Jeanne Charlotte Vogt

Artistic Director, Festival Director, Team Digitale Welten

Artistic Director NODE, Curator

Frankfurt & Hamburg, DE

Jeanne is a dramaturge, curator and cultural producer. Since 2017, she is the artistic and managing director of NODE. Trained in management theory, working in arts and culture, she embodies the multidisciplinary perspective in the team. Her projects are working at the intersection between the digital arts, performance and technology, always aiming at spreading the means for the critical reflection and application of technology.


In 2017, Jeanne has initiated the teens educational program at NODE called Digitale Welten. Representing NODE and the digital arts perspective, Jeanne is working as a dramaturge at Künstler*innenhaus Mousonturm developing the project METAhub in partnership with Archäologisches Museum and Jewish Museum Frankfurt as well as NODE.

As a dramaturge, she is working with different artists realizing projects at Kampnagel Hamburg, Gare du Nord Basel, Radialsystem Berlin and others. Together with the music theater director Benjamin van Bebber, the composer-performer Leo Hofmann and the dramaturge Franziska Henschel, she has initiated the project [in]operabilities investigating the means and aesthetics of access in music theatre and opera and exploring the means for multi-sensual music making.

From 2013-2018, she has been an associated curator with Motion Bank (founded by The Forsythe Company), a project investigating the role of technology and coding practices in the field of contemporary dance and choreography. Her main project was the Choreographic Coding Lab series. As a curatorial team, Jeanne and Alexandra initiate projects that are located at the intersection between the arts and technology such as “A/D/A Tomorrow’s Utopia’s for Today’s Citizens” in Hamburg, a workshop festival on the digitization of urban space. In 2015, they have founded the Creative Technologies Meetup in Hamburg which is currently running in collaboration with Fab Lab Fabulous St. Pauli, Kampnagel and Deichtorhallen.

In 2010, she graduated in business administration, intercultural management and economics at Friedrich-Schiller University Jena and Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Italy. From 2010-2013, Jeanne has been working as a researcher on cultural economics and consulting cultural organizations within the EU-funded regional development project „Innovation Incubator“ at Leuphana University Lüneburg. Jeanne has been teaching a. o. at Leuphana and, in Summer 2016, in the global Goethe Institut online course “Managing the Arts in Times of Transition”.



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