Barbara Lüneburg 
   violin and artistic research

Research Interests

Barbara Lüneburg's interests in artistic research are as diverse as her artistic work: she investigates embodiment, creativity, collaboration, charisma, concert aura, participatory art and the effect of game elements in audiovisual works. She is also looks into the epistemology of artistic research, as well as the methodological foundations and forms of dissemination of her discipline. 

Lüneburg holds a position as professor of artistic research and head of the doctoral programs at Anton Bruckner Private University.

Major Research Projects

Since 2023, Lüneburg and her team conduct the multi-year artistic research project Embodying Expression, Gender, Charisma – Breaking Boundaries of Classical Instrumental Practices  funded by the Austrian Science Fund as project AR 749 G.

From 2014 to 2018 Lüneburg led the research project TransCoding - From Highbrow Art to Participatory Culture, in which she involved an online community in the creation of a multimedia work via social media (funded by the Austrian Science Fund as PEEK AR 259-G21).

In 2021 the monograph Ludified of which she was one of the editors, authors and performers was published as part of the artistic research project Gamified Audiovisual Performance and Performance Practice (funded by the Austrian Science Fund as PEEK AR 364 G24)
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