Ronny Hardliz

Ronny Hardliz is an artist, researcher, filmmaker, curator, author, and architect, who worked in Rome, Prague, London, Lucerne, and Berne, interested in the discursive character of art, architectural theory, socially relevant visual strategies, correlations in the thinking of Walter Benjamin and Georges Bataille, cinematic prehistoric art, rejuvenation as a concept of time, Kunst und Bau, art and public spheres. He holds a PhD from Middlesex University in London (in collaboration with Goldsmiths and ETH Zurich) for his work exploring the dynamics of research in the arts, in which he sees a great emancipatory potential for art, architecture, and academia.

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Ronny Hardliz - Non-Construction - Architectural Gestures in Artistic Research
English edition
Diaphanes - Misceallenous
By defining a concept of architecture based on the tactile experience and not on construction, this book allows us to explore both discursive practice as the study of architectural art and the integration of architectural art as a discourse of spatial practice.
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