Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Asst Prof Marc Gloede

Assistant Professor, School of Art, Design and Media

Email: marc.gloede@ntu.edu.sg
Asst Prof Marc Gloede

Biography
Marc Glöde (PhD) is a curator, critic and film scholar.
His work is focusing on the relation of images, technology, space, and the body, as well as the dynamics between fields such as art/architecture, art/film, and film/architecture.
He received his PhD at the FU Berlin and taught at the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden, The Free University of Berlin, Academy of Fine Arts Berlin, and as Assistant Professor at the ETH Zürich. Since 2017 he is an Assistant Professor at NTU/ADM, Singapore and Co-Director of the MA in Museum Studies and Curatorial Practices.
Since the midst of the 1990s Glöde worked as a curator. He was invited curator for the Experimenta Festival 2007 in Mumbai/Bangalore and curated the exhibition “STILL/MOVING/STILL – The History of Slide Projection in the Arts” (Knokke). Other curatorial projects include his work for art berlin contemporary, (Berlin, 2010 - 2012), “(Re-)locating the Self” (Hamburg), “Filmic Reflections on the Document” (Bonn), or the exhibitions „Tom Marioni – Actions“ (Berlin) and Tadeusz Kantor (Edinburgh/Berlin).
From 2008 until 2014 he has been senior curator of Art Film, Art Basel's film program.
He was co-editor of Umwidmungen (2005), Synästhesie-Effekte (2011) and more recently published his book Farbige Lichträume/Colored Space of Light (2014). His writing has been published in Fantom, Osmos, Texte zur Kunst, Parkett, Art in America or X-TRA Magazine, among others.
Research Interests
Marc's research interests include:
- Development of Curatorial Practices
- Curating time-based media
- The relation of images, technology, space, and the body
- The dynamics / interferences between fields such as art/architecture, art/film, and film/architecture
- Expanded Cinema
- Perception of color in film and art
- The impact of digital dynamics on film and art practices
- Re-thinking Abstraction
Current Projects
  • Reconsidering Curatorial Practice This project investigates the latest changes in curatorial practice and the dynamic development of the field in relation to aspects of film, globalization, digitization and multi-media practice.

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