Research Week 2020

Research Week 2020
October 20–22, 2020
at  Zentrum Fokus Forschung (Rustenschacherallee 2–4, 1020 Vienna)

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The research week is an opportunity offered for researchers in the institutional environment of the Angewandte to present research projects and activities into a context of dialogue and to foster further exchange. Through this stage for research we would like to increase the visibility of your work and support the debate on research activities at the university.

Colleagues with their research projects and doctorate students share their research experience and (preliminary) outcomes. 13 colleagues from research projects, scientific doctoral programmes and the artistic research PhD programme situated at the University of Applied Arts Vienna will take part.

The research projects will be presented and discussed in the garden of the Prateratelier – also due to covid – of the Zentrum Fokus Forschung. After the specific project presentations, we invite to a discussion round in the studio of the Prateratelier (limited number of persons), in which the persons of the previously held presentations as well as the respondents take part.

You are also cordially invited to attend the Welcome & Intro on Wednesday evening for the presentations of the new candidates of the Artistic Research PhD programme.

We kindly ask you to give us a short feedback about your possible participation on the respective days in order to plan the seating arrangements according to the required distance.

You can find the complete schedule here: http://zentrumfokusforschung.uni-ak.ac.at/index.php/news/ 

Due to limited amount of seats, we kindly ask you to register by writing to  zff@uni-ak.ac.at.

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Participants and research projects

Lukas Allner, Daniel Aschwanden, David Berry, Daniela Kkröhnert, Philippe Riéra, Lucie Strecker: Dog-man and she-goat. Becoming Chimera. (postgradual research project)

Niels Bonde: Research on facial recognition and privacy (PhD in Art project. Supervisor: Margarete Jahrmann)

Margit Busch: A garden for a fish (PhD in Art project. Supervisor: Virgil Widrich)

Tiziano Derme, Barbara Imhof, Daniela Mitterberger: Co-Corporeality (postgradual research project)

Helena Eribenne: Self-Destructive Female Icons (PhD project. Supervisor: Eva Kernbauer)

Verena Faißt: Unsichtbare Elefanten unter dem Mikroskop (PhD in Art project. Supervisor: Barbara Putz-Plecko)

Barbara Graf: Stitches and Sutures (PhD in Art project. Supervisor: Barbara Putz-Plecko)

Margarete Jahrmann: Neuromatic Game Art – Critical play with neurointerfaces (postgradual research project)

Leonie Licht: GRUND, DECK, KANTE – Himmelspolitik (PhD project. Supervisor: Helmut Draxler)

Barb Macek: DIE INNERE KRISE ALS GLOBALE KRISE – Autoimmunität und Anthropologische Differenz (PhD project. Supervisor: Virgil Widrich)

Tamás Páll: Emergent Worlds: Simulation, worlding and prefiguration (PhD in Art project. Supervisor: Margarete Jahrmann)

Frida Robles: The Re-enchantment of the World – Narrations of the Self in Contemporary Performance Art Practices (PhD project. Supervisor: Eva Kernbauer)

Madeleine Span: Was macht eine* zur Autor*in? (Doktoratsprojekt. Supervisor: Ernst Strouhal)

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Photo: Katarina Šoškić