The FATart team


Ursina Gabriela Roesch (she/her)

Co-founder, President, Project manager


The former function of the artist Ursina Gabriela Roesch as curator for the women power exhibition “144 Zurich artists in Zurich” in 2016 is inspiring and formative for the commitment to FATart. The exhibition showed how present, but still extraordinary, the topic of women is in art. From the opening speech by Bice Curiger, former curator of the Kunsthaus Zürich:

"(...) We owe this lush and finely ramified overview to Ursina Gabriela Roesch, who has taken care of the organization and selection of the works with great dedication over the past four months (without salary) - she deserves applause."

She directs her focus on works of art and communication-oriented projects and assignments. See .

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Mark Damon Harvey (er)
Co-founder, expert intersectionality


As an artist, teacher and organizational developer, he works as an expert and intersectionality at FATart. He leads workshops, which thematically range from dealing with prejudices, from integration strategies to men's work. The consideration of these topics is part of the expanded focus of FATart. He teaches the short workshop “Practical Allyship: More than anti-racism” weekly in the Zurich KOSMOS book salon as well as various day workshops, for example in the Zurich anvil ramp. The common denominator in his career and in his functions in FAT is black and afro-feminism and the search for collaborations across cultural and gender-related barriers. Connected to this are his creative activities as a musician, cult jewelry and land art designer (Edible Landscapes). See


Pauline Della Bianca (she/her)

Curatorial Director, Project Coordinator

After a bachelor's degree in art history and philosophy at the University of Freiburg

(CH), Pauline Della Bianca continued her studies with a Master in Visual Culture at

University College London. She specialized in studying European

feminist art practices. Back in Switzerland, Pauline has Della Bianca at FATart

found a work environment that fully corresponds to her political values. Besides

She actively contributes her expertise as an art historian to the curatorial management.

With heart and blood, she has made it her business to get artists the attention they deserve.

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Noëlle Berger (she/her)



Noëlle Berger, Noëlle Berg (artist name) is a versatile artist who works with various media. The newcomer in art works in the background at FATart: proofreading, baking, correcting, listening, writing, suggesting, participating and discussing with unbelievable seriousness paired with humor.


Lukas Jäger (he/his)

Graphic designer


He is a trained printing technologist and studied visual communication at the University of Art and Design in Basel. Lukas has been responsible for the graphic implementation at FATart since the beginning and is responsible for ensuring that all printed products are presented in a uniform appearance.



Ladina Gianom (she/her)



Ladina is a cultural and social scientist and is currently completing further training as a certified online marketing manager NDS HF. Together with Pauline she manages the FATart website. 



Lyn Bentschik (they/them)

Lyn Bentschik works with dance, choreography, performance and mixed media collaborations. Lyn supports FATart by proofreading and correcting texts or providing feedback from the artist's perspective.



Helen Follert (she)

Helen is an artist, has a diploma in fine arts / performance and a postgraduate degree in contemporary ceramics. She currently lives in Zurich and is doing further training as a somatic movement therapist. It supports FATart in administrative tasks.


Gudrun Kruse (she/her)

Gudrung met Ursina in an accounting course and that's how she joined FATart! The full-time mother of three children finds a great balance in her everyday life by working for FATart. She also finds it exciting to come into contact with art and to be able to exchange ideas with so many great people. Gudrun supports FATart with the bookkeeping of the association.



Maja Renfer (she)
Curatorial Assistant

Maja studies Culture, Criticism & Curation in London.

She became interested in art at an early age, but has always been disappointed when the number of female artists and FLINT in art exhibitions can be counted on one hand. She joined FATart in summer 2021 to support socially committed curation work, which represents an essential step towards an inclusive art world.


irem güngez (she/her)

Irem is an artist and photographer. She originally comes from Istanbul and is based in Zurich. She supports FATart with photography and video documentation.

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