HEFT (Ina Römling, Torben Körschkes)

HEFT was initiated by Ina Römling and Torben Körschkes in March 2016 as a project space for reflections and debates addressing the city. We organize and curate readings, discussions, exhibitions, screenings and music events, all orbiting questions of the urban. HEFT also built up a collection of independent magazines and zines from very diverse authors from around the world. These magazines come together in a dynamic and growing archive and should be understood as working material.

Ina Römling, born 1989 in Recklinghausen, Germany, studied Communication Design at Folkwang Udk in Essen. Besides her Master in Experimental Design at HFBK Hamburg and freelance jobs, she taught at HCU Hamburg. For her BA in, with and about a neighbourhood in the city of Essen she was funded by the Bureau for Culture of the city of Essen. Neighbourhood patterns, exchange and urban structures are core subjects in her work. Ina is co-founder of the project group HEFT and one of the initiators of the project »Mikropol«, which got promoted by the Hamburg Board of Culture and Media in 2018. Living and working in Hamburg.

 

 

Torben Körschkes, born 1990 in Haan, Germany, 2014 BA Industrial Design at Folkwang UdK in Essen, 2018 MFA Experimental Design at HFBK Hamburg with Jesko Fezer and Friedrich von Borries. He worked i.a. at Atelier Kaspar Hamacher in Belgium and Studio Miessen in Berlin. Torben is co-founder of the project group HEFT and one of the initiators of the project »Mikropol«, which got promoted by the Hamburg Board of Culture and Media in 2018. In his work, he focuses on dialogical structures in political and social spaces. Living and working in Hamburg.