Nadine Siegert

Deputy Director at Iwalewa-Haus, Africa Centre of University of Bayreuth and Project Leader at the Bayreuth Academy of Advanced African Studies. In 2013 she defended her doctoral thesis with the title “(Re)Mapping Luanda - Utopia und Nostalgia in der ästhetischen Praxis”. She is also curator of a number of exhibitions such as “Agora Luanda” (2007), “Portraits of a Slippery Look” – Kiluanji Kia Henda (2008), “Dzzzz – Nástio Mosquito” (2008), “Hidden Pages” - António Ole (2009) and “Somos Irmãos” - Die angolanische Fotografenfamilie Pinto Afonso” (2010). research interests: Contemporary Art, Popular Culture, Youth Cultures, Performance Art, Music, Contemporary Dance in Africa, Urban Studies, (post)socialism, socialits realism. geographical areas: Angola, Mozambique, Kenya, Uganda.

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