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  1. Reinhard Döhl

    Reinhard Döhl was a literary and media scholar who also became known for being a concrete poet and artist as part of the Stuttgart School. In 1964 Max Bense and him wrote the short text Zur Lage, which can be seen as a manifesto of the Stuttgart School. In 1965 Döhl opens the exhibition Computer-Grafik with a text of Bense, who can not be present himself.

    (Source: compArt daDA: the database Digital Art)

    Prof. Dr. Reinhard Döhl lebt als Literatur- und Medienwissenschaftler und Künstler in Botnang. Er wird der Stuttgarter Gruppe zugerechnet und ist sicher jedem bekannt durch sein ‘Apfelgedicht’ als Beispiel der konkreten Poesie. Döhl veröffentlichte vor allem zur Literatur und Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts und zur Mediengeschichte (Rundfunk) und jüngst auch zur Netzliteratur, daneben literarische Veröffentlichungen und Ausstellungen. Seit 1996 arbeitet er an Netzprojekten zusammen mit Johannes Auer.

    (Quelle: Dichtung Digital)

    Johannes Auer - 05.11.2012 - 13:41

  2. Kendall Walton

    Kendall Lewis Walton (born 1939) is an American philosopher, the Charles Stevenson Collegiate Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Art and Design at the University of Michigan.[1] His work mainly deals with theoretical questions about the arts and issues of philosophy of mind, metaphysics, and philosophy of language. His book Mimesis as Make Believe: On the Foundations of the Representational Arts develops a theory of make-believe and uses it to understand the nature and varieties of representation in the arts.[2] He has also developed an account of photography as transparent, defending the idea that we see through photographs, much as we see through telescopes or mirrors,[3] and written extensively on pictorial representation, fiction and the emotions, the ontological status of fictional entities, the aesthetics of music, metaphor, and aesthetic value.
    (Source: Wikipedia)

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 02.07.2013 - 15:30

  3. Claude Faure

    Claude Faure

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 29.08.2013 - 15:44

  4. Gerrit Krol

    Gerrit Krol (1 August 1934 − 24 November 2013) was a Dutch author, essayist and writer.

    Krol was born in Groningen. He studied mathematics and worked with Royal Dutch Shell and some of its operating units as computer programmer and system designer. He developed a typical writing style consisting of text mingled with abstract thoughts expressed in drawings and mathematical equations.

    In 1986 Krol received the Constantijn Huygens Prize, and in 2001 the P. C. Hooft Award - the highest Dutch Governmental award for literature - for his complete oeuvre. On 20 October 2005, the 125th anniversary of the Amsterdam Free University, Krol received a Doctorate Honoris causa from this university.

    source: Wikipedia

    Siebe Bluijs - 25.03.2021 - 11:18