Charlotte Klink

Charlotte Klink is an artist and image/media theorist. Her artistic practice focusses on drawing, writing, video, and performance. She completed her PhD at Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart (ABK) and was a visiting scholar at Tel Aviv University as a fellow of the Max Planck Society's Minerva Fellowship Program. Her research foci are contemporary art and aesthetics. She is co-founder of the DFG network 3G–Positions of the third generation after World War II and the Shoah in contemporary literature and arts.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Art and Visual Studies, Art Theory

Publications in the Series: Image

Web: ABK Stuttgart


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Electric Seeing
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Electric Seeing

Positions in Contemporary Video Art

A video theory from the technological outset and the desire for »electric seeing« in the 19th century until today's ubiquitous video practice.

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