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Dr. Maike Aden is an art historian and musicologist based in Paris, working in the academic field as well as in exhibition institutions. 

 

 

Centre of interest

  • Artistic concepts and practices of the independent network scenes in the 1960s and 70s and their role in recent appropriations
  • Acoustic experiments by visual artists and poets in the 20th century

 

Particular projects

  • Archiving, cataloging and exhibiting artists' publications
  • Ulises Carrión (1941-1989)
  • Artistic reception of Bas Jan Ader (1942-1975) since the 1990s
  • Writings by visual artists
  • Representations of religion in the 20th and 21st centuries 
  • Research-based university studies: visualizing and reflecting ambiguous and informal knowledge

 

Background

  • Doctorate (Dr. phil.) in art history on the artistic reception of Bas Jan Ader since the 1990s, University of Bremen
  • Magistra Artium (M.A.): art history and musicology, University of Bremen
  • 1st and 2nd state examinations: Teaching profession for music, University of Osnabrück

 

Professional practice

                    Current

  • Lecturer: Catholic University ICP, Paris
  • Researcher and curator: various European archives, museums and universities
  • Author: monographs, essays and scientific treatises

 

                     Before 2012

  • Scientific evaluator: European Network for Visual Literacy, Mozarteum University Salzburg
  • Lecturer: Institute for Art and Art Theory University Cologne / Faculty of Fine Arts Porto
  • Research associate: Interdisciplinary research group at the Institute for Theology, University of Münster / TU Dortmund
  • Empirical researcher: Fine Arts school pilot project, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg
  • Empirical researcher: Interdisciplinary research program at the IPN-Leibniz-Institut Kiel

  • Post doc: Institute for Art History, Film Studies, Art Education at the University of Bremen

  • Member of the art education team: documenta 12, Kassel

  • Exhibition assistant: Centre for Artists' Publications | Museum Weserburg Bremen
  • Art mediator: Museum Weserburg Bremen, Kunsthalle Bremen, Hamburger Kunsthalle 
  • Teacher for music: Music schools and public schools in Freiburg i. Br. and in Free and Hanseatic City of Bremen
  • Singer: a.o. Vocal Ensemble Alsfeld  / Organist: Frisia

 

Memberships

  • Committee of artists' books experts for the Prix Bob Calle, Paris
  • Research Network Artists' Publications, Bremen
  • Mentoring group of the Deutscher Kulturrat (German Cultural Council) for women in leading positions in the cultural and media sector. 
  • Arbeitskreis Künstlerbücher (association of institutions and scientists in the field of artists' books in German speaking regions)
  • AG Künstlerbücher|RDA und Sondermaterialien (working group artists' books|RDA), Committee for Standardization at the German National Library)
  • BDK, Hannover, Berlin