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Christoph Brunner

is Assistant Professor for Cultural Theory at the Institute for Philosophy and Art Studies, Leuphana University of Lüneburg. There, he directs the ArchipelagoLab for Transversal Practices, where students and researchers experiment with different formats and forms of collaboration between art, theory and activism. The Lab hosts artists in residence, conducts the Activist Sense Workshop and Lecture Series, hosts self-organized student reading groups, screenings and performances. Christoph’s research revolves around the intersections between media, affect, and aesthetic politics. He focuses on contemporary social movements and their use of aesthetic techniques and strategies. The question of translocal modes of networking and organization, the use of embodied and affective forms of knowledge, and relational conceptions of subjectivity define guiding lines of this research.
Other texts by Christoph Brunner for DIAPHANES
  • political theory
  • art education
  • politics
  • discipline
  • artistic research
  • education
  • feminism
  • community
  • institution
  • curatorial practice
  • post-workerism
  • artistic practice
  • post-structuralism
  • Bologna Accord
  • contemporary art