Doris Rebhan studied Arts of Africa, Philosophy and Religion & Culture at Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. In her research she focuses on contemporary art in the context of transcultural negotiations, with particular interest in art of the African and Arab regions and questions of fiction and fake as strategies of critique. As a PhD candidate at the MIMESIS International Doctoral Program at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich she is currently working on a dissertation on Fictional States as a reflection of contemporary concepts of the nation-state.
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Change Through Repetition Mimesis as a Transformative Principle Between Art and Politics
Art and politics are related through repetition. Both realms are structured by practices of repetition and share a common room of sens(e)uality – aesthetics in the emphatic sense of the word. It is the aesthetics and practices of...
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