Andrea Sick

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Most Recent Affiliation(s):

  • Bremen University of Arts (Germany), Media and Cultural History

ISEA Bio(s) Available:

  • ISEA2023

    Andrea Sick has been a professor of Media and Cultural History and Theory at the University of the Arts Bremen (HfK Bremen) since 2009. She heads the Binational Artistic PhD Program at HfK Bremen, working in cooperation with international partners. Her main work and research interests cover the relationship between technological media and cultural (artistic) production; the transitions between art, biology, and information technology discourses; the interfaces of scientific and cultural activities; practices of archiving (collaborative knowledge [production] and scores in artistic context); and queer studies. Sick studied German language and literature, politics, cultural sciences, and the history of art at the universities of Heidelberg, Bremen, and Hamburg. In 2001 she obtained a doctoral degree at Hamburg University in Media Studies with a dissertation on the interactions between knowledge (production) and cartography. One of Sick’s main research projects is The Dynamic Archive. Together with Ralf Baecker and Dennis Paul, she has been curating the Salon Digital: Reenactments in Art, Science and Technology ( since 2016. She is also the editor of the Manifestos Publication (

Last Known Location:

  • Bremen, Germany


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