Press Release

Mit dem anderen Blick


May 18, 2013, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
At the Institute of Cultural Inquiry
Presentation and Discussion will begin at 6:30pm

The Institute of Cultural Inquiry (ICI) presents Mit dem anderen Blick, a public presentation of our current Visualist-in-Residence, Christel Dillbohner’s practice-based research at the ICI.

The ICI’s “Visualist-in-Residence” (VIR) program offers artists, art theorists, writers, and other visual researchers and culture producers a chance to participate in studio-based visual research in a richly layered and mutable environment. The VIR ‘laboratory’ may function as an artist’s studio, a writing room, a space for gathering data or a quiet space for evaluation and contemplation depending on the needs of each individual project. At the Institute, VIRs are actively encouraged to expand current definitions of visual research and to borrow freely from ICI research practices as they develop aspects of their project in one or more of the following areas: Field work and Data Acquisition; Research and Analysis; Manipulation and Experimentation; Knowledge Transmission and Production; and Public Presentation and Publication. At the end of each residency, the VIRs are invited to present their ‘research’ in a public event/discussion session.

Christel Dillbohner’s VIR workspace and the materials associated with her findings will remain on display (by appointment only via until May 25, 2013. New applications for the Institute of Cultural Inquiry’s VIR program are being accepted through May 31, 2013. To apply, please send a detailed letter of interest to

All ICI public programs are free. Prompt arrival prior to program time is recommended. For questions regarding Mit dem anderen Blick or other ICI events, please contact

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