aspect-ratio 10x9 Dr. Clémentine Deliss

Dr. Clémentine Deliss (© David Galstyan)

Dr. Clémentine Deliss took over the substitute professorship for curatorial theory and dramaturgical practice at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design for the winter term 2018/19. Most recently, she was a visiting professor at the Ecole nationale supérieure of the arts de Paris-Cergy, and co-curator of the exhibition "Hello World. Revision of a collection "in the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin. She also curated several international discussion rounds in Southeast Asia on the subject of "Transitioning Museums" for the Goethe-Institut.

In her curatorial practice Dr. Clémentine Deliss deals with interdisciplinary and cross-cultural and cross-media approaches. She formulates her plans for teaching at the HfG Karlsruhe as follows: "This year we are investigating various experimental fields in curatorial work and, together with students from all subjects of the HfG, are designing new models for a metabolic museum university of the future of "visual thinking" that is realized on the basis of a transdisciplinary re-design and re-mediation of historical collections? "

Dr. Clémentine Deliss works worldwide with her research and curatorial projects, most recently in 2017 for the Goethe-Institut in seven countries of Southeast Asia and in 2016 in Armenia, where she led an interdisciplinary observatory, then called "Portable Homelands. From field to factory "as part of the exhibition Hello World! was shown in the Museum Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin this summer. From 2010 to 2015 she was Director of the Weltkulturen Museum in Frankfurt and initiated a research laboratory to re-locate the collections in a post-ethnological context. From 2002 to 2009 she was the director of the transdisciplinary collective "Future Academy", which included student research groups on all five continents. Between 1996 and 2007 she published the language organ and publication series "Metronome". She studied contemporary art in Vienna and semantic anthropology in London and Paris and received her doctorate from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, through the journal "Documents" (edited by Georges Bataille, Paris, 1929-1930) and the ethnological work of Michel Leiris.

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