After studying literature in the Ruhr area, Linda has been deeply immersed in the Berlin event and festival scene since 2014, exploring digital art, net politics and youth culture. For TINCON, she spent two years looking through the internet as program director, worked at 12 stages simultaneously for re:publica, and as event director for the German government's Competence Center for Cultural and Creative Industries, she developed experiential and exchange formats that moved people towards creative innovation. Since 2022, she has worked as a freelance curator and event manager and is, among other things, the program director for NEW NOW, the Festival for Digital Arts, and focuses on Hypernatural Forces - the forces between nature and digitality. As an urban practitioner, she has discovered her love for unused places in the middle of the city: closed gas stations, locked gambling houses or overgrown ship docks. Let's talk about concepts of interim use - intersectional and multi-perspectival!
Linda Dudacy advises as a mentor the curatorial research of TURN2 Resident Sibongile Oageng Msimango at ZK/U Berlin.