Dr. Anna-Maria Kanta

Juliane-und-Franz-Roh-Stipendiatin am Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, 1. Mai - 31. Juli 2019

Zimmer: 140b

Telefon: +49 (0)89-289-27564
Abteilung/en: Forschung
Gruppe/n: Stipendiaten


  • 2019
    PhD, Department of History of Art, University College London, UK
    PhD dissertation ‘Re-imagining the Public: West German Intermedia Practices in the 1960s and 1970s’ awarded with no corrections. Supervised by Dr. Sarah E. James.
  • 2014
    PhD research scholarship award, Onassis Foundation Greece
  • 2012
    MA in Museum Studies with Distinction National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
  • 2011
    MA in Contemporary Art Theory with Distinction Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
  • 2008
    Degree of Bachelor in Laws with Upper Second-Class Honours
    National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, GreeceSelected publications and presentations

Selected publications and presentations

  • ‘Ferdinand Kriwet’s Instructional Environments and the Search for the Collective Agent of Historical Change circa 1968,’ Pedagogy and Practice in the Long 1960s, AAH Annual Conference, University of Brighton, UK, 4 – 6 April 2019 [forthcoming].
  • ‘Roving Spectators, Mutable Signs: Ferdinand Kriwet’s Com.Mix.: die Welt der Schrift -und Zeichensprache,’ Postgraduate Work in Progress, University College London, UK, 12 May 2017.
  • ‘Décoll/age. Bulletin Aktueller Ideen: a manual for navigating the interstitial spaces between surviving and living.’ Object 18: Graduate Research and Reviews in the History of Art and Visual Culture (2016): 45-68.
  • ‘The concept of Museums and Collections as a field of reference in Institutional Critique.’ Archaeology & Arts 122 (2016): 110-117.
  • ‘Ferdinand Kriwet in Televisual Space: Mass Media, the Public as Sculpture and the Architecture of a Counter-Public Sphere,’ Putting Space into Action, University of Huddersfield, UK, 30 September 2016.
  • ‘Early Fluxus and the Ends of Communication: Wolf Vostell’s Journal décoll/age,’ upgrade lecture, History of Art Department, UCL, 21 June 2015.
  • ‘In the Belly of the Beast: The Museum as a Site for Critical Interventions,’ From Museum Critique to the Critical Museum, AAH Annual Conference, Milton Keynes, UK, 29 – 31 March 2012.

Teaching and Research Activities

  • 2017: Teaching Assistant for HART0032, Methodologies of Art History, Department of Art History, UCL (Autumn term)
  • 2017: Co-editor, Object 19: Graduate Research and Reviews in the History of Art and Visual Culture
  • 2016: Deputy editor, Object 18: Graduate Research and Reviews in the History of Art and Visual Culture