Public Colloquium – Artistic Research PhD

Annual event happening in may

The Public Colloquium is part of the Artistic Research PhD Programme at the Angewandte. The aim of the Pubic Colloquium is to provide an opportunity for the PhD candidates to present the progress ans current development of their research projects. The presentations serve to illustrate the continuous artistic research practice whereby development is made comprehensible through the consideration of reflexive forms of documentation and the possibility to integrate existing elements of the work.

Moderation by Margarete Jahrmann (University Professor Artistic Research PhD Programme) and Alexander Damianisch (Head Zentrum Fokus Forschung).


Reseach Week

October 2020 at the Prateratelier – Rustenschacherallee 2-4 1020 Vienna

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. This stage for research is aiming to support the debate on research activities at the university and increase the visibility of the individual projects.

Further information for researchers interested in taking part – Invite_ResearchWeek


Applied Practices

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For the list of past events see – Applied Practice


Research State

In the context of developing research activities and their communication, research projects in both scientific and artistic research fields including doctoral students were invited to present their current research in five to ten-minute videos.

please find all video presentations at – research state

Eine Ausstellung der Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien
Kuratiert von Gerald Bast, Alexander Damianisch, Barbara Putz-Plecko.

The University of Applied Arts Vienna presents exemplary approaches to its artistic research under the title UNDERSTANDING – ART & RESEARCH, it is about understanding as the very creative impulse. Through examples from research and teaching, science and art the transformation of society can be viewed, examined, sensed, discussed and experienced.


Contemporary Code (2015)

An exhibition of the University of Applied Arts Vienna in cooperation with the School of Creative Media/ City University of Hong Kong. The exhibition, opened in 2015 at the City University of Hong Kong, presented artistic research projects based at the University of Applied Arts Vienna.

The video documentation of artistic research projects created in this context can be found here: Contemporary Code