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Born 1968 in Duisdorf/Bonn. Lives in Dortmund and [[Berlin]]. After having worked since 1993 as an independent curator and author focussing on media art, net cultures and Eastern Europe, Inke Arns (Dr. / PhD) since January 2005 is the artistic director of Hartware MedienKunstVerein in Dortmund, Germany (www.hmkv.de). Member of [[Mikro]] collective.
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'''Inke Arns''' (1968, Duisdorf/Bonn) is a curator and director of [http://www.hmkv.de HMKV (Hartware MedienKunstVerein)] in [[Dortmund]], where she worked as artistic director from 2005-2017. She has worked internationally as an independent curator, writer and theorist specializing in media art, net cultures, and Eastern Europe since 1993. She lived in [[Paris]] (1982-1986), graduated from high school in West-Berlin in 1988, studied Russian literature, Eastern European studies, political science, and art history in [[Berlin]] and [[Amsterdam]] (1988-1996) and in 2004 obtained her PhD from the Humboldt University in Berlin, with a thesis focusing on a paradigmatic shift in the way artists reflected the historical avant-garde and the notion of utopia in visual and media art projects of the 1980s and 1990s in (ex-)Yugoslavia and Russia.
  
After spending four years in Paris (1982-86) she studied Eastern European cultural studies, Slavistics, Political Science, and Art History at the Free University Berlin and the University of Amsterdam (Erasmus scholarship 1992); 1996 M.A. thesis Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK) - analysis of their artistic strategies in the context of Yugoslavia in the 1980s (published 2002). 1998-2000 PhD grant of the Berlin Senate (NaFöG). 2000-2001 lecturer at the Institute of Slavistics at the Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany. 2002-2004 guest-lecturer at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst (HGB) Leipzig. In 2004 she completed her PhD degree at the Institute of Slavistics of the Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany. Her dissertation, entitled Objects in the Mirror may be Closer Than They Appear: The Avant-garde in the Rear View Mirror, researches a paradigmatic shift in the way artists reflect the historical avant-garde and the notion of utopia in visual and media art projects of the 1980s and 1990s in (ex-)Yugoslavia and Russia (forthcoming in Slovenian translation by Maska, Ljubljana, in 2006).
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She curated exhibitions at home and abroad, a.o. at the Bauhaus (Dessau), Moderna galerija (Ljubljana), Künstlerhaus Bethanien (Berlin), Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum (Hagen), Museum of Contemporary Art (Belgrade), HMKV (Dortmund), Centre for Contemporary Arts – CCA (Glasgow), KW Institute for Contemporary Art (Berlin), Videotage (Hong Kong), Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina (Novi Sad), Centre for Contemporary Art Zamek Ujazdowski (Warsaw), Contemporary Art Centre CAC (Vilnius), La Panacée (Montpellier), Jeu de Paume (Paris), Autocenter (Berlin), Kunsthall Charlottenborg (Kopenhagen), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), Muzeum Sztuki (Łodz), NCCA (Yekaterinburg), La Gaîté Lyrique (Paris), BOZAR (Brussels), [[MU]] (Eindhoven).
  
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International exhibitions include, e.g. ''[[Ostranenie]]'' (1993), ''[[Medienbiennale Leipzig]]'' (1994), ''[[V2 East Meeting on Documentation and Archives of Media Art in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe]]'' (1996), ''[[Update 2.0]]'' (2000), ''IRWIN: Retroprinciple 1983-2003'' (2003-2004), ''[[Readme]]'' (2005), ''What is Modern Art? (Group Show)'' (2006), ''The Wonderful World of irational.org'' (2006-2012), ''History Will Repeat Itself'' (2007-2008), ''Anna Kournikova ... Art in the Age of Intellectual Property'' (2008), ''“Awake are only the Spirits” – On Ghosts and their Media'' (2009), ''Building Memory'' (2009-2010), ''Arctic Perspective'' (2010), ''Barbara Breitenfellner: Traum einer Ausstellung'' (2011), ''The Oil Show'' (2011), ''Artur Zmijewski: Democracies'' (2012), ''Suzanne Treister: HEXEN 2.0'' (2012), ''Francis Hunger: History has left the Building'' (2012), ''Sounds Like Silence (John Cage – 4’33” – Silence today / 1912 – 1952 – 2012)'' (2012), ''His Master’s Voice: On Voice and Language'' (2013-2015), ''INDUSTRIAL (Research)'' (2013), ''Evil Clowns'' (2014), ''Whistleblowers & Vigilantes'' (2016), ''The World Without Us'' (2016), ''Dan Perjovschi: The Hard/er Drawing'' (2016), ''alien matter'' (transmediale, 2017), ''The Brutalism Appreciation Society'' (2017), ''Afro-Tech and the Future of Re-Invention'' (2017), ''The Border'' (2017-2019), ''The Storming of the Winter Palace – Forensics of an Image'' (2017-18), ''Computer Grrrls'' (2018-19), ''The Alt-Right Complex'' (2019), ''The 12th Time Zone'' (2019), ''Artists & Agents: Performance Art and Secret Services'' (2019).
  
http://www.projects.v2.nl/~arns/
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Awards: In 2019, together with Igor Chubarov and Sylvia Sasse, Inke Arns was awarded the [https://www.hmkv.de/_pdf/Presse/2019/PM_Justus-Bier-Preis-2018.pdf Justus Bier Award for Curators 2018] for the project The Storming of the Winter Palace. HMKV received the [https://kunstvereine.de/en/adkv-art-cologne-award-for-kunstvereine?id=20 ADKV-ART COLOGNE Award for art associations 2017]. In 2017, HMKV was nominated for the sixth time for this Award (after nominations in 2007, 2008, 2011, 2013, and 2014). In 2013 HMKV reveived an Honorable Mention in the framework of this Award. In 2013, HMKV’s exhibition ''Sounds Like Silence. John Cage – 4’33” – Silence Today'' was awarded the [http://aica.kuk.net/english/meld/index.php?id=186 Exceptional Exhibition of the Year 2012] prize by the German section of AICA (International Art Critics’ Association). In 2011 HMKV received the JUMP Annual Sponsorship Award for Art Organisations funded by the Arts Foundation of North Rhine-Westphalia (Kunststiftung NRW).
  
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Inke Arns taught at universities and art academies in Berlin, Leipzig, Zurich, Rotterdam, and Amsterdam (2000-2017), and has lectured and published internationally. Books include ''Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK) – eine Analyse ihrer künstlerischen Strategien im Kontext der 1980er Jahre in Jugoslawien'' (Museum Ostdeutsche Galerie, 2002), ''Netzkulturen'' (Europäische Verlagsanstalt, 2002), ''Objects in the mirror may be closer than they appear! Die Avantgarde im Rückspiegel'' (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 2004).
  
[[Category:Media culture writers|Arns, Inke]]
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Member of the ADKV Board of Directors, Berlin; Advisory Committee of the Net Art Anthology, Rhizome, New York; Board of Trustees of the Kunststiftung NRW, Düsseldorf; Advisory Board of the Jan Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht; Advisory Board (Visual Art) of the Goethe-Institute, Munich; Board of Trustees of the Stiftung Choreographisches Zentrum NRW, Essen; International Editorial Board of Maska, Journal of Performing Arts, Ljubljana. She was also a member of Fischbüro, Berlin (1987-1988), founding member of the [[Syndicate]] network (1996-2001), founding member of the ''Who by Fire?'' network initiated by the ICA-Dunaujvaros (12/1997), co-founder of the Berlin-based association for the advancement of new media cultures [[Mikro e.V.]] (3/1998), and a co-founder of the mailing list for media culture in Deep Europe ''[[Spectre]]'' (08/2001). [http://en.inkearns.de/home/contact/cv/ (2019)]
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==Publications==
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; Books
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* ''Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK) – eine Analyse ihrer künstlerischen Strategien im Kontext der 1980er Jahre in Jugoslawien'', Regensburg: Museum Ostdeutsche Galerie, 2002. {{de}}
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* ''Netzkulturen'', Hamburg: Europäische Verlagsanstalt, 2002. [http://home.snafu.de/inke/Netzkulturen/] {{de}}
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* ''[http://edoc.hu-berlin.de/docviews/abstract.php?id=20894 Objects in the Mirror May Be Closer Than They Appear! Die Avantgarde im Rückspiegel. Zum Paradigmenwechsel der künstlerischen Avantgarderezeption in (Ex-) Jugoslawien und Russland von den 1980er Jahren bis in die Gegenwart]'', Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 2004. PhD Dissertation. {{de}}
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** ''Avantgarda v vzvratnem ogledalu'', trans. Mojca Dobnikar, Ljubljana: Maska, 2006, 320 pp. {{sl}}
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; Editorial work
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* [http://en.inkearns.de/home/publications/editing/ list of publications]
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; Essays (selection)
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* [http://web.archive.org/web/20151210011030/http://www.medienkunstnetz.de/themes/overview_of_media_art/communication/scroll/ "Interaction, Participation, Networking: Art and Telecommunication"], trans. Tom Morrison, ''Media Art Net'', 2002.  {{en}}
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* [http://web.archive.org/web/20151210011030/http://www.medienkunstnetz.de/themes/overview_of_media_art/society/scroll/ "Social Technologies. Deconstruction, subversion, and the utopia of democratic communication"], trans. Michael Robinson, ''Media Art Net'', 2003.  {{en}}
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* [http://en.inkearns.de/home/publications/essays-in-books-catalogues/ more], [http://en.inkearns.de/home/publications/articles-in-periodicals/ more]
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==Links==
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* [http://www.inkearns.de/ Personal website]
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* [https://twitter.com/IArns Twitter]
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[[Category:Writers]] [[Category:Art history]] {{DEFAULTSORT:Arns, Inke}}

Latest revision as of 22:31, 15 December 2021

Inke Arns (1968, Duisdorf/Bonn) is a curator and director of HMKV (Hartware MedienKunstVerein) in Dortmund, where she worked as artistic director from 2005-2017. She has worked internationally as an independent curator, writer and theorist specializing in media art, net cultures, and Eastern Europe since 1993. She lived in Paris (1982-1986), graduated from high school in West-Berlin in 1988, studied Russian literature, Eastern European studies, political science, and art history in Berlin and Amsterdam (1988-1996) and in 2004 obtained her PhD from the Humboldt University in Berlin, with a thesis focusing on a paradigmatic shift in the way artists reflected the historical avant-garde and the notion of utopia in visual and media art projects of the 1980s and 1990s in (ex-)Yugoslavia and Russia.

She curated exhibitions at home and abroad, a.o. at the Bauhaus (Dessau), Moderna galerija (Ljubljana), Künstlerhaus Bethanien (Berlin), Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum (Hagen), Museum of Contemporary Art (Belgrade), HMKV (Dortmund), Centre for Contemporary Arts – CCA (Glasgow), KW Institute for Contemporary Art (Berlin), Videotage (Hong Kong), Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina (Novi Sad), Centre for Contemporary Art Zamek Ujazdowski (Warsaw), Contemporary Art Centre CAC (Vilnius), La Panacée (Montpellier), Jeu de Paume (Paris), Autocenter (Berlin), Kunsthall Charlottenborg (Kopenhagen), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), Muzeum Sztuki (Łodz), NCCA (Yekaterinburg), La Gaîté Lyrique (Paris), BOZAR (Brussels), MU (Eindhoven).

International exhibitions include, e.g. Ostranenie (1993), Medienbiennale Leipzig (1994), V2 East Meeting on Documentation and Archives of Media Art in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe (1996), Update 2.0 (2000), IRWIN: Retroprinciple 1983-2003 (2003-2004), Readme (2005), What is Modern Art? (Group Show) (2006), The Wonderful World of irational.org (2006-2012), History Will Repeat Itself (2007-2008), Anna Kournikova ... Art in the Age of Intellectual Property (2008), “Awake are only the Spirits” – On Ghosts and their Media (2009), Building Memory (2009-2010), Arctic Perspective (2010), Barbara Breitenfellner: Traum einer Ausstellung (2011), The Oil Show (2011), Artur Zmijewski: Democracies (2012), Suzanne Treister: HEXEN 2.0 (2012), Francis Hunger: History has left the Building (2012), Sounds Like Silence (John Cage – 4’33” – Silence today / 1912 – 1952 – 2012) (2012), His Master’s Voice: On Voice and Language (2013-2015), INDUSTRIAL (Research) (2013), Evil Clowns (2014), Whistleblowers & Vigilantes (2016), The World Without Us (2016), Dan Perjovschi: The Hard/er Drawing (2016), alien matter (transmediale, 2017), The Brutalism Appreciation Society (2017), Afro-Tech and the Future of Re-Invention (2017), The Border (2017-2019), The Storming of the Winter Palace – Forensics of an Image (2017-18), Computer Grrrls (2018-19), The Alt-Right Complex (2019), The 12th Time Zone (2019), Artists & Agents: Performance Art and Secret Services (2019).

Awards: In 2019, together with Igor Chubarov and Sylvia Sasse, Inke Arns was awarded the Justus Bier Award for Curators 2018 for the project The Storming of the Winter Palace. HMKV received the ADKV-ART COLOGNE Award for art associations 2017. In 2017, HMKV was nominated for the sixth time for this Award (after nominations in 2007, 2008, 2011, 2013, and 2014). In 2013 HMKV reveived an Honorable Mention in the framework of this Award. In 2013, HMKV’s exhibition Sounds Like Silence. John Cage – 4’33” – Silence Today was awarded the Exceptional Exhibition of the Year 2012 prize by the German section of AICA (International Art Critics’ Association). In 2011 HMKV received the JUMP Annual Sponsorship Award for Art Organisations funded by the Arts Foundation of North Rhine-Westphalia (Kunststiftung NRW).

Inke Arns taught at universities and art academies in Berlin, Leipzig, Zurich, Rotterdam, and Amsterdam (2000-2017), and has lectured and published internationally. Books include Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK) – eine Analyse ihrer künstlerischen Strategien im Kontext der 1980er Jahre in Jugoslawien (Museum Ostdeutsche Galerie, 2002), Netzkulturen (Europäische Verlagsanstalt, 2002), Objects in the mirror may be closer than they appear! Die Avantgarde im Rückspiegel (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 2004).

Member of the ADKV Board of Directors, Berlin; Advisory Committee of the Net Art Anthology, Rhizome, New York; Board of Trustees of the Kunststiftung NRW, Düsseldorf; Advisory Board of the Jan Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht; Advisory Board (Visual Art) of the Goethe-Institute, Munich; Board of Trustees of the Stiftung Choreographisches Zentrum NRW, Essen; International Editorial Board of Maska, Journal of Performing Arts, Ljubljana. She was also a member of Fischbüro, Berlin (1987-1988), founding member of the Syndicate network (1996-2001), founding member of the Who by Fire? network initiated by the ICA-Dunaujvaros (12/1997), co-founder of the Berlin-based association for the advancement of new media cultures Mikro e.V. (3/1998), and a co-founder of the mailing list for media culture in Deep Europe Spectre (08/2001). (2019)

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