“There is nothing more human than art. If art were not human, it would not be art. But not everything is art, is it? That is why the question of the quality and the mediation of art is much particularly exciting, since the focus is on its nature, and thus a meaningful thematic confrontation is made possible.”
Marcel Hörler is a freelance curator. His curatorial practice is characterized by a collaborative approach and lives from uncomfortable to sometimes bulky circumstances. Accordingly, he realizes his projects outside of conventional and established exhibition spaces. He is driven by his attraction to the (in)human and his interest in cultural practices. Marcel Hörler holds a bachelor's degree in social work with a specialization in Socioculture from the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, and is studying for a Master of Art Education Curatorial Studies at the Zurich University of the Arts.