Neele Marie Denker (M.A.) is a spatial designer and curator, focusing on exhibition projects in physical and digital space. Her curatorial and spatial practice is always born from intense collaboration. The artistic direction of the graduation show 2020 of the Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design was her curatorial grounding for further works with artist groups, designers, and institutions, such as the Museum Ulm, IMAGINE THE CITY, nextmuseum.io, and the Reykjavík Art Museum. Since then, she moves between project coordination, production, design, and strategic conception of exhibitions. She recently graduated with distinction from the Department of Spatial Strategies, with a research focus in curatorial hospitality. Currently, she is a research associate at Muthesius University, coordinating the university's first postgraduate Sustainability Design Lab. Since 2020 she has been a member of INTER-. After an internship at Ellen Blumenstein's cultural program IMAGINE THE CITY, she studied Curatorial Practice at Iceland University of the Arts. As an initiator and coordinator of various projects, her communication tools are multi-disciplinary including the exhibition, the editorial, and the public conversation, to name a few.