Nina Zschocke
Curriculum vitae

RECENT
- Digital Matters - Digitale Materialität, Internationales Symposium, ETH Zürich, 09.05.2022, mit Beiträgen von Ralf Baecker, Benjamin Dillenburger, Madeline Gannon, Fabio Gramazio, Mireille Hildebrandt, Inge Hinterwaldner, Karin Sander, Georg Vrachliotis, Nina Zschocke.
Panel discussion with special guests Maarten Delbeke and Angelica Hinterbrandner.
Videodokumentation: https://video.ethz.ch/events/2022/materiality.html
Dokumentation der Performance von M. Gannon: https://dfab.ch/news/robot-performance-other-natures

- FS 2022, Vorlesung, Kunst- und Architekturgeschichte: Digital Matters, Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich Hönggerberg, Mon. 10-11 am, HIL E6.


CURRICULUM VITAE

Present Position

- Scientific Collaborator and Lecturer, Institute for the History and Theory or Architecture, ETH Zurich.

Previous

- Sabbatical Replacement, Chair of the History of Art and Architecture, Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich.

- Spring Semester 2017, Lecturer, Institute for the History of Art and Music, University of Fribourg/CH.

- Spring Semester 2016: Lecturer, Institute for History of Art, University of Zurich, CH.

- Fall Semester 2015: Sabbatical replacement, Chair of the History of Art and Architecture,
Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich.

- 2015-2017: Associate faculty member of the Center for History of Knowledge (ZGW) at ETH and University of Zurich, CH (https://www.zgw.ethz.ch).

- 2012-2015: Scientific Coordinator of: Doctoral Program in the History and Theory of Architecture, ETH Zurich, CH (http://doctoral-program.gta.arch.ethz.ch/).

- 2008-2014: Scientific Coordinator of: Doctoral Program ProDoc Art&Science (SNF), http://www.prodoc.gta.arch.ethz.ch/home/information.

- 2001-2015: PostDoc/Lecturer, Institute for the History and Theory or Architecture, ETH Zurich, CH.

- 2008-2011: PostDoc/Lecturer, Institute of History of Art, University of Zurich, CH.

- 2007-2008: Research Fellow, Italian Academy for Advanced Studies, Columbia University, New York City, USA.

- 2006-2007: Visiting Scholar, Laboratory of Neurobiology, University College London, UK.

- 2005-2006: Research&Teaching Assistant, Institute of History of Art, University of Zurich, CH.

- 2006 – Ph.D. (Dr. phil.) in Art History, University of Cologne, D.

- 2001-2004: Research&Editorial Assistant, MARS - Exploratory Media Lab, IMK, Fraunhofer-
Gesellschaft, Sankt Augustin, D.

- 1999 – M.A. (Magister Artium) in Art History, Cultural Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Cologne, D.

- 1996-1997 – Studies: Art History and Cultural Anthropology at University College London, UK.

- 1993-1999 – Studies: Art History, Cultural Anthropology, Archaeology, at University of Cologne, D.


Teaching

- FS 2022, Lecture Class, History of Art and Architecture VI: Digital Matters, Architecture MSc,
Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich.

- FS 2022, Studio (Subject Semester), Grounded Theories, Architecture MSc, Department of Architecture,ETH Zurich, with Philip Ursprung, Berit Seidel, Tim Klauser, Adam Jasper Smith.

- FS 2021, Lecture Class, History of Art and Architecture VI: Digital Matters, Architecture MSc,
Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich, with interventions by U5.

- FS 2021, Studio (Subject Semester), Exhibit Inhabit, Architecture MSc, Department of Architecture,ETH Zurich, with Philip Ursprung, Berit Seidel, Tim Klauser, Adam Jasper Smith.

- FS 2020, Vorlesung, Kunst- und Architekturgeschichte VI: Digital Matters, Studiengang Architektur Master, Departement Architektur, ETH Zürich.

- FS 2020, Vorlesung, Architektur VI / Architekturgeschichte und -theorie VI, zus. m. Adam Jasper, , Studiengang Architektur Bachelor, Departement Architektur, ETH Zürich.

- FS 2020, Seminar, Don18 Gespräche zur Kunst und Architektur, zus. m. Berit Seidel und Helene Romakin, Departement Architektur, ETH Zürich.

- HS 2020, Masterarbeit, Begleitfach Kunst- und Architekturgeschichte, zus. m. Philip Ursprung, Tim Klauser, Berit Seidel, Adam Jasper, Departement Architektur, ETH Zürich.

- HS 2020, Studio (Subject Semester), Who Cares? Architecture and Care. A collective Manifesto,
Architecture MSc, Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich, with Philip Ursprung et al.

- HS 2020, Wahlfach- und Vertiefungsarbeiten, Kunst- und Architekturgeschichte, Departement Architektur, ETH Zürich.

- FS 2019, Lecture Class, History of Art and Architecture VI: Digital Matters, Department of Architecture, ETH Zürich.

- FS 2019, Seminar, Don18 Conversations on Kunst und Architektur, w. Tim Klauser, Berit Seidel, Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich.

- HS 2018, Master Thesis, Ancillary Subject: History of Art and Architecture, w. Philip Ursprung, Tim Klauser, Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich.

- FS 2018, Lecture class, History of Art and Architecture: the 1990s, Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich.

- FS 2018, Seminar: Don18 - conversations on art and architecture, Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich.

- HS 2017, Lecture class, History of Art and Architecture: Media!, Department of Architecture, ETH Zürich.

- HS 2017, Master Thesis, Ancillary Subject: History of Art and Architecture, w. Philip Ursprung, Tim Klauser, Berit Seidel, Department of Architecture, ETH Zürich.

- FS 2017, Lecture class, Einführungsvorlesung Kunstgeschichte der Moderne und Gegenwart: Kunst und Wissenschaft, Institute for the History of Art and Music, University of Fribourg/CH.

- FS 2017, Seminar, When Institutional Critique becomes Form, Department of Architecture, ETH Zurich, with Emily E. Scott.

- FS 2017, Master Thesis, Ancillary Subject: History of Art and Architecture, w. Philip Ursprung and Tim Klauser.

- FS 2016, Lecture class, Prothesen und Anweisungen. Kunst und Erfahrungsproduktion im 20. und 21. Jahrhundert, Institute for History of Art, University of Zurich, CH.

- FS 2016, Seminar, Unter dem Radar. Die Kunst und Architektur der Unterwanderung, 051-0320-16 Department of Architecture, ETH Zürich.

- HS 2015, Lecture class: VL Architektur V, 051-0125-00, Department of Architecture, ETH Zürich.

- HS 2015, Master Thesis - Design Studio B, Ancillary Subject: History of Art and Architecture, w. Dipl. Ing. Tim Klauser, M.F.A. Tobias Wootton.

- HS 2014, Seminar, Wahlfach: Architecture in the Expandend Field (051-0317-14), ETH Zürich, w. Dr. Emily E. Scott.

- Since HS 2013, Wahlfacharbeit: Kunst- und Architekturgeschichte (063-0317-14/15), ETH Zürich, with Dipl. Ing. Berit Seidel, Dr. Dora Imhof, Dipl. Ing. Tim Klauser, Dr. Emily E. Scott, Dr. Alla Vronskaya.

- HS 2012, Method Seminar for Phd students (064-0005-12), ETH Zürich, w. Prof. Philip Ursprung.

- HS 2010, Proseminar (Grundstudium) : Zelluloid und Algorithmus. Alte Medien/Neue Medien in Fotografie, Film und Videokunst. Institute for History of Art, University of Zurich, w. Dr. Dora Imhof.

- HS 2009, Seminar (Grund- und Hauptstudium): An der Grenze zum Unbekannten. Das rätselhafte Objekt in der Kunst des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts. Institute for History of Art, University of Zurich, CH.

- HS 2006, Seminar (Grund- und Hauptstudium): Cyberwar und Kinderspiel. 25 Jahre digitale Medienkunst. Institute for History of Art, University of Zurich, CH.

- SS 2006, Seminar (Hauptstudium): Texte zur Kunst, Institute for History of Art, University of Zurich, w. Prof. Philip Ursprung.

- HS 2005, Seminar (Hauptstudium): Kunstgeschichte und Naturauffassung. w. Prof. Philip Ursprung und Prof. Michael Hagner, Institute for History of Art, University of Zurich / Center for History of Knowledge (ZGW), University of Zurich & ETH Zurich.

- 2012-2015 Coordination of the Doctoral Program in History & Theory of Architecture, Departement Architecture, ETH Zürich (Durchführung von Kritiksitzungen, Workshops, Kolloquien).

- Concept and realization of the doctoral program ProDoc Art&Science I (2008-2011) und II (2011-2014), SNF, with Prof. Philip Ursprung, Prof. Bernd Nicolai, Prof. Dario Gamboni, Prof. Vincent Barras, Prof. Victor Stoichita.

- Since 2008 co-supervision of doctoral students at the chair for History of Art and Architecture, Prof. P. Ursprung at University of Zurich and ETH Zurich.


Individual Grants
2006 – 2008 Research Fellowship of the German Research Foundation (DFG)
2000 – 2002 PhD Scholarship Award, Graduiertenförderung NRW
Collaborative Grants
2007-2011: doctoral program ProDoc Art&Science I (SNF), with others, principal applicant: Prof. Philip Ursprung
2011-2014: doctoral program ProDoc Art&Science II (SNF), with others, principal applicant: Prof. Philip Ursprung

International Conferences & Guest lectures (Concept,Organisation,Moderation)

- Digital Matters - Digitale Materialität, International Symposium, ETH Zürich, 09.05.2022, with contributions by: Ralf Baecker, Benjamin Dillenburger, Madeline Gannon, Fabio Gramazio, Mireille Hildebrandt, Inge Hinterwaldner, Karin Sander, Georg Vrachliotis, Nina Zschocke.
Panel discussion with special guests Maarten Delbeke and Angelica Hinterbrandner.
Video documentation: https://video.ethz.ch/events/2022/materiality.html
Documentation, Performance by M. Gannon: https://dfab.ch/news/robot-performance-other-natures

- Don18 - Conversations on Art and Architecture, since 2006, ongoing
Series of artist & architect talks at Cabaret Voltaire, ETH Zurich and Migros Museum for Contemporary Art. http://www.ursprung.arch.ethz.ch/veranstaltungen

- Engadin Art Talks, Zuoz, Schweiz, 30 - 31. Januar 2016, zus. m. C. Bechtler, H. U. Obrist, B. Ruf, D. Baumann. Mit Beiträgen von: Alfredo Brillembourg, Pascale Marthine Tayou,
Eyal Weizman, Elli Mosayebi, Rachel Rose, Mohammed Ibrahim Mahama, Sylvie Fleury,
Christian Jankowski, Kaspar König, Giorgio Griffa, Michael Schindhelm.

- Artist’s Talk: Kunst, MOON Kyungwon & JEON Joonho im Gespräch, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zürich, 30. August 2015, zus. m. Heike Munder.

- Universal – specific. From analysis to intervention? International Conference, ProDoc Art&Science (SNF), ETH Zürich, Science City Campus, HIL, 14 - 15. November 2013.

- Section Chair: "Kunst", International Conference: Diversität. Geschichte und Aktualität eines Konzepts, Chateau de Dorigny, Université de Lausanne, 5 - 7. September 2013.

- Workshop for doctoral students & Guest Lecture: Prof Hans-Jörg Rheinberger (MPIWG Berlin)
ProDoc Art&Science, Université de Fribourg, 25 April 2013.

- Art/Architecture and Science since the 1960s. Guest Lectures and Workshop with Keller Easterling (Yale University), Francois Roche (R&Sie/n & GSAPP, Columbia University), Carsten Höller (artist, Stockholm), ETH Zurich / Cabaret Voltaire Zurich, 19.-20. december 2012.

- Doing Images. Guest Lecture and Workshop with Regula Burri (HCU, Hamburg), University of Lausanne, ProDoc Art&Science, march 2012.

- Ornament und Störung in Bild und Argumentation. Guest Lecture&Workshop with Christian Joschke
(Université Lyon 2) and Sonu Shamdasani (UCL), University of Lausanne, ProDoc Art&Science, april 2012 (w. V.Barras).

- Art & Science. Vergleichen. Übersetzen. Verknüpfen. Tagung und Workshop. Pro*Doc Art&Science, Universität Bern und Université de Fribourg 08-10. Dez. 2010 (w. Victor Stoichita, Maria Portmann, Dominik Boariu).

- Autorität und Rhetorik des Wissens. Tagung und Workshop. Pro*Doc Art&Science, Universität Bern 29.-30. Oktober 2009 (w. Bernd Nicolai, Markus Tubbesing, Tina Zürn).

- Para/-Proto-/Pseudo. Präfixe zur Relation von Kunst- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte. Tagung und Workshop. Pro*Doc Art&Science, Université de Lausanne/CHUV 28.-29. Mai 2009 (w. Vincent Barras, Jelena Martinovic, Matthias Sohr).

- Art & Science: mettre en scène, mettre en oeuvre. Workshop mit Prof. Bruno Latour. Pro*Doc Art&Science, Université de Genève 27.-28. März 2009 (w. Dario Gamboni, Nadine Franci Binder, Sarah Burkhalter, Céline Eidenbenz).

- Art & Science. Vortragsreihe des Pro*Doc Art&Science, an den Universitäten Lausanne, Zürich und Fribourg, HS 2008.

- Experience. Workshop mit Prof. Dr. Caroline Jones (MIT, Cambridge) im Rahmen des Pro*Doc Art&Science, am Schweizerischen Institut für Kunstwissenschaft, September 2008.

- Wissenschaft und Experiment. Workshop mit Prof. Dr. Hans-Jörg Rheinberger (MPIWG, Berlin) im Rahmen des Pro*Doc Art&Science, am (CHUV) Lausanne, November 2008.

- Repräsentation. Workshop mit Prof. Dr. James Elkins (SAIC, Chicago) im Rahmen des Pro*Doc Art&Science, am Schweizerischen Institut für Kunstwissenschaft, Dezember 2008.

- Science and Fiction – Schnittstellen zwischen Kunst, Forschung und Wissenschaft. Interdisziplinäre Vortragsreihe am Kunsthistorischen Institut der Universität Zürich, April–Juni 2006 (zus. mit Julia Gelshorn und Stefan Neuner).