ABOUT ME I am an artistic researcher and a creative consultant. I develop science films and multimedia communication projects for universities and research institutes, next to conducting own research.
I am used to working at the intersection of art, design, science and technology and to lead interdisciplinary teams with different backgrounds from in- and outside academia.
I HAVE WORKED WITH The Helmholtz Association / Wissenschaft im Dialog gGmbH / “The Future Ocean” – Cluster of Excellence / Universiteit van Amsterdam / Rijksmuseum / Research Focus Group “Free-electron Laser” / University of Hamburg / Ruhr-Uni Bochum / Muthesius University of Fine Arts & Design / International Psychoanalytic University Berlin / sdw – Stiftung der deutschen Wirtschaft / The Dark Horse / Anne-Frank Zentrum Berlin / Kommando Himmelfahrt / Universität Tübingen / finep / Museo Mundial / Unc Inc
+ Jury for the >>Fast Forward Science<< Film Award
+ Member of the Society for Artistic Research (SAR)
+ Conference organiser “How We Do Research – The Pros & Cons of the practice-based PhD for Artistic Research“
+ Awarded by the “Format Festival” Media Innovation Center Babelsberg
HOW DID I BECOME AN ARTISTIC RESEARCHER? Probably it was my urge for exploration and also my passion for design which led me in this direction. One of the most exciting things about my job is looking at theory and practise together, and letting the two feed into each other.
I also believe that not only art or science, but also science communication has a research element to it and this allows me to develop my own formats, something which I love.
Through my studies I was fortunate to be able to travel and live in a number of different countries. I did my two Masters in Cultural Analysis and Artistic Research in Amsterdam and in addition to my native German I speak fluent English, Spanish and Dutch.
This varied experience has given me a broad cultural overview and different perspectives on many things, which is something I value hugely. In addition, the principle of seeing and experiencing things from different perspectives has become a key part of my approach to my work.
(2017) “Was vom Essen übrig bleibt – sozio-kulturelle Zusammenhänge ‘On Your Plate‘”, In: Hannah Dingeldein & Eva Gredel Diskurse des Alimentären, LIT-Verlag.
(2017) “Participatory Masterpieces – Collaborative Format Development In Science Communication Through Visual Feedback Methods”, In: A Collaboration Between Art, Design & Science, (Ed.) Douscher, Sachs, Schulz, Revolver-Publishing.
(2016) “My Grandma Had The Same Dog – User Camera Studies at the Rijksmuseum”, In: Stylianou-Lambert, T.; Museums and Visitors Photography, MuseumsEtc.
M.A. CULTURAL ANALYSIS – UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, NL
M.A. ARTISTIC RESEARCH – UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM & SANDBERG INSTITUTE, NL
B.A. LITERARY-, CULTURAL & MEDIA STUDIES – UNIVERSITY OF SIEGEN, DE