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Kati Simon is a project manager and independent curator. She has organized numerous gallery and museum exhibitions as well as contemporary art projects for various art institutions. 2009–13 she was head of exhibition at Ludwig Museum, Budapest, and 2006–09 project manager at Műcsarnok / Kunsthalle Budapest. As grant recipient of KulturKontakt Austria she worked at Kunsthalle Wien, and with the IFA Rave Scholarship at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum for Contemporary Art, Berlin. Her curatorial practice has included solo and thematic group exhibitions with an interest in socio-political issues. Since 2016, she has been working as a project manager with the artist, photographer and filmmaker Armin Linke. She is co-author of the video work “Die Insel” (2017, with Zsolt Vásárhelyi). She is co-founder of the Berlin-based association Critique & Culture e.V.