Corinna Schneider & Yannik Herter

Corinna Schneider (b. 1989, Saarbruecken) started studying Communication Design at the School of Fine Arts Saar in 2009. In 2013, she received a TDC Certificate of Typographic Excellence for her work on the fanzine All The Small Things with students of the typography class and with Art Director Patrick Bittner. She graduated in Communication Design in 2014. She works as independent curator for the Walter Bernstein Foundation and was part of the curatorial team of the exhibition Schacht und Heim at the German Newspaper Museum in 2017. In 2018 she received a degree in Curatorial Studies. Corinna’s work explores conceptual publications, equal print or web, typographic experiments and photography.

Yannik Herter (b. 1990, Saarbruecken) grew up between France and Germany. In 2009 he moved to Berlin to concentrate on his work in public spaces. In 2011 he started his studies in Fine Arts at the School of Fine Arts Saar. His work deals with public spaces, spaces outside of society, transformation, the phenomenology of nature, symbiotic organisms and their characteristics, the perception of inner situations and social phenomena. He received his degree in Fine Arts in 2018 and is currently based in Saarbruecken.