Jury and Cooperation Partner

Exil heute – künstlerische Produktionsresidenzen ist ein gemeinsames Projekt von Kampnagel und Körber-Stiftung. Foto: Anja Beutler

The decision on funding is made by a jury of five, consisting of two representatives each from Kampnagel and the Körber Stiftung, as well as an external person with expertise in the field of exile from the arts and culture. The juror for 2022 will again be the author Ronya Othmann.

In 2021, Ronya Othmann assumed this role. She is an author and journalist with Kurdish-Jesidic and German roots. She writes for the taz, Der Spiegel and Zeit Online, among others. Her work has won several awards, including the Audience Award of the Ingeborg Bachmann Competition. In 2020, Othmann received the Mara Cassens Prize for her debut novel "Die Sommer." The author also organized the Kurdish Film Festival in Leipzig in 2015 and sat on the jury of the International Film Festival in Duhok, Kurdistan, Iraq.

Jury 2023

Corinna Humuza
Artistic Collaboration (Co-Curator/Dramaturgy), International Summer Festival Kampnagel

Uta Lambertz
Dramaturgy and Strategic Collaborations, Kampnagel

Stephanie Lubbe
Programme Director Theatre and Music Theatre, Körber-Stiftung

Ronya Othmann
Author

Dr. Sonja Wimschulte
Programme Director Exile, Körber-Stiftung

Jury 2022

Lena Kollender
Artistic Collaboration (Co-Curator/Dramaturgy), International Summer Festival Kampnagel

Uta Lambertz
Dramaturgy and Strategic Collaborations, Kampnagel

Stephanie Lubbe
Programme Director Theatre and Music Theatre, Körber-Stiftung

Ronya Othmann
Author

Hilary Schmalbach
Programme Manager Exile, Körber-Stiftung

Jury 2021

Ewelina Benbenek
Theatrical writer

Lena Kollender
Artistic Collaboration (Co-Curator/Dramaturgy), International Summer Festival Kampnagel

Uta Lambertz
Dramaturgy and Strategic Collaborations, Kampnagel

Stephanie Lubbe
Programme Director Theatre and Music Theatre, Körber-Stiftung

Theresa Schneider
Programme Director Exile, Körber-Stiftung

Cooperation Partner

Kampnagel Hamburg is a world-renowned international production house that presents contemporary performing arts, concerts, conferences and a variety of different festivals, spanning a wide range of sociocultural issues. Upon its six different stages, Kampnagel Hamburg showcases the work of international artists as well as that of the local Hamburg scene. The artistic programme represents a broad spectrum of aesthetic positions and pioneering trends in theatre, dance, performance, music, visual arts and architecture. With »Migrantpolitan«, Kampnagel Hamburg has created a space of artistic activity for, by and with artists in exile and thus enabled them to practice artistic and cultural self-determination at this very venue. The artists in exile have been introduced to professional artistic work within the independent scene. Examples of artistic stage productions on the subject of exile are numerous and range from international artists to local actors in diaspora.