Bettina Pelz is a curator, researcher, and academic teacher based in Wetter/Ruhr and in Tunis.


Over the last twenty-five years, her curatorial work is dedicated to art-in-context projects. Her transdisciplinary projects are hosted at art institutions and in public space, in postindustrial ensembles and cultural heritage environments. She has been the founding curators of several sustainable art projects in Europe and Africa. Internationally she has been involved in projects in Belgium, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Italy, Mali, Mexico, The Netherlands, North-Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Senegal, Serbia, Singapore, Slovenia, South-Africa, Switzerland and Tunisia. In tandem with Aymen Gharbi, she directs INTERFERENCE and SEE DJERBA Houmt since 2016.

TASAWAR Curatorial Studios

Since 2019, she directs the post-graduate cuartorial study program hosted the GOEHTE-INSTITUTE Tunis.



Malika Hagemann