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Hybrid Talks #40 : Transparenz (DE)

Hybrid Plattform, Universität der Künste Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin | Jürgen Schulz, Meike Hopp, Valeska Schmidt-Thomsen, Elena Schütz, Stefan Eisebitt

Die Bereiche Kunst, Wissenschaft und Technik hinweg, nehmen sich fünf ExpertInnen aus der Kunstgeschichte, der Mode, dem Feld der Nichtlinearen Optik, der Architektur und der Kommunikationsstrategie dem Thema »Transparenz« in jeweils 10-minütigen Vorträgen an.

»Transparenz« ist das Thema der 40. Hybrid Talks. Die Beiträge werden sich zwischen visueller Transparenz und der Offenlegung von Tatsachen bewegen. Durchsichtige Materialien, optische Prozesse und Durchsichtigkeit oder gar Durchlässigkeit in der Architektur werden diesmal im Mittelpunkt stehen. Darüber hinaus wird Transparenz über und im Zuge von Entscheidungsprozessen, Lieferketten und im Kontext der Provenienz von Kunstwerken thematisiert; auch Ehrlichkeit und Aufrichtigkeit mögen ins Spiel kommen. Es sind ExpertInnen, WissenschaftlerInnen und Kreativschaffende aus der Kunstgeschichte, der Mode, dem Feld der Nichtlinearen Optik, der Architektur und der Kommunikationsstrategie, die sich in jeweils 10-minütigen Vorträgen um Klarheit und Transparenz bemühen bzw. darstellen, wie sie diese schaffen.

Es sprechen Prof. Dr. Jürgen Schulz (UdK , Institut für Theorie und Praxis der Kommunikation), Prof. Dr. Meike Hopp (TU , Digitale Provenienzforschung), Prof. Valeska Schmidt-Thomsen (UdK , Institut für experimentelles Bekleidungs- und Textildesign), Prof. Dr. Stefan Eisebitt (TU , Institut für Optik und Atomare Physik) und Elena Schütz (something fantastic).

Die Hybrid Talks sind ein Veranstaltungsformat der Hybrid Plattform, der disziplinenübergreifenden Projektplattform auf dem Campus Charlottenburg.

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Jürgen Schulz

Universität der Künste Berlin

Professor at the Institute for Theory and Practice of Communication

Jürgen Schulz is professor of Strategic Communications Planning for the study programme Communication in Social and Economic Contexts at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK).
After completing this same study programme around the turn of the century, Schulz wrote his Ph.D. dissertation at the Humboldt University on risk and crisis communications. As a business consultant he focused on the fields of issues management, project management and corporate identity, before returning to the UdK in 2005.

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Meike Hopp

Technische Universität Berlin

Professor for Digital Provenance Research

Prof. Dr. Meike Hopp is professor for Digital Provenance Research at the Technische Universität Berlin. Since December 2019 she is an Associate Member of the Einstein Center Digital Future (ECDF). She studied art history, theatre studies and classical archaeology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich, where she received her doctorate in 2012 on the subject of “Art Trade under National Socialism” and was awarded with the Heinrich-Wölfflin Award. Since 2018 she has been chairperson of the Arbeitskreis Provenienzforschung e.V.

Valeska Schmidt-Thomsen

Universität der Künste Berlin

Professor for Clothing and Textile Design

Valeska Schmidt-Thomsen is professor of Fashion and Textile Design at the College of Architecture, Media and Design of the Berlin University of the Arts. After completing her studies in Fashion Design at Koninklijke Academievoor schone Kunsten in Antwerp, she was responsible from 1994 for various collections for such labels as Gucci, Chanel and Helmut Lang, before joining UdK in 2005, where she was named Managing Director of the Institute of Experimental Fashion and Textile Design.

Elena Schütz

Something Fantastic

Founder of Something Fantastic – Smart, touching, simple architecture

Elena Schütz studied architecture at both the ETH Zurich and the Berlin University of the Arts, where she founded the architecture magazine Protocol. In addition to various lectureships in such cities as Paris and Oslo, in 2010 she founded the design collective Something Fantastic together with Julian Schubert and Leonard Streich. Together the three co-authored the book worlds, people, cities and houses about their work.

Stefan Eisebitt

Technische Universität Berlin

Professor for Experimental Physics

Stefan Eisebitt is professor of Experimental Physics at the Institute of Optics and Atomic Physics of the Technische Universität Berlin. After studying physics at the University of Cologne he completed his Ph.D. dissertation in Vancouver on the subject of semiconductor nanostructures, before continuing his research in Stanford, at HU Berlin and in Lund. In 2015 Eisebitt was named director of the Max-Born-Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy, which is part of the Forschungsverbund Berlin association.

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