President of the Academy of Fine Arts in Hamburg (1989—2001) and Senator for Science, Research and Culture of the State of Berlin (2001/02), Adrienne Goehler currently works as a freelance curator, publicist, lecturer and moderator, she is one of the theorists of the international movement for a ‚basic income grant‘. Her curatorial work includes the guidance of the ‚Capital Cultural Fund‘ (2002—2006), ‚Art goes Heiligendamm,‘ an art intervention during the G8 Summit, Rostock (2007), ‚Radius, research based art‘ part I. II. (2008/09) and (2011), ‘examples to follow! expeditions in aesthetics and sustainability‘ |since 2010 worldwide touring|, ‚Wall on Wall‘, photographs of Kai Wiedenhöfer, Berlin (2013), Mexico City (2016). She has published ‘Verflüssigungen‘, Liquifications (2006), ‚1000 € for Everyone, Liberty, Equality, Basic Income Grant‘ (2010)‚ Conceptual Thoughts on a Fund for Aesthetics and Sustainability (2012) and countless articles.