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Jury members 2010

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Bart Brands

Bart Brands (NL)

Bart Brands founded the landscape design practice Karres en Brands in Hilversum, The Netherlands, with Sylvia Karres in 1997. They were awarded the European Landscape Award by Topos, the international review of landscape architecture, for their projects and working methods in 2004. Bart Brands is an adjunct professor at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia.

Andrea Cejka

Andrea Cejka (A/CH/D)

Andrea Cejka has worked as a self-employed landscape architect in Vienna and in the Austrian province of Burgenland since 1993, and has been a member of the joint venture hutterreimann+cejka landschaftsarchitektur, Berlin and Vienna, since 2001. In 2004, she was appointed professor of landscape architecture and design at HSR Rapperswil, Switzerland. Andrea Cejka studied landscape architecture in Vienna and Berlin.

Xavier Perrot

Xavier Perrot (F/USA)

Xavier Perrot is a partner in the office cao | perrot studio, Paris and Los Angeles. He studied landscape design at the Saint-Ilan School in Brittany and at the “Conservatoire international des parcs et jardins et du paysage“ in Chaumont-sur-Loire. He is a 2007-2008 laureate of the “Nouveaux albums des jeunes paysagistes” awarded by the French ministry of culture.

Neil Porter

Neil Porter (GB/USA)

Neil Porter founded the landscape design practice Gustafson Porter with Kathryn Gustafson in 1997. He studied architecture in Newcastle and at the Architectural Association in London, where he also taught after completing his studies. He has worked for a number of renowned architects, including work for Bernard Tschumi on the Parc de la Villette in Paris, where he first met Kathryn Gustafson.

Judith Wieser-Huber

Judith Wieser-Huber (A)

Judith Wieser-Huber is an event organizer and curator based in Vienna. She has been working in the film industry since 1988 and founded After Image Productions, a cultural events office, in 1996. She has explored the subject of gardens in film since 2001 and has worked as an advisor on dramaturgy in documentary films since 2002. Judith Wieser-Huber teaches at the Institute of Culture Management in Vienna.

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