Writer and curator
Based between Venice and Graz, Ameli Klein is working as a writer and curator.
She has been a visiting lecturer at the IZK Institute for Contemporary Art of the TU Graz, at COOP of the Roaming Academy of the Dutch Art Institute, a visiting critic at the Design Department of the Royal Academy London and is currently working at the DFG project The dimensions of techne in the fine arts (manifestations / systems / narratives) at the University of Graz. Ameli was an EPIC Fellow at the AAMC Engagement Program for International Curators with Terra Foundation and Art Fund_ and has been invited to participate in the Anthropocene Campus Venice by the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science and the HKW.
Ameli frequently organises exhibition and programming formats, past collaborations include e-flux Screening Room, ACFNY, Drugo More, and Stellwerk Kassel. Previously, she was a Curator in Residence at the SCL, Shanghai Biennial, the V-A-C Curatorial Lab Venice and at Artpace San Antonio. She has held positions at the HALLE FUER KUNST Steiermark and Castello di Potentino, and has worked at Il Giardino di Daniel Spoerri, the Hood Museum of Art, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and at La Biennale di Venezia.