Regine Rapp is an art historian and curator, with specific research interest in installation art, artist books and art & science collaborations. She is co-director of Art Laboratory Berlin (ALB), co-founded in 2006, and has curated over 30 shows, published several books and developed international conferences: Sol LeWitt_Symposium (2011), Synaesthesia. Discussing a phenomenon in the arts, humanities and (neuro-)science (2013). Her new publication [macro]biologies & [micro]biologies. Art and the Biological Sublime in the 21st Century (2015) reflects theoretically on ALB’s program between 2013-15.
Art Laboratory Berlin was founded in Autumn 2006 by an international team of art historians and artists. As a non-commercial art space, it was established as a platform for interdisciplinary exhibition projects in an international context. Its main focus is the presentation of contemporary art at the meeting point of art, science, and technology.