Julie Robiolle, Curator
Julie Robiolle (born 1996 in Saint-German-en-Laye, lives and works in Geneva) studied visual arts and spatial installation at the Haute Ecole d’Art du Rhin-Le Plateau (Mulhouse), before completing the CCC Research-Based Master Programme in curatorial and critical studies at the Haute Ecole d’Art et de Design (HEAD, Geneva). In 2019 she co-curated Many Voices of les indiennes, a research-exhibition studying the colonial visual culture of the appropriated Coromandel Coast fabrics as infrastructure of the century-long formation of racial capitalism. Recently she co-curated a plotless horror movie as part of the Residence NRW+ fellowship (Museum Kurhaus Kleve). She is the curator of the ongoing project Playground (Geneva, since 2019), an exhibition, workshop and performance programme exploring the case of ruderal plants and their involvement in social development, as well as founder and co-editor of the Playground Platform, a collaborative online publication platform focusing on minor resistance.