Vesselroom Project is an independently run art space based on a post-commercial basis in the transnational centre of Berlin, Kottbusser Tor. With a combination of commercial and non-commercial, formal and informal, renowned and unknown artists and exhibitions, this art space aims to become a meeting point for artists, practitioners and visitors.

Vesselroom Project is a dynamic platform that wants to support artistic production in its many ways, offering a program based on four pillars:

/ Vesselroom Guest are a series of exhibitions where artists encounter. Kottbusser Tor is their meeting point and Vesselroom is the place open to exploration of new media, investigation of theoretical discourses and observation of current trends.

/ Vesselroom Specific offers the possibility to artists to create a unique and temporary piece for the space. All media are welcomed, all possibilities are open. Experimentation and investigation are at the core of this program, that aims to expand exhibition space limits and test new participatory models.

/ Vesselroom Video transforms the exhibition space into a cinema. A selection of video art pieces are displayed, looking into the current and past directions of this media, opening a dialogue between practitioners and enthusiasts.

/ Vesselroom Library is an ongoing project established through the collaboration with diverse visual artists, zine-makers and independent publishing houses.

Maycec is a French photographer, self-publisher and graphic designer based in Berlin. She is part of different photo and fanzine projects in Europe, co-founder and responsible for Vesselroom Project design. She is also co-curator of 75 g/m2, photocopy exhibition in Berlin.

Bárbara Cueto is an independent curator and writer. She lives between Berlin and Amsterdam, working in several off-spaces and developing parallel projects. She is co-founder of Vesselroom Project, currently co-curator of Impakt Festival 2016 and Visiting Professor at the HKU in Utrecht.

Cristina Moreno García is a Spanish visual artist and cultural manager who lives and works in Berlin. She is co-founder and managing director of Vesselroom Project and cultural manager for the non for profit association Friends of Spain e.V.

Francesca La Vigna is an Italian cultural manager and translator based in Berlin. She took part in several international projects and coordinated the Berlin edition of the "I,CULTURE – Contemporary Craft Workshop", part of the cultural program of the Polish EU Presidency (2011).

Carolina Jiménez is a Spanish independent curator based in Berlin. In 2012 she was selected to participate in the Residency Program at the Node Center for Curatorial Studies. This year (2016) she has been awarded with the Inéditos exhibition at La Casa Encendida in Madrid.

Sarah Johanna Theurer is a writer and researcher from Berlin. She is currently working as program manager at transmediale, an annual festival concerning the role of digital technologies in contemporary society.

Manuela Morales is a Chilean artist and independent curator based in Berlin since 2014. Since then, she co-founded and curated 'Espacio Falso' project space in Chile and organized cultural exchanges under the same program between Santiago and Berlin.