IPSD Public Lecture: Regine Rapp

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International Programs in Sustainable Developments

Regine Rapp is an art historian, curator and co-director of Art Laboratory Berlin. Her research focuses on art in the 20th and 21st century: Installation Art, Text and Image Theory, the Artist Book, and Art & Science Collaborations. As a research associate at Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle she taught art history. 
As co-founder of Art Laboratory Berlin (2006), she has curated and researched on more than 40 exhibition projects and various series (Time and Technology, Synaesthesia, [macro]biologies & [micro]biologies). In 2011 parallel to the exhibition Sol LeWitt. Artist's Books, she conceived the international Sol LeWitt Symposium at Art Laboratory Berlin. Along with Christian de Lutz she developed the international conference Synaesthesia Discussing a Phenomenon in the Arts, Humanities and (Neuro)Science (2013). The Nonhuman Subjectivities (2016/17) and Nonhuman Agents (2017/18) series of exhibitions, performances, workshops, and an international conference reflected on Art and Science in the post-anthropocentric era. Currently she has been conceiving and realizing the exhibition project and conference THE CAMILLE DIARIES: New Artistic Positions on M/otherhood, Life and Care. As a research associate at the Institute of Biotechnology of the TU Berlin, she is currently connecting Art & Science research in the project Mind the Fungi.

Credit: Kat Austen: Still, broken
                                       (2017) Photograph, license CC-BY-SA 4.0
Credit: Kat Austen: Still, broken (2017) Photograph, license CC-BY-SA 4.0
18. Mai 2021, 18:00 - 19:30
Angewandte, FLUX 1, Vordere Zollamtsstraße 7