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The Büro für Soziokultur is a creative space for culture projects. We are cultural workers in the fields of film, video art, theatre and visual art.

Our work approach is guided by the idea of a deep and sustainable implementation of culture into social processes. What does that mean? We are developing intelligent concepts based on a thorough research of the conrete circumstances. In doing so, we combine sociocultural expertise with profound cultural-pedagogical experience.

We conceive and realise workshops, media projects and events throughout Europe. We consult cultural institutions. One of our main working areas consists in developing individual concepts for optimising communal and regional development processes and citizen participations.

We are working with an extensive network of artists, teachers and trainers. We take care of the project management on site and, if necessary, advise in all questions relating to public relations and all further exploitation of the project outcome.

The Team...

Thomas R. Huber (Dr.phil)

Art historian and cultural scientist, curator,
promoter and publicist, Schwäbisch Hall

In the 1990s I worked as critic for several international newspapers and magazines and as curator. From 1999 to 2003 I ran a gallery for contemporary art in Munich. The focus of my interest is on culture projects outside the traditional institutions.

For instance, I have realised a big art exhibition in the public space of the Munich Olympic Parc (2003) and a very unconventional documentation of the European Parliament in Brussels, Strasbourg and Luxembourg (2007-2010).

Since 2005 I am working voluntarily in the organisation of a culture festival in southwest Germany. link

In 2008 I have published together with Mariott Stollsteiner a book on the potential of artistic intervention in business. link

In 2013 I have published a scientific study on art as a space for experience of the Other. link

Currently I am working on serveral culture projects in the subject area of diversity, transcultural communication and participation.


Karina Smigla-Bobinski

Media artist, Munich

International art exhibitions, e.g. Venice Art Biennale
Video art for international theatre productions.
various teaching assignments, e.g. University of Applied Sciences Augsburg
Long-term work as coach in creativity workshops for business companies


Götz Lilienfein

Director, DOKTUBE, Berlin

Filmuniversität Babelsberg
Lecturer on documentary film,
Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf;
documentary films for ZDF, 3sat, rbb;
documentary and image films for Unesco,Senat Berlin, Jüdisches Museum Berlin;
Various video workshops with young people for communal and state institutions.