img-logo-top-07.png
Florian Bettel | Print |

Florian BettelFlorian Bettel was born in 1979, studied at the Salzburg University of Applied Sciences and at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, and holds a doctoral degree in Sociology of Art and Culture. Starting in May 2012 he will work as Senior Scientist at the University of Salzburg in the programme “Science and Art”. Former occupations include: researcher in the project “Living Rooms: The Art of Mobilizing Belonging(s)” (funded by the Vienna Science and Technology Fund, 2010–2012), project collaborator at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, and freelance artist and designer in Berlin. His work focuses on the history of technology, cultures of dwelling, sepulchral culture, as well as artistic and curatorial activities.

Publications (Selection)

Florian Bettel: “Der ‘vollkommenen’ Welt um einen großen Schritt näher.” Die Rohrpost am Arbeitsplatz in fünf Darstellungen. In: Blätter für Technikgeschichte 73. Technisches Museum Wien, Vienna 2012, p. 127–148.

Florian Bettel (Ed. as member of the project “Living Rooms”): Living Rooms. catalogue of exhibition, self-publishing, Vienna 2011.

Florian Bettel: Anmerkungen zur Eroberung des Untergrunds. Der geplante pneumatische Leichentransport zum Wiener Zentralfriedhof. In: Gerald Bast, Florian Bettel, Barbara Hollendonner (Ed.): UNI*VERS. Junge Forschung in Wissenschaft und Kunst. Springer, Vienna/New York 2010, p. 133–150.

Florian Bettel: Good News, Everyone! Dissertieren an der Angewandten. In: Gerald Bast, Brigitte Felderer (Ed.): ART and NOW. Über die Zukunft künstlerischer Produktivitätsstrategien. Springer, Vienna/New York 2010, p. 201–206.

Curatorial Activities (Selection)

2011: Exhibition: 3840 x 800. In collaboration with Julia Rosenberger, Reumannhof Vienna.

2011: Exhibition and Performance: Living Rooms. In collaboration with Julia Rosenberger and gangart, Reumannhof Vienna.

2007–2008: Exhibition and event series: GAMES. Art and Politics of Games. In collaboration with Mathias Fuchs (Manchester, UK) and Ernst Strouhal (Vienna), Kunsthalle Wien (Exhibition: May–July 2008).

Mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it