Strecker Lucie

Artist Name

Strecker Lucie

Residency Program Title

The Persistence of Memory - Dementia and Digital Aid Tools for Decision-Making

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Institute Lab Title

IBME, URPP Dynamics of Healthy Aging, Memory Clinic of Stadtspital Waid

Artistic Background

Performance, Hybrid Art

Scientific Discipline

Biomedical Ethics, Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology, Neuroscience



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Lucie Strecker (* 1977 Berlin) works across media on experimental systems in art and science, especially in the field of performative arts. She lives and works in Vienna.

Her works, among others in cooperation with Klaus Spiess (Head of the Art/Science and Biomedia Program at the Medical University of Vienna) have been shown nationally and internationally: at the Beall Center for Art and Technology, Irvine, the Natural History Museum Vienna, the Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, the MAK, 21er Haus, Vienna, the Impulse Festival, Vienna Art Week, Tanzquartier Wien, brut Wien, Vienna Design Week, Art&Science Gallery, Los Angeles and Magazin 4, Bregenz. Lucie Strecker and Klaus Spiess received the ZIM Performing Science Prize and a Prix Ars Electronica Honorary Mention. Both have published in Performance Research, The Lancet, Leonardo, and with Diaphanes Verlag.

Together with media scholar Jens Hauser, she published a special issue in the Journal of Performance Research in 2020, on the epistemological and aesthetic potential of the term "microperformativity." In 2019-2020 she taught "Experience Design" at the Free University of Bolzano-Bozen.

She is currently a Senior Artist at the new Angewandte Performance Laboratory and since 2021 Lecturer in performance at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Department of Art and Communicative Practices. She is also involved in the INTRA research projects "Passenger Diaries" and "ORGAN/ISMUS - Poetics of Relations".