engraving showing an idealized representation of the workshop of Jan Van Eyck, to whom Stradanus, following Vasari, attributed the invention of oil paint. Jan van der Straet (Stradanus), Nova Reperta, 1584, plate Color olivi. Source: Icon

An engraving showing an idealized representation of the workshop of Jan Van Eyck, to whom Stradanus, following Vasari, attributed the invention of oil paint. Jan van der Straet (Stradanus), Nova Reperta, 1584, plate Color olivi. Source: Deutsches Museum, Bildstelle.

Artists in Residence

An engraving showing an idealized representation of the workshop of Jan Van Eyck, to whom Stradanus, following Vasari, attributed the invention of oil paint. Jan van der Straet (Stradanus), Nova Reperta, 1584, plate Color olivi. Source: Deutsches Museum, Bildstelle.

Head of Cooperation & Communication

Hansjakob Ziemer

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The MPIWG invites artists to work on their projects within a scholarly context, and bringing them into contact with researchers at the Institute. Artists are personally invited by Directors and Research Group Leaders.

 

Artists-in-Residence 2019–20

Daniela K. Rosner is an Artist in Residence in Department III, Visiting Scholar at Humboldt University, and Associate Professor of Human Centered Design and Engineering at the University of Washington. She also co-directs the TAT Lab. During her time at the MPIWG she will be working on the project "Critical Fabulations: Reworking the Methods and Margins of Design" as part of the research theme Histories of Planning.

 

 

 

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