Lisa Glauer taught as Assistant Professor from 2009 - 2011 and as Associate in the MFA Program Public Art and New Artistic Strategies at Bauhaus-University in Weimar (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar) until 2015, focussing in particular on developing and implementing international projects. She grew up in London, Marseille, Rabat, Prague, Genoa and Athens. She studied Linguistics at Georgia Augusta University, Göttingen, Political Science and Visual Art at San Jose State University, Visual Art at State University of New York, Purchase (BFA), completing her graduate studies in Painting and Art History at Pratt Institute, New York (dual degree, MFA/MS). She then completed the postgraduate program Art in Context, at the University of the Arts, Berlin (MA), and defended her PhD, focussing on (human) milk as drawing material, and historic science fiction imagery from the GDR/FRG, in the PhD Programm in Art and Design at Bauhaus-Universität, Weimar, with highest honors (summa cum laude). She is co-founder of the project space arttransponder in Berlin and was its artistic co-director until 2009. arttransponder focuses on participatory art at the interface to other disciplines.

 

Selected projects: 2016, NoWoMan's Land, Alpha Nova Galerie, Berlin, 2015 Out of (b)order, AnAmnesia Bauhaus Universität Weimar (with UCSD) NoExit/Snapshot, Okk, Berlin, Selected, Haus am Horn, Weimar, 2014, Enjoy (Y)our State of Emergency, ngbk, Berlin, 2013, Auktion Komittee Wedding, OKK -Berlin, Athens Biennial (with Robert Huber, Pablo Hermann), Invisibilities at the Edges, resident artist for a research project at the border of USA/Mexico (DAAD; UCSD): 2013, Later, she will build nuclear vessels, with the European Society for Research and Art and OKK, Berlin; 2012, Milky Images, Nano/Macro/Mega, Department of Structural Engineering, (UCSD); 2011, Beyond Reproduction, Kunsthaus Bethanien, Berlin; 2010, Oscillogrammes, 2B Gallery and Goethe Institute, Budapest; Re /Positioning: Critical Whiteness and Perspectives of Color (2009, ngbk, Berlin); 2005, The Missing Link, Schafler Gallery, New York, and Berlin Museum of Medical History, Berlin, 2004, Mabumamma, Futura Gallery, Prague.