My writing on art and exhibitions has been published in German and English in the Austrian contemporary art journal dedicated to theory and criticism Die Springerin (AT), on Studio International (UK), on ArtUK, in the oldest German art magazine Weltkunst, in the German art trade gazette Kunst und Auktionen, on the online platforms Russian Art & Culture UK, The Courtauldian, Courtauld’s Views&Reviews Blog, on the blog of the Centre for the Study of Contemporary Art at UCL, and on Reflektor-M based in Munich. More texts have appeared in the daily business and financial newspaper City A.M. in London, in the Austrian daily newspaper Die Presse, and on the Diversity Mediawatch Austria platform M-Media.
I have also covered the Leveson Inquiry for the Guardian-award winning British student newspaper The River, and in 2012, I worked at the London Olympics at the equestrian venue, where I supported the world’s leading broadcasters such as NBC, BBC, Al Jazeera, ARD/ZDF, NINE, ASBU, ORF, Record TV, SWISS TV to produce footage and helped to conduct interviews with the athletes.
I am currently working on a fully-funded PhD project. My research explores aesthetic, ethical, and biopolitical issues. I am developing the notion of dressage whilst examining performance art, its documention and leftovers with a focus on horses and human, mainly from 1968. I tutor at the Drama, Theatre, and Dance department at Royal Holloway and at Kingston School of Art. I am currently the book and performance reviews editor of your PGR journal Platform at RHUL and I am involved in the editing process and cover design of Theatre Journal. Before commencing my PhD, I completed the Bavarian Elite Network MA programme Aisthesis as well as the MA in History of Art at UCL, and wrote and read for a BA in Journalism and Economics.