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Equality in Colors

Paper on „Equality in Colors. Dammi i Colori and the Postmonumental Painting of the Community“ at the Painting Politics Symposium 2019, Auckland Art Gallery Auditorium, Auckland, New Zealand, 26-27 July 2019.

Practices of Truth and Representations of the Popular in the work of Chto Delat?

Panel on Reconstructing Truth and Falsety in Contemporary Art, at the ALP 2019 conference Truth, fiction, illusion – worlds & experience, Department of Media and Communications, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt and the APL | The Association for Philosophy and Literature, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, 1 June 2019.

Article: Moderne im Archiv. Zur Kritik des utopischen Erbes in der Gegenwartskunst

Article Moderne im Archiv. Zur Kritik des utopischen Erbes in der Gegenwartskunst, Wien 2019, in: all-over 15, Spring Summer 2019, (peer-reviewed).

Reconciliation and its Discontents. The Reworking of Utopia in the Work of Isa Genzken

Paper on „Reconciliation and its Discontents. The Reworking of Utopia in the Work of Isa Genzken“ at the Nasher Prize Graduate Symposium in honor of 2019 Nasher Prize Laureate Isa Genzken. Moderated by Stephen Lapthisophon, keynote speaker Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, April 4, 2019.

Article: Notes on Utopia, History and Architectural Form

Article Utopia, History and Architectural Form published on Plot.onlinea platform dedicated to critical reflections on current image cultures. Editor: Claudia Weber (Chicago).

Seminar: Politik und Ästhetik der Utopie

Seminar im Masterstudiengang Visuelle Kultur an der Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Sommersemester 2019.

 

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Post Utopian Forms. Re-working Utopia in Aesthetics and Contemporary Critical Theory

Paper on „Post Utopian Forms. Re-working Utopia in Aesthetics and Contemporary Critical Theory“ at Yale German Department, Graduate Student Conference, Yale University, New Haven, February 15-16, 2019.

Lecture: Wirklichkeitskonzeptionen und Historiografien der Avantgarde bei Chto Delat?

Vortrag von Sebastian Mühl auf der 6. Internationalen Konferenz des EAM | European Network for Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies: Realismen der Avantgarde / Realism(s) of the Avant-Garde, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, 5.-7. September 2018.

Summer School: Constructing Utopia / Eastern European Avant-Gardes and Their Legacy, Ljubljana

The Summer School is organized by the Moderna galerija, Museum of Modern Art plus Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova, MG+MSUM, 24—31 August 2018, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Represented by Zdenka Badovinac.

PhD: Defense of Thesis. Utopien der Gegenwartskunst. Geschichte, Gegenwart, Kritik

I sucessfully passed the Defense of Thesis at HfG Offenbach with summa cum laude. The project „Utopien der Gegenwartskunst. Geschichte, Gegenwart, Kritik“ was a research into notions of utopia in contemporary practices after the end of communism at the end of the 20th century. It was supervised by Prof. Dr. Juliane Rebentisch, Prof. Dr. Beatrice von Bismarck and Prof. Rotraut Pape. Still some work to be done until the book will be published.

Article: Umstrittene Utopien. Ökonomie und Ästhetik einer problematischen Grenze

My article „Umstrittene Utopien. Ökonomie und Ästhetik einer problematischen Grenze“ is online. It is part of the conference papers „Kongress-Akten Band 4: Das ist Ästhetik“, published on occasion of the X. Congress of the German Society for Aesthetics (DGÄ) at Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach, 14.-17.02.2018.

Lecture: Utopia, History, and Art. Three brief examples on the revival of utopian thought in contemporary art

Lecture on „Utopia, History, and Art. Three brief examples on the revival of utopian thought in contemporary art“ at the Graduate Student Art History Symposium at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Friday April 6, 2018. Keynote Address: Kristin Romberg, Assistant Professor of Art History, School of Art + Design, University of Illinois.

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