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Regina Sarreiter

Education | Professional Experience | Workshops, Conferences, Lecture Series| Publications | Artistic Projects

Education nach oben

since January 2015

PhD Project: „The epistemic lives of an ethnological collection between South Africa, Germany and Tanzania“, ZMO Berlin

2009

Magister thesis: „Neue deutsche Afrika-Filme – Heimatfilm als (post-)kolonialer Lebens(t)raum“, Freie Universität Berlin

2001 – 2009

Ethnology (major, Freie Universität Berlin), Political Science and Romance Literatures (minors, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

2000 – 2001

Ethnology (major), Political Science and Semitic Studies (minors) LMU München

Professional Experiencenach oben

since January 2015

Research Fellow, ZMO, Berlin

2009 – 2014

Assistant for Public Relations, ZMO, Berlin

2005 – 2009

Student Assistant, ZMO, Berlin

2002 – 2004

Student Assistant at the DFG-Projekt „Social Parenthood in West Africa“ (Dr. Erdmute Alber), Institute for Ethnology, Freie Universität Berlin

Workshops, Conferences, Lecture Series (selection)nach oben

Winter Term 2012/13

Conception and Organization ZMO-Colloquium The Impossible Aesthetic: Situating Research in Arts and Social Sciences/Humanities, ZMO, Berlin

2011

Organization Workshops (with Dr. Heike Liebau, ZMO) „Listen brother listen, listen my love listen, listen respected Sirs“, Historical Audio Sources and Recent Research, ZMO, Berlin

2006

VAD-Conference „Knowledge and Science“, Paper presentation Disziplin und Moral in der Schule (with Björn Löwe and Anna Jahn), Frankfurt/Main

Publications nach oben

Edited Volumes/Special Issues:

November 2013

With Artefakte//anti-humboldt (Brigitta Kuster, Dierk Schmidt, Elsa de Seynes) (eds.): Afterlife: German and European Postcoloniality. Artefacts. Museums. Art., darkmatter, Special Issue, 11

2012

With Anette Hoffmann / Britta Lange: Was Wir Sehen. Bilder, Stimmen, Rauschen. Zur Kritik anthropometrischen Sammelns, Basler Afrikabibliographien.

Articles:

2016

Activate Facts! Von sprechenden Tatsachen, in: M. Griesser et al., Gegen den Stand der Dinge, de Gruyter, 2016

2013

Fait accompli? In Search of Actions for Postcolonial Injunctions. An Introduction to the Special Issue “Afterlives” (with Artefakte//anti-humboldt), in darkmatter, Afterlives, 11.

2012

Ich glaube, dass die Hälfte Ihres Museums gestohlen ist, in Anette Hoffmann / Britta Lange / Regina Sarreiter, Was Wir Sehen. Bilder, Stimmen, Rauschen. Zur Kritik anthropometrischen Sammelns, Basler Afrikabibliographien, S. 43-58.

2005

Les commerçantes de maïs et la rehabilitation du marché de Bohicon, Bénin, Arbeitspapiere des Instituts für Ethnologie und Afrikawissenstudien der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Nr. 59.

Artistic projects

2014 - 2015

Künstliche Tatsachen/Artificial Facts, a trans-national exhibition and research project by Artefakte//aktivierung (Brigitta Kuster, Regina Sarreiter, Dierk Schmidt) in collaboration with Kunsthaus Dresden and Sophie Goltz: Cape Town (ZA), Porto-Novo (BJ), Dresden (D).

2013 - 2016

Exhibition Die Anti-Humboldt-Box with Artefakte//anti-humboldt; AFROTAK cyberNomads and Andreas Siekmann 2013-2015: Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), Scriptings (Berlin), After the Butcher (Berlin), Villa Romana (Florence), Shedhalle (Zurich), Goethe Institute (Johannesburg)

2012 - 2015

Group exhibitions Acts of Voicing, October 2012- January 2013, Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart/ His Master’s Voice, Hartware MedienKunstVerein Dortmund, March-July.2013/ La Panacée, Montpellier, June-September 2015:
"Unerhörter Bericht über die deutschen Verbrechen in den kolonisierten Gebieten und über das fortwährende Wirken dieser Gewalt bis in die Gegenwart" (sound-text-installation) with Anette Hoffmann, Andrea Bellu and Matei Bellu.

2012

Group exhibition Animismus, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin: „Rise, for you will not perish (on mummymania)“ with Artefakte//anti-humboldt.

2012

Curatorial supervision exhibition Was Wir Sehen. Bilder, Stimmen, Rauschen. Zur Kritik anthropometrischen Sammlens, Humboldt-Universität Berlin

2010

Curatorial supervision exhibition at the conference Under construction. The Material and Symbolic Meaning of Architecture and Infrastructure in the Gulf Region with works by Alice Creischer/Andreas Siekmann, Stefan Zirwes, George Katodrytis, Felix Sommerlad; ZMO, Berlin.

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