Since January 2018, Nanne Buurman is research associate for documenta- and Exhibition Studies in the department of Art History and Theory at the Kunsthochschule Kassel (School of Art and Design Kassel). After completing her studies in Leipzig she was awarded a doctoral scholarship by the German Research Foundation to pursue her dissertation as a member of the International Research Training Group InterArt at the Freie Universität Berlin and as a visiting scholar at Goldsmiths College in London. She worked as a lecturer at the universities of Leipzig and Hildesheim and has been involved in numerous art mediation, exhibition, and publication projects. Buurman’s research and publications focus on curatorial practices, gender, work, and globalization in the contemporary art field. She co-edited documenta. Curating the History of the Present (2017) and Situating Global Art. Temporalities – Topologies – Trajectories (2018).