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  1. Larsen, Ane Hejlskov

    Avant-garde (Fluxus, repetition, Per Kirkeby), Contemporary art (Postmodern Art), Digital museology (Virtual museums, their history and technology), Museum communication (Cybermuseology), Museums (history, layout, architecture, functions)

    • Lægring, Kasper

      Avant-garde (Adolf Loos, Collage, Denise Scott Brown, Rem Koolhaas, Robert Venturi, Surrealism), Architecture, Contemporary art (Biomorph architecture, Contemporary architecture, Digital architecture, Hal Foster, Tectonic culture), Cultural theory (Collective memory, Memory studies), Design (Arts and Crafts, Bauhaus, Frank Lloyd Wright), Germany (Urban history of Berlin), Golden Age (Genre painting), High and low culture, Historiography (Charles Jencks, Manfredo Tafuri, Reyner Banham, Sigfried Giedion), History of aesthetics after 1735 (Christoph Menke, Empathy, Nelson Goodman, The sublime), Interpretation, Modern aesthetics (starting with Baumgarten) (Christoph Menke, Empathy, Nelson Goodman, The sublime), Modernity (Critical Theory, Frankfurt School), Modernity, late modernity and post-modernity (Fredric Jameson, Manfredo Tafuri, Odo Marquard, Thomas P. Brockelman), Museums (history, layout, architecture, functions) (Museum architecture), Philosophical aesthetics, Philosophical aesthetics, The aesthetic in the modern world (Gesamtkunstwerk, Monumentality, Theatricality), The concept of the work, Urban history (Garden city, Metropolis, Urbanism), Urban history (Megalopolis), Visual analysis (Vilhelm Wanscher), Visual art (Genre painting), history of art (Danish Golden Age, Dutch Golden Age, Romanticism)

      • Wamberg, Jacob

        Avant-garde (Bioart, Cubism and Futurism, Duchamp, Land Art), History of historical understanding (Art historiography), Theory and History of Aesthetics (Art, technology, nature, Big History, Biosemiotics, Cultural Evolution, Deep History, Posthumanism), Virtual reality, augmented reality, interactive space (Bioart), Visual analysis