Christoph Brunner currently works as a research associate at Zurich University of the Arts. In his Ph.D thesis “Ecologies of Relation: Collectivity in Art and Media,” he develops a constructivist outline of experience that might be called “relational realism.” His current work focuses on politics of sensation in media activism. He is part of the SenseLab and a co-applicant for the partnership grant Immediations: Art, Media
Open peer commentary on the article “Designing Academic Conferences as a Learning Environment: How to Stimulate Active Learning at Academic Conferences?” by Johan Verbeke. Upshot: The commentary starts with a critical approach towards the concept of knowledge in artistic research. I argue that without transforming the conceptual outline of knowledge production by taking sensuous and more-than-human elements into account, experimental formats for learning environments will be undermined. The comment closes with a constructivist and speculative proposition for the future planning of creative practice events.
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