CuMMA Disputes is a forum publishing short texts about current topics in art and politics. It functions as a space for offsetting new discussions and for reflection on issues that require further unpacking. It is dedicated to intersections between curatorial debates, cultural policies and aesthetic, activist and/or theoretical questions. Texts are published sporadically, according to when a topic or a debate seems urgent.
Luisa Ziaja is the External Advisor for the CuMMA Disputes.
Luisa Ziaja is an art historian and curator for contemporary art at the Belvedere/21er Haus in Vienna. Prior to this she curated numerous independent exhibition projects that addressed the relationship between contemporary art, society, and contemporary history. She has been co-director of the postgraduate program in exhibition theory and practice /ecm at University of Applied Arts Vienna since 2006. She was a lecturer at Zurich University of the Arts, Technical University Vienna, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and Vienna Art School. She is on the board of schnittpunkt – exhibition theory & practice, and regularly publishes in catalogs, anthologies, and magazines on contemporary art and curating, art and exhibition theory.