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Mag.a BA MA Katharina BRANDL Co-Founder & Co-Director, Business Riot, Vienna

CV

2004-2011 Diploma Programme in Political Science, University of Vienna
2009-2011 Assistant to the Head of the Research Focus "Empirical Visual Aesthetics", Faculty of Psychology, University of Vienna
2010-2014 BA in Art History, University of Vienna
2011-2014 Scientific Administrator, Cognitive Science Research Platform, University of Vienna
2014 Researcher, Austrian Contribution to the Architectural Biennale 2014, Venice
2014-2015 Tutor & Teaching Assistant, Department of Art History, University of Vienna
2014-2015 Project Manager for studio das weisse haus, , Vienna
2014-2017 Co-Founder & Chairwoman, Sorority, Vienna
since 2015 Freelance curator and writer in contemporary art
since 2015 Co-Founder & Executive, Business Riot, Vienna
2016 Managing editor, online magazine of Irmgard Griss' campaign for the Austrian Presidential Election 2016, Vienna
since 2016 Co-Founder & Executive, kathe Konzeptbüro GesbR., Vienna
since 2016 PhD Program in Art History, University of Basel
since 2016 Doctoral Fellowship, eikones Graduate School, University of Basel

Memberships

Advisory Board to the state Government of Lower Austria for Youth Culture Project Funding Decisions, since 2016
Jury for the programs 'Artist in Residence', 'Theorist in Residence' and 'Art Critic in Residence', studio das weisse haus, 2014-2015

Publications

Brandl K., Guttmann U., Sárai V.; Withdrawal is our most constructive choice. An introduction, in: Joanna Warza (Hg.), I can't work like this. A reader on recent boycotts and contemporary art, Sternberg Press, Berlin 2017, S. 261-272.
Is non-participation an individual or a collective concept? Karen Mirza and Brad Butler in conversation with Katharina Brandl, in: Joanna Warza (Hg.), I can't work like this. A reader on recent boycotts and contemporary art, Sternberg Press, Berlin 2017, S.317-323.
Art historians may make aesthetic appreciations, I want to make critical judgements. An interview with Peter Osborne, in: ALL-OVER 10, Spring 2016, URL : http://allover- magazin.com/?p=2354.
Über Berge, Propheten und Flüchtlingsunterkünfte, in: Kunstgeschichte Aktuell. Mitteilungen des Verbandes österreichischer Kunsthistorikerinnen und Kunsthistoriker, 3/2016, XXXIII, S. 2-3.