PhD Candidates – Peer Reviewed Activities & Invitations
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Prof. Giaco Schiesser

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>>PhD Candidates – Peer Reviewed Activities & Invitations

2020

  • Viviana Gonzalez: One out of three speakers in the lab Archive neu denken – über verlorenes Wissen, imaginierte Institutionen und historiographische Lücken. The lab was part of the symposium Late Summer Research – Labore kollaborativer künstlerischer Forschung, organized by Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, Stuttgart/Germany, Sep 24-25, 2020.
  • Viviana Gonzalez: Online workshop Cartografías y paisajes experimentales, organized by Banco de la República, Agencia Cultural, Ipiales/Colombia, Oct 28-30, 2020.
  • Vivana Gonzalez: Movement Landscapes at Jahresausstellung, organized by Kunstraum Baden, Baden/Switzerland.
  • Melanie Mohren / Bernhard Herbordt: How To Do Things With Institutions? – On An-Archiving, Dis-Placing and Re-Scaling. In: MaHKUscript: Journal of Fine Art Research, 4 (After the Research Turn)/ 2020.
  • Melanie Mohren / Bernhard Herbordt: Dramaturgie als gesellschaftliches Handeln. In: Deck, Jan/ Umathum,Sandra (Hg.): Postdramaturgien. Berlin: Neofelis, 2020, S. 97-111.
  • Melanie Mohren / Bernhard Herbordt: Zwischen Bühne und Dorfplatz – 10 Strategien zur performativen Aktivierung öffentlicher Räume. Vortrag und Panel. Symposium Shape your City / Share your City, organized by Akademie Schloss Solitude u.a., Stuttgart/Germany, 23.7.2020.
  • Melanie Mohren / Bernhard Herbordt (together with Astrid S.):
    By invitation of Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart: Organization of the  initial event – Late Summer Research – Labore kollaborativer künstlerischer Forschung –  of the regional group Baden-Württemberg of the Society for Artistic Research in Germany (GKFD), Stuttgart/Germany, Sep 24-25, 2020.
  • Melanie Mohren / Bernhard Herbordt, Laura von Niederhäusern, Kai Ziegner: Presentation and discussion of their respective PhD + heading a one week research lab each of them at Bucharest Biennale, curated by Henk Slager, Bucharest/Romania, May 28 – June 8, 2020. (The Biennale was postponed to 2021, du to the Corona pandemy)
  • Laetitia Morais: Abul-Simbel. In: o palhinhas (www.opalhinhas.pt), online journal), May 2020 (printed version: November 2020)
  • Laetitia Morais: As Sukar (exhibition, residency, programme), by invitation by the Gallery Porta 33, Funchal, Madeira Island/Portugal. (Postponed to 2021, due to the Corona pandemy).
  • Laetitia Morais: Songs and Traces with the Lenght of an Ocean (project). Film project to be realized as winner of a film project prize, organized and granted by by the City Hall of Porto/Portugal. (Realisation postponed to 2021, due to the Corona Pandemy)
  • Eirini Sourgiadaki (together with Ioannis Bardakos, PhD Candidate University Paris 8 & Athens School of Fine Arts): Deconstructing the isolated artist-astronaut paradigm. Transdisciplinary Project at the conference Taboo – Transgression – Transcendence in Art & Science’, organized by University of Applied Arts Vienna/ Austria, Nov 6-28, 2020.
  • Eirini Sourgiadaki ( together with Anna Rubi): Welcome on board. Performance at the CAFe Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival, jointly presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre, Trafó House of Contemporary Arts and MyMuseum Gallery. Budapest, Oct 16-18, 2020.
  •  Laura von Niederhäusern: Solo exhibition Face No Dial of A Clock [topic of the PhD] at Kulturfolger, Zurich/Switzerland, Nov 12-29, 2020.
  • Laura von Niederhäusern: Exploring Asynchronic Experiences – Seven Motifs: A Zettelkasten as (Filmic) Research Method. In: MaHKUscript. Journal of Fine Art Research, 4 (After the Research Turn)/2020.
  • Laura von Niederhäusern: Exploring Asynchronic Experiences in Four Experimental Settings: PhD-project presentation, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, May 7, 2020
  • Laura von Niederhäusern: Investigating Asynchronic Experiences by means of the Zettelkasten. PhD-project presentation, ZHdK / Institute for Perfoming Arts and Film, IPF, seminar Strategies of artistic research in the performing arts, August 31, 2020.
  • Kai Ziegner: Presentation and discussion of the PhD A History of Violence at 11th SAR Conference on Artistic Research: Crisis collective!, organized by Society for Artistic Research, SAR, and University of Bergen / Faculty of Fine Art, Design and Music, Bergen/Norway, March 25-27 2020. (Conference was cancelled, due to the Corona pandemic)
  • Kai Ziegner: Presentation and discussion of the PhD A History of Violence at the symposium Prisms of Silence, organized by the Art Academy Estland (EKA), Tallin/Estland, Feb 21-22, 2020.
  • Kai Ziegner: Publication excerpt of the PhD A History of Violence published under the same title in: MaHKUscript. Journal of Fine Art Research, 4 (After the Research Turn)/2020.

2021

  • Viviana Gonzalez: Exhibition at the Gluri Suter Huus gallery, Wettingen/Switzerland (will open Feb 21, 2021)
  • Sasha Huber (together with Faith Mkwesha): Rethinking design: A dialogue on anti-racism and art activism from a decolonial perspective. In: Feminisms in the Nordic Region: Neoliberalism, Nationalism and Decolonial Critique, eds. Keskinen, Suvi, Stoltz, Pauline, Mulinari, Diana. London: Palgrave Macmillan 2021.
  • Sasha Huber (together with Petti Saariko): Yhteisöllisen tilan syntyvaiheita Helsingin Kalliossa. In: Marginaaleista museoihin, ed. ?. Turku: Turku University Press, 2021.
  • Sasha Huber (together with Temi Odumosu): Shooting Back, Speaking Forward: Decolonising strategies in the work of Sasha Huber. In: Visual Activism in the 21st Century: change and resistance in an uncertain world, eds. D. White and S. Hartle. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University 2021.
  • Melanie Mohren / Bernhard Herbordt, Laura von Niederhäusern, Kai Ziegner: Presentation and discussion of their respective PhDs + heading a one week research lab each of them at Bucharest Biennale, curated by Henk Slager, Bucharest/Romania, May, 2021.
  • Eirini Sourgiadaki (together with Ioannis Bardakos, PhD Candidate, University Paris 8 & Athens School of Fine Arts): Deconstructing the isolated artist-astronaut paradigm. In: Technoetic Arts Journal 19 (1)/2021.
  • Kai Ziegner (alumnus): Presentation and discussion of the PhD Eine Geschichte der Gewalt. Photographieren und Schreiben als Erfahrung, Experiment und Erkenntnis (A History of Violence. Photography and Writing as an Experience, Experiment and Insight) at the triannual International Conference IPVI: Interpersonal Violence Interventions – Social and Cultural Perspectives, University of Jyväskylä /Finland, June 10-12, 2021.
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