Residency Program Title
The Persistence of Memory - Dementia and Digital Aid Tools for Decision-Making
Institute Lab Title
IBME, URPP Dynamics of Healthy Aging, Memory Clinic of Stadtspital Waid
Performance, Hybrid Art
Biomedical Ethics, Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology, Neuroscience
Lucie Strecker (* 1977) works as an artist and researcher in the fields of performance art and hybrid art. She lives and works in Vienna. Lucie Strecker is a Fellow of the Berlin University of the Arts and holds a senior postdoc position at the Art & Science department of the University of Applied Arts Vienna, conducting the FWF Elise Richter PEEK project: “The Performative Biofact.” From 2010 - 2018 she was affiliated to the Art&Science program of the Vienna Medical University, working together with Klaus Spiess. Their performances and installations have been shown inter alia at Tanzquartier Vienna, the House of World Cultures, Berlin, the Beall Center for Art and Technology, Irvine, the Museum of Natural Science, Vienna, the Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, the MAK and the 21er Haus, Vienna and have been awarded the ZIM Performing Science Prize and a Prix Ars Electronica Honorary Mention. Both published in Performance Research, The Lancet, Leonardo and with Diaphanes publishers. 2019 she performed with the choreographer and artists Ann Liv Young at Arsenic in Lausanne and at her apartment in NYC and further developed showings for the Vienna Biennale, the Vienna Design Week and the Angewandte Performance Laboratory. Since 2015 she has been teaching or giving guest lectures at the Berlin University of the Arts, the Medical University Vienna, Victoria University of Wellington, the Inter-University Center for Dance Berlin and the University of California, Los Angeles. 2019- 2020 she was an appointed lecturer at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano for Experience Design and Performance. Currently she is working as a Senior Artist for the new Performance Laboratory (APL) at the University of Applied Arts Vienna.