Marko Lulic, born in 1972 in Vienna, is a Vienna-based artist, whose work is concerned with the intersection of art, architecture, ideology, and aesthetics. In recent years, he has also curated several exhibitions at the Secession (Vienna, Austria), the Siemens Arts Program, the Museum of Contemporary Art (Belgrade, Serbia), and for Gabriele Senn Gallery (Vienna, Austria). He has shown in The Authors institutions like Storefront for Art and Architecture (New York City, USA), MSUB – Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade (Belgrade, Serbia), Witte de With – Center for Contemporary Art (Rotterdam, Netherlands), 21er Haus (Vienna, Austria), Lentos Art Museum (Linz, Austria), Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna, Austria), MSU – Museum of Contemporary Art (Zagreb, Croatia), MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art (Vienna, Austria), Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen (St. Gallen, Switzerland), and FKV – Frankfurter Kunstverein (Frankfurt, Germany). His work was also included in The Biennale of Sydney (Sydney, Australia), the 12th Swiss Sculpture Exhibition (Biel/Bienne, Switzerland), the October Salon (Belgrade, Serbia), and the Chicago Architecture Biennial (Chicago, USA).
Christine Moser is director of the Austrian Cultural Forum New York with its contemporary programming across all disciplines. A leading Austrian diplomat, her previous postings include Austrian ambassador to the Organization for Security and Development in Europe, deputy chief of the Austrian embassy in Paris as well as assignments in the fields of European integration and human rights. She first got to know New York City and New England during her studies as a Fulbright scholar at Smith College, Massachusetts.