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'''Mareike Foecking<br>
 
'''Mareike Foecking<br>
 
Photographer and Professor for Photography. Among her fields of research are the image in the digital transformation, photography in its diverse applications and languages, photography in the digital age.<br>
 
Photographer and Professor for Photography. Among her fields of research are the image in the digital transformation, photography in its diverse applications and languages, photography in the digital age.<br>
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'''Elke Kania<br>
 
'''Elke Kania<br>
 
After studying art history, philosophy, sociology and film studies in Aachen, Berlin and Rome, Kania earned her Master’s degree with a thesis on Jarman’s film "Caravaggio". She has worked as an art and film critic for the FAZ newspaper, among others. She taught film and television analysis at RWTH Aachen University from 2007 to 2009. She has been doing freelance work for the Julia Stoschek Collection since 2008 and has been a research assistant at the Institute for Art and Art Theory at the University in Cologne since 2009. Kania has curated numerous film series to accompany various art exhibitions and writes and lectures on time-based art and film. She lives and works in Cologne.
 
After studying art history, philosophy, sociology and film studies in Aachen, Berlin and Rome, Kania earned her Master’s degree with a thesis on Jarman’s film "Caravaggio". She has worked as an art and film critic for the FAZ newspaper, among others. She taught film and television analysis at RWTH Aachen University from 2007 to 2009. She has been doing freelance work for the Julia Stoschek Collection since 2008 and has been a research assistant at the Institute for Art and Art Theory at the University in Cologne since 2009. Kania has curated numerous film series to accompany various art exhibitions and writes and lectures on time-based art and film. She lives and works in Cologne.
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'''Laura Huerats Millan''' > https://www.laurahuertasmillan.com/bio

Revision as of 17:42, 9 March 2020

COLLECTIVE WISH LIST

Please write below: student's name: name of guest you'd like to invite, link to their website

FELIX
Mareike Foecking
Photographer and Professor for Photography. Among her fields of research are the image in the digital transformation, photography in its diverse applications and languages, photography in the digital age.
https://www.foecking.net

Elke Kania
After studying art history, philosophy, sociology and film studies in Aachen, Berlin and Rome, Kania earned her Master’s degree with a thesis on Jarman’s film "Caravaggio". She has worked as an art and film critic for the FAZ newspaper, among others. She taught film and television analysis at RWTH Aachen University from 2007 to 2009. She has been doing freelance work for the Julia Stoschek Collection since 2008 and has been a research assistant at the Institute for Art and Art Theory at the University in Cologne since 2009. Kania has curated numerous film series to accompany various art exhibitions and writes and lectures on time-based art and film. She lives and works in Cologne.


SUSANNA
Laura Huerats Millan > https://www.laurahuertasmillan.com/bio