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Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

Invitation to Defense of Lisa Nyberg, Ph.D. in Practice, June 10, 2022, 10am - 12pm | Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

Dear All,

The Ph.D. in Practice Program of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna kindly invites you to the Defense of Lisa Nyberg’s dissertation project Pedagogies of the Unknown – Studying for a Future, Without Guarantees. The Committee is made up of: Mag. Dr. Moira Hille (chair), Univ.-Prof. Dr. Renate Lorenz (1st supervisor), Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Anette Baldauf (2nd supervisor), and Prof. Dr. María do Mar Castro Varela (external appraiser, ASH Berlin).

Date: Friday, June 10, 2022; 10am - 12pm

The event will take place online. Please see the Zoom link below.

This PhD project starts from the question: how can we study for a future unknown? In light of anthropogenic climate change, a global environmental crisis, and its destabilizing impact on social and economic systems, there is an urgency to examine how we relate to the future in our pedagogy; how we anticipate, imagine and prepare through our teaching and our studies. In the search of pedagogies that are open to not knowing – to contingency, unpredictability and change – the question arises: what could a pedagogy look like that supports our studies with and for the unknown?

Please join us for the defense presentation.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 995 1308 0967

Passcode: ?9^?3*

Please arrive until five minutes in advance. You will find yourself in the waiting room and will only be admitted if you arrive before the defense starts.

Lisa Nyberg is a visual artist based in Malmö, Sweden. She explores the radical possibilities of pedagogy and performance through processes that involve collective, embodied, transgressive and critical practices. In her work, she examines cultural and educational canons from an intersectional feminist perspective. This means creating situations and structures where learning can take place, as well as intervening in existing structures and institutions. Nyberg’s work takes the form of self-organized spaces, institutional processes, workshops, performances, installations, books, and sound pieces.




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