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Dr. Friederike Landau (Associate fellow)

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Center for Metropolitan Studies
TU Berlin
Hardenbergstraße 16-18
HBS-6
10623 Berlin    

Professional Experience

10/2018  Postdoctoral Researcher, Arts & Research, Bauhaus University Weimar

09/2017 – ongoing
Research Associate and Academic Coordinator, University of Applied Sciences Erfurt

09/2017 – ongoing
Lecturer, Institute for Planning Theory, Architectural History and Sustainable Urban Development, University of Applied Sciences Erfurt

05/ 2015 – ongoing
Associate Doctoral Fellow at Center for Metropolitan Studies (CMS),
International Graduate Programme “The World in the City: Metropolitanism and Globalization from the 19th Century to the Present”, Berlin - New York – Toronto, Technical University, Berlin

01/ 2015 – 09/2017
Ph.D. Candidate, Institute for Sociology, Technical University Darmstadt, Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Sybille Frank, Dr. Alison Bain, Working Title: A(nta)gonistic Articulations. On the Constitution of Post-Foundational Actors in the Berlin’s Art Scene between Politics and the Political., grade ‘excellent’ (summa cum laude)

07/2015 – 09/2016
Research Associate to Dr. Alison Bain, York University, Toronto

10/2014 – 02/2015
Lecturer, Institute for Urban and Regional Planning, Technical University, Berlin

03/2014 – 12/2014
Research Associate, Institute for Architecture, Real Estate Management, Construction and Planning Economics, Technical University, Berlin

08/2012 – 11/2013
Junior Consultant and Assistant to the Board of Management, Institut für Strategieentwicklung (IFSE), Berlin

09/2011 – 05/2012
Teaching Assistant, Political Philosophy Brock University, St. Catharines

Education

01/2015 – 09/2017
Doctor Philosophiae (Dr. phil.), Institute for Sociology, Technical University Darmstadt, Working Title: A(nta)gonistic Articulations. On the Constitution of Post-Foundational Actors in the Berlin’s Art Scene between Politics and the Political., final grade ‘excellent’ (summa cum laude)

09/2011 – 07/2012
Master of Arts: Political Science, Specialization Political Philosophy
Brock University, St. Catharines, ON

10/2008 – 08/2011
Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science: Public Administration (European Studies), Specialization International Management, Westfälische Wilhelmsuniversität Münster/ Universiteit Twente, Enschede, Netherlands

International Experience

09/2016 – 10/2016
Visiting Scholar, CITY Institute, York University, Toronto

11/2015 – 12/2015
Visiting Scholar, CITY Institute, York University, Toronto

04/2015 – 06/2015
Field Research, New York City and Toronto, ON

03/2011 – 06/2011
Journalism Internship at El Cóndor, Santiago de Chile, Chile

09/2010 – 03/2011
International Semester, Universiteit Twente, Enschede, Netherlands

09/2009 – 12/2009
International Semester, Grande École, Sciences Po, Lille, France

Selected Publications

2017
Artists, temporality, and the governance of collaborative place-making. In: Urban Affairs Review, co-author Dr. Alison Bain, DOI: 10.1177/1078087417711044

2017
Artist intermediaries in Berlin: cultural intermediation as an interscalar strategy of self-organizational survival. In: Urban Research and Practice, co-author Dr. Alison Bain, DOI: 10.1080/17535069.2017.1334810

2017
Diversifying the Stage of Policymaking - A New Policy Network in Berlin’s Cultural Field. In: Luger, Jason and Julie Ren (ed.): Art and the City -  Worlding the discussion through a critical artscape, Routledge, pp. 72-86. ISBN: 9781138236219

2017
Unpacking Conflictual Consensus in Berlin’s Cultural Policy-making. In: Ada, Serhan (ed.): Cultural Policy and Management Yearbook, Istanbul Bilgi University Cultural Policy and Management Research Center, pp. 28-37. ISBN: 9786053994879

2016
Articulations in Berlin’s Independent Art Scene On New Collective Actors in the Art Field. In: International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. 36, Issue 9/10, pp. 596-612. DOI: 10.1108/IJSSP-11-2015-0120

2015
Interventionen als kreative Praxisform: Die Suche nach Neuheit als gesellschaftliches Phänomen, In: Reinermann, Julia-Lena, Friederike Behr (ed.): Experimentalstadt, Springer VS, co-author Henning Mohr, pp. 59-79.

2015
Kunstorte im Kampf um die Zukunft: Konsequenzen für Berlins (kultur- und raum-) politische Agenda, In: Common – Journal für Kunst und Öffentlichkeit, co-author Henning Mohr, pp. 44-54.

2015
Interventionen als Kunst des urbanen Handelns? Rezension zu Judith Laister / Anton Lederer / Margarethe Makovec (Hg.) (2014): Die Kunst des urbanen Handelns / The Art of Urban Intervention. In: suburban. Zeitschrift für kritische Stadtforschung, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 173-178.

2015
Tagging the City. Berlin’s Independent Scene Rising for A City Tax for the Arts. In: EdgeCondition, Creative Placemaking Special Issue, Vol. 5, 2015, pp. 118-121.

2013
Artist Networks in Berlin, In: van den Berg, Karen, Ursula Pasero (ed.): Art Production Beyond the Art Market, Sternberg Press, (co-author Hergen Wöbken), pp. 165-189.

2013
Galerienstudie 2013. Eine Positionsbestimmung., IFSE Publishing, co-author Hergen Wöbken

Presentations and Public Talks (selection)

10/2017
Guest Lecture, Re-Articulating Berlin’s Cultural Politics: Exploring Policy Interventions from the Independent Art Scene, Norwich University, CityLab, Berlin

04/2017
Guest Lecture, Art City Berlin: Navigating Conflicts between Cultural Contexts, Actors & Policies, Fordham University, New York

04/2017
Conference Presentation, Policy Failure As Conflictual Consensus:
An A(nta)gonistic Approach to Cultural Policymaking in Berlin., American Association of Geographers (AAG), Boston

04/2017
Conference Presentation, Interscalar intermediation: the case of ZK/U in Berlin as a local cultural anchor, American Association of Geographers (AAG), Boston, co-presenter Dr. Alison Bain

03/2017
Conference Presentation, Conflictual Collectivization: Re-Articulating Berlin’s Cultural Politics, unsettled conference, Technical University of Vienna

11/2016
Panel Discussion, Ihr.Musik und Teilhabe, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester, Berlin

10/2016
International Roundtable Participation, UrbanTOPIAS. Discussing the Challenges of Changing Cities, Center for Metropolitan Studies, Berlin

10/2016
Conference Presentation, Complementary Critiques: Collective Artist Formations in Berlin's Cultural Politics, UrbanTOPIAS. Discussing the Challenges of Changing Cities, Center for Metropolitan Studies, Berlin

09/2016
Guest Lecture, Unpacking Shifts in Berlin’s Cultural
Ecology: New Actors, New Communities, New Policies, CITY Talks, Toronto

09/2016
Expert Input, Wie kann eine gerechte Kulturförderung aussehen?, Radialsystem Berlin

08/2016
Conference Presentation, Artists, temporality, and the governance of collaborative place-making, Royal Geographical Society (RGS), London

05/2016
Presentation of Qualitative Study, Kollaboration, Kontinuität & Kontinuen, Performing Arts Festival, Berlin

05/2016
Expert Input, Kollaborative Governance & Kommunikationsprozesse  in partizipativen Stakeholderprozessen, Senatskanzlei für Kulturelle Angelegenheiten, Berlin

04/2016
Conference Presentation, Diversifying the Stage of Policymaking - A New Policy Network in Berlin’s Cultural Field, American Association of Geographers (AAG), San Francisco

04/2016
Conference Presentation, Negotiating the ‘Creative City’ The Case of Berlin’s Cultural and Creative Governance, American Association of Geographers (AAG), San Francisco, co-presenter Dr. Janet Merkel

11/2015
Research Input, Artists at the Center: Moving from the Margins to Inclusion, Artist-Run Centres & Collectives of Ontario, Toronto

07/2015
Panel Discussion, Art and Research: What role does research play in supporting artists?, East Street Arts, Leeds, UK

05/2015
Conference Presentation, Artist Advocacy – Two Perspectives on Recognizing Artists as Professionals, This is Paradise, Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Toronto, co-presenter Kristian Clarke

05/2015
Conference Presentation, Artist Advocacy – Two Perspectives on Recognizing Artists as Professionals, Dream Big North Conference, North Bay, Ontario, Canada, co-presenter Kristian Clarke

04/2015
Conference Presentation, Articulations in Berlin’s Independent Art Scene On New Collective Actors in the Art Field, American Association of Geographers (AAG), Chicago

11/2014
Kreative Interventionen für neue Klimakulturen, KWI Essen
INTERVENTION ALS KREATIVE PRAXISFORM |
Auf der permanenten Suche nach Neuheit (co-presenter Henning Mohr)

05/2014
Canadian Sociological Association (CSA), Congress for Social Sciences, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
Artistic Articulations In Cultural Policy-Making

Dissertation

Artistic Articulations in Cultural Policy-Making.
On the Constitution of Collective Actors between Politics and the Political.

The central goal of my dissertation is to sketch the relational a(nta)gonistic relationships between Berlin’s cultural and administrative protagonists. By means of semi-structured interviews, participatory observation and policy document analyses, I examine how Berlin’s contemporary cultural policy is (co)produced through the articulatory practices of artist initiatives and organizations. Koalition der Freien Szene (Coalition of the Independent Scene; KFS), a multi-disciplinary coalition of Berlin-based artists founded in 2012, is examined as empirical case study to delineate the processes of political articulation and collectivization amongst artists in Berlin. The specific case of the City Tax, a levy imposed on tourist overnight stays since 2014, is analyzed as the policy issue illustrative of a potentially new form of deliberative cultural policy-making between Berlin’s cultural stakeholders and Senatskanzlei für Kulturelle Angelegenheiten (Senate Chancellery for Cultural Affairs, SKA). In the fall of 2013, KFS had organized a campaign advocating for directing the newly generated City Tax revenue towards additional funding for the independent scene, which is currently heavily under-funded in contrast to cultural institutions.

Research Questions
How did KFS emerge? Why now? Which mechanisms of equivalence/difference, inclusion/exclusion and articulation/disarticulation does KFS use to participate or intervene into Berlin’s cultural policy-making? How does SKA evaluate this (new) form of dialogue? What is SKA’s understanding and vision of Berlin as a ‘Creative City’? How are these (official) notions of Berlin as a ‘Creative City’ contested by the diverse communities of artists and cultural workers? How does KFS articulate its political critique and demands differently in relation or contrast to other, ‘older’ cultural protagonists such as Rat für die Künste or Haben und Brauchen?

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