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April 24, 2024

MacKenzie Trupp’s (UNIVIE) research received The Impact Award 2023

written by Corinna Kühnapfel UNIVIE PhD Candidate MacKenzie Trupp has been recently awarded with the Impact Award 2023 funded by the City of Vienna Cultural Affairs for her research funded by ARTIS. MacKenzie Trupp is a doctoral candidate at the Vienna Doctoral School in Cognition, Behavior and Neuroscience (VDS CoBeNe) of the University of Vienna.Through […]
October 02, 2023

Paper on Ethical Conflicts in the Research Project: ARTIS. Research as ‘Dirty’[1]: On Colonial Histories of Research

The ARTIS project description aims to research ‘how art impacts societies depending on their dominant ideologies’. This excerpt by Anisha Gupta Müller (KHB) hopes to turn the question around: how do dominant ideologies affect research in the first place? From the context of weißensee kunsthochschule, Anisha Gupta Müller writes on the ethical problems that foreground scientific research
July 17, 2023

New publication on visitors’ bodily, emotional, and transformative experience with an installation artwork

Installation art, with its immersive and participatory nature, evokes and necessitates bodily engagement and awareness. A new study shows that these aspects are integral to the overall art experience, appreciation, and transformative outcomes.
October 17, 2023

New exhibition by Kaj Osteroth

Kaj Osteroth, who works in close colaboration with Sarah Hegenbart (UOXF) for an upcoming ARTIS project, invites to an upcoming vernissage: Friday, October 20th 2023, at 6 PM, HilbertRaum (Berlin, Germany).

“Wo tut´s denn weh?“ (Where does it hurt?), the new exhibition by Kaj Osteroth makes the incomprehensible of our world, which has become and has always been brutal, personal and shows relationships and references in broken compositions, a characteristic of her painting. Between blandness, naivety and revolt, and in a permanent dispute with the supposedly securely established, without distance, she pulls away the ground of what is supposed to be right and good. In this context, drawings – created in dialogue – become lost monologues while the common becomes a challenge and at the same time a place of longing.

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