Lisa Glauer is a painter, artist and researcher, based in Berlin since 2002. Main interests are the initiation and development of international transdisciplinary art projects, hegemonial structures in disciplinary and political border areas, experimental painting and art and commemoration. 2016/17 (artistic) research scholar within GedenkOrt, Charite Medical Center and University of the Arts, Berlin – a project commemorating the medical victims of the Nazi past and teaching at the University of the Arts in Berlin. From 2009 - 2015 she taught as associate at the Bauhaus-Universität, Weimar in the international Postgraduate Program Public Art and New Artistic Strategies and worked within the framework of “Strategic Partnerships” (Projects in San Diego/Tijuana, Athens, Sarajevo, Budapest etc.).
Lisa Glauer grew up in London, Marseille, Rabat, Prague, Genoa and Athens and studied Visual Art at State University of New York, (BFA), completing her graduate studies in Painting and Art History at Pratt Institute, New York (dual degree, MFA/MS), Art in Context, at the UDK, Berlin (MA), and defended her PhD, crossing (human) milk as painting and drawing material, and historic science fiction imagery from the GDR/FRG, in the PhD program in Art & Design at Bauhaus-Universität, Weimar (summa cum laude). She is co-founder of the project space arttransponder.net in Berlin and was its artistic co-director until 2009.
Projects, selected: Skyjacking Across Borders with Toy Guns, nGbK, Bodylandscapingtime, nGbK 2017, Domestic Warscapes, Alpha Nova/Galerie Futura, Berlin, 2016 (An)amnesia, GedenkOrt.Charité, 2016, NoExit/Snapshot, OKK, Berlin, 2015, Out of (B)order, Bauhaus Universität, Weimar, 2015, Selected, Haus am Horn, Weimar, 2014, Enjoy (Y)our State of Emergency, Art and Activism Athens/Berlin, nGbK, Berlin, 2014, Invisibilities at the Edges, resident artist at UCSD, 2014, Drawing Across Disciplines, Bauhaus-Universität, Weimar und Experimental Drawing Studio, UCSD, 2014, AKW, Proletarians for Neoliberalism, AGORA Athens Biennial, 2013.
Kunstakademiet i Trondheim
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)