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Fine Art Lecturers

Lara Almarcegui, lecturer
Lara Almarcegui (Zaragoza, 1972) studied Fine Arts in Cuenca (1991 - 95) and at the Ateliers 63, Amsterdam (1996 - 98). She currently lives and works in Rotterdam. Almarcegui's work often explores neglected or overlooked sites, carefully cataloguing... Read more

Tiong Ang, core tutor
Within the complex oeuvre of Tiong Ang (Surabaya, 1961), certain common elements about the nature of identity, cultural meaning and social absorption emerge. Using media specific to his topic - whether (veiled) painting, film, video installation, soc... Read more

Ursula Biemann, guest lecturer
Ursula Biemann (Zurich, 1955) is an artist, writer, and video essayist. Her artistic practice is strongly research oriented and involves fieldwork in remote locations where she investigates climate change and the ecologies of oil and water. She works... Read more

Mariana Castillo Deball, guest lecturer
Mariana Castillo Deball (1975) studied philosophy and Fine Art in Mexico and took part in the postgraduate program at Jan van Eyk Academy, Maastricht. She has exhibited widely in group and solo exhibitions all over the world. In 2012 she was the reci... Read more

Jeremiah Day, researcher
Jeremiah Day graduated from the University of California in Los Angeles and from 2003-4 attended the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam. From 2000-2002 he was artist-in-residence at Beyond Baroque Literary Art Center in Los Angeles. Re... Read more

Natasha Ginwala, guest lecturer
Natasha Ginwala (Ahmedabad, 1985) is an independent curator, researcher, and writer. She is curatorial advisor and Public Programmes curator for the Gujral Foundation's project My East is Your West at the 56th Venice Biennale (2015), and was a membe... Read more

Nicoline van Harskamp, guest lecturer
Nicoline van Harskamp (1975) lives and works in Rotterdam. She studied at the Koninklijke Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten in Den Haag (1994-1997) and at the Chelsea College of Art and Design, Londen (1997-1998). She was also resident artist at the R... Read more

Maria Hlavajova, lecturer
Maria Hlavajova (1971) is artistic director of BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht since 2000 and initiator and artistic director of the Former West project. Hlavajova has organized numerous exhibitions and projects at BAK including: Lawrence Wein... Read more

Jan Kaila, lecturer
Jan Kaila (1957) studied at the Department of Postgraduate Studies at the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts from 1997 to 2002. The subject of his doctorate, completed in 2002, was Photographicality and Representation in Contemporary Art. Kaila worked in t... Read more

Irene Kopelman, lecturer
Irene Kopelman (C√≥rdoba, 1974) lives and works in Amsterdam. Her PhD project researched the problem of the tension between sameness and difference. She was looking to re-open the category of sameness, and using means of representation, to make evide... Read more

Annette Krauss, lecturer
Annette Krauss (1971) is an artist and lecturer at HKU, Utrecht. In her conceptually based practice she addresses the intersection of art, politics and everyday life. Exploring the possibility of participatory practices, performativity and investigat... Read more

Geert Lovink, guest lecturer
Geert Lovink (Amsterdam, 1959) is a Research Professor of Interactive Media at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam (HvA) and a Professor of Media Theory at the European Graduate School. From 2004-2013 he was an Associate Professor of New Media at the Univer... Read more

Markus Miessen, lecturer
Markus Miessen (Bonn, 1978) is a registered architect, spatial designer, consultant and writer. He studied at Glasgow School of Art (BArch), graduated from the Architectural Association in London with Honours (AADiplHons) and received a Master in Res... Read more

Falke Pisano, guest lecturer
Falke Pisano (Amsterdam,1978) lives and works in Berlin. Her diagrammatic works expose a loop, in which shifting abstract sculptural forms are conceived directly in relation to written and spoken language, implying an ongoing and morphing production ... Read more

Liza May Post, lecturer
Liza May Post (1965, Amsterdam) studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy and Rijksacademie in Amsterdam and did the P.S.1 -Studio Program in New York. She lives and works in Amsterdam. Her work was presented in many international gallery and museum sho... Read more

Domeniek Ruijters, lecturer critical studies
Domeniek Ruyters (1962) is a publicist, art critic and chief editor of Metropolism M, the bi-monthly independent Dutch art magazine. Over the years he has published numerous articles in a.o. Metropolis M and De Volkskrant as well as essays, catalogue... Read more

Janwilem Schrofer, guest lecturer
Janwillem Schrofer is an independent consultant who is active in the cultural sector, with a strong accent on artists and art organisations (residencies, museums,etc.) and educational institutes. Schrofer coaches artists and creative professionals. H... Read more

Lonnie van Brummelen / Siebren de Haan, researcher
Artists Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan have worked together since 2002, producing film installations and exhibition projects that explore the boundaries of the public realm. Their silent films peruse the tones, movements and textures of cul... Read more

Henk Slager, lecturer critical studies
Research and visual art have colored the context of many activities developed by Henk Slager over the last eight years. Significant contributions to the debate on the situation of research in visual art resulted from his professorship Artistic Resear... Read more

Marquard Smith, external examiner
Marq Smith is an enthusiastic, creative and rigorous academic, writer, editor, curator, commissioner and programmer with 20 years experience working between higher education and cultural institutions including the ICA, Tate, and the Whitechapel Galle... Read more

Jonas Staal, guest lecturer
Jonas Staal (1981) is a Dutch artist. His work deals with the relationship between art, politics and ideology and is frequently the subject of public debate. In collaboration with BAK, basis door actuele Kunst, Utrecht, Staal has taken the initiativ... Read more

Mick Wilson, guest lecturer
Mick Wilson is an artist, writer and educator who graduated at the NCAD and Trinity College Dublin. Mick's PhD was completed in 2006 on the topic Conflicted Faculties: Knowledge Conflict and the University at NCAD. He is currently research... Read more

Edwin Zwakman, guest lecturer
Edwin Zwakman (1969) is a visual artist from the Netherlands whose works explore the interaction between reality and photography. He does this with staged photography, either in his studio or in public space. Works in the studio include a long-runnin... Read more

Lecturers from recent years
Trans Artists
Ute Meta Bauer
Gerard Byrne
Steven Devleminck
James Elkins
Charles Esche
Annie Fletcher
Gijs Frieling
Pascale Gatzen
Mika Hannula
Jeanne van Heeswijk
Klaas Hoek
Edwin Janssen
Job Koelewijn
Aglaia Konrad
Christina Li
Raimundas Malasauskas
Tara McDowell
Bruce McLean
Aernout Mik
Emily Pethick
Steven Rand
Joke Robaard
Willem de Rooij
Praneet Soi
Mick Wilson
Haegue Yang