Pascale Speck conceptualises, curates and moderates events, panel discussions and podcasts. She is ETH Zurich Alumna and pursues a second degree at ZHdK. With her sharp mind, her creativity and emotional intelligence she sensitively combines and creates the big picture. Speaking several languages, she leads discussions eloquently and beyond disciplinary borders.
Fluent in English, Swiss German, German, and French.
Conducting a cooperative art project together with welfare recipients of the city of Zurich debating what "chances" mean to us. Over several months, we investigate this theme through performative art practices. A public art exhibition at Karl*a Debattierhaus concludes the project.
Innovating and intitiating the podcast project for the Swiss Study Foundation. Conceptualising and moderating the first episode with National Councillor Balthasar Glättli.
Intercultural art project investigating cultural commonalities and differences in how art is viewed and taught in Georgia and Switzerland. Exploring opportunities in how artistic practices can promote conflict mediation and peacebuilding.
Creation of an individual art project during the Biennale investigating the theme “Learning from the Earth”
Creation and public exhibition of speculative design concepts investigating the relationship between human beings and animals
Public Solo-Exhibition and Vernissage of uniquely created text image combinations
Curation and moderation of the public panel discussion about the latest scientific research regarding the gender gap in STEM and about necessary and sensible solutions to increase the diversity in that field
Curation, organisation and moderation of several weekend courses over 8 months instructing participants about the world of diplomacy and inner workings of the UN. Individual coaching of participants before and during the final international conference week (NMUN) held in person in New York City, USA.
The Werner Siemens Foundation awards 10 annual grants for outstanding students in the STEM fields. The recipients of the Werner Siemens Fellowships not only excel in their discipline - they are also committed citizens with an interest in key societal issues that emerge from their area of expertise.
Curation, organisation and moderation of several weekend courses over 8 months instructing participants about the world of diplomacy and inner workings of the UN. Individual coaching of participants before and during the final international conference week (NMUN) held online/as Swiss delegation in person in Bergün, CH.
Curation of the exhibition, moderation of the panel discussion and organisation of the overall event discussing the technology-art interface with works and the presence of artist Aparna Rao.