MARGARETHE MAIERHOFER-LISCHKA, Austria
lecturer I researcher I media theorist I sound artist I composer
is a musician, sound maker, researcher, and professional listener. She is teaching, performing, thinking, playing, improvising, creating, and digesting in a number of ways, trying to understand how spaces around me are constructed and perceived through our past, present, and future actions – through technologies, bodies, environments, and imaginations. To her, art and theory are a space where we can create and explore situations of controlled uncertainties, unfolding across multiple mutual dialogues.
Research – no matter if in theory or in the arts – is about exchanging and growing knowledge through each other. Thus, what matters most to her is mutual exchange, discussion, proactive critique, and collective thinking on a common topic.