Aim Pé aka Marie-Pierre Poulin has been director of the library for the Goethe-Institut Montreal since 2011. She developed an interest in street art in 2014 and has been seeking more and more art on the streets since then. Her other interests include foodism, languages, travel and bunnies. Follow her on Instagram @aim_pe
Librarian at the Goethe-Institut Mexico from 2010 to 2017, where she catalogued books, gave advice and organized events. Trained art historian who likes to take a stroll, passionate mother, biker and cook, if necessary. She is interested in kids- and youth literature as well as nonfiction.
© Luna Park
Katherine “Luna Park” Lorimer is a Brooklyn-based graffiti and street art enthusiast, photographer, curator, librarian, as well as the author of (Un)Sanctioned: The Art on New York Streets. She has worked as a librarian at the Goethe-Institut New York since 2002. Since 2005, she has spent her free time exploring New York City in search of art in unexpected locations.
Sarah is based in Berlin and currently interns at the Goethe-Institut in Washington, D.C. She studied North American Studies in Berlin and Atlanta and loves exploring art in public spaces.
Originally from Germany, Lord Jim aka Stefan Kloo lives with his beloved wife and two champion sons in Los Angeles, where he also does the most damage. His photos and musings have been published in numerous books and articles.
© Michelle Kay
Michelle Kay is a writer, editor and runner in Toronto. She has been the librarian and online editor at the Goethe-Institut Toronto since 2012. When she's not running, she's exploring the city on two wheels and snapping photos of her findings. Follow her on Instagram @yo_mk.