Dominique Lämmli is an artist and philosopher who approaches work in site- and situation-specific, collaborative, performance- and studio-based settings using rich media.
She has over two decades'
experience working with art in global and glocal settings. Dominique focuses on the pressure
bearing on existing concepts surrounding art, including the dynamic interrelationship
between art and society.
She has conceived and co-organised numerous
practice-based events, exhibitions and international symposia.
Her scholarly background includes art practice,
philosophy, comparative literature, psychological didactics, pedagogy, and global studies.
2021 she was awarded her PhD in Global Studies from Humboldt University of
Berlin, for which her dissertation formulated the Art in Action Research (AiAR) framework.
Lämmli has worked as a professor of Drawing and
Painting for Zurich University of the Arts' (ZHdK’s) Master of Fine Arts programme since 2009.
Since 2008, she
has co-run the research micro-hub FOA-FLUX,
which focuses on art and action as well as research
in transregional settings (see also Art & Society
and mAiA GmbH).