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Michael Klipphahn-Karge


Research interests

- Modern and contemporary art history (20th and 21st century Europe and the USA)

- Image and media culture theory, inter- and transdisciplinary image studies 

- Human-technology interaction, artificial intelligence and art, image cultures of technical and digital systems

- Queerness, artistic and media constructions of sex and gender 

- Magic, ritual and deviance in global contemporary art

- Art of the GDR


- since 2021
peer-reviewed online journal w/k - Between Science & Art, Düsseldorf

Editor Art and Science, specialising in AI and technology

- 2020-2024
Dresden University of Technology: Doctorate in art history (Prof. Dr Kerstin Schankweiler) 
Topic: Invocations of the present. AI and magic in art

- 2020-2024

Technische Universität Dresden: Scholarship holder of the Schaufler Lab@TU Dresden/Collegiate of the Schaufler Kolleg@TU Dresden

Topic: Artificial intelligence as a factor and consequence of social and cultural change

- 2017-2020
Chair of Theory of Artistic Design, Dresden University of Technology (Prof. Dr Marie-Luise Lange)

Lecturer: Conceptual and contextual artistic-media practice

- 2015-2020
Gallery Stephanie Kelly e. V., Dresden


- 2012-2015
Dresden University of Fine Arts

Postgraduate studies

- 2006-2012
Dresden University of Fine Arts

Studied Fine Arts, Art History and Aesthetic Philosophy, 

Visiting studies and lectureships in Berlin (Freie Universität Berlin) and Usti nad Labem (Jan Evangelista Purkyně University) 

Identification Numbers

ORCID Orcid 0000-0002-4631-6110
Scopus author ID 58551074800

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