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Eva Egermann

Eva Egermann works with different media and collectives, such as the Manoa Free University, following a process-oriented approach. She has previously taught at the Art Academies of Vienna, Linz, Lucerne and Kassel, and was research fellow at the University of California, Berkeley. Egermann has been awarded several prizes for work related to her practice-based PhD on ‘Crip Modes of Artistic Research’. Her practice embraces a wide variety of media and materials, from artist publications to exhibitions (including On Uncanny States and Bodies, a group show curated by Egermann at Lakeside Kunstraum in Klagenfurt, Austria in 2013), and artworks in the form of installation, video or performance (such as An Outcast Night, 2013, 2015).

Posts by Eva Egermann

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Crip Magazine: An Archive of Pain

Edited by Eva Egermann, Crip Magazine draws from the history of the disability rights movement and creates a visual culture of crip subjects with 80% of its contributors identifying as disabled artists. With kind permission of the editor, DAO publishes the english version of a featured article taken from the ...