Since 2017 I have been associated to the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, where I concluded my PhD in artistic research in 2022. My PhD project focused on the concept of liveness in online to offline environments. My other research has focused on the facilitator role/facilitation of participation, documentation of socially engaged performance practices. I am also frequently invited as a guest researcher where I often support research design and contribute through my artistic practice facilitating expanded choreographic and ludic structures. 

Here are links to some of the research projects I have recently been involved in:

Choreographic Contingencies for On- and Offline (PhD in Arts, Zentrum Fokus Forschung, University of Applied Arts Vienna). Project researching liveness and methods for creating performance and instruction based art in online to offline settings. 17-22

Archives in Practice (Intra, University of Applied Arts Vienna) Tracing, Actualising and Transmitting Socially Engaged Performance Practices. Project leader in collaboration with Olivia Jaques and Marlies Surtmann, Angewandte Performance Laboratory 22-24.

Withdrawing the Performer (Intra, University of Applied Arts Vienna) Project leader in collaboration with Jasmin Schaitl, researching immaterial material and the performer-facilitator role inside participatory art in collaboration with Neuroscientist/Performer Imani Ramses and guest artists. Angewandte Performance Laboratory 21-22.

Simultaneous Arrivals simularr (PEEK/FWF). Artistic research project on novel forms of collaborative practices. Chosen as a postdoc guest researcher after a public call. Collaborating with Project lead sound and digital artist Hanns Holger Rutz (IEM, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz; Gustav Mahler Private University for Music Klagenfurt) installation artist Nayarí Castillo (ISD, Graz University of Technology), architectural researcher Franziska Hederer (ISD, Graz University of Technology), Sound Artist Daniele Pozzi (University of Music and Performing Arts Graz), Ludwig Elblaus Composer and musician (KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm) 23.

Neuromatic Game Art (PEEK-FWF) Margarete Jahrmann, University of Applied Arts Vienna, 2 year part time employment inside the research group, in charge of artistic research contribution and performative research design. Research focus on artistic misuse of brain devices for game/play and self-expression contextualised through a critical analysis of wearables 20-22. Example of Performative and reflexive outcome:

Contingent Agencies (PEEK-FWF) Nikolaus Gansterer and Alex Arteaga. Practice based research contribution in the frame of the lab Notations, Reflections & Strategies of Display Oct. 21.