Agnes Jänsch is a psychologist and visual artist. After completing her studies in psychology, she worked as a consultant at TNS Infratest Social Research for the Socio-Economic Panel from 2007 to 2016 and simultaneously, in 2013, she graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. She works primarily in the field of New Artistic Media and understands her artistic work as an active engagement with current social issues. In her present fellowship as an artist researcher at the Weizenbaum Institute, she is exploring the possibilities of cooperation between artistic and scientific research and is developing a research question for a research project at the intersection of both disciplines.
Former Research Fellow
RG 18: Quantification and Social Regulation
Medienkunst an der Schnittstelle von Fotografie und Film, alternative filmische Erzählformen, Wahrnehmungskonstruktionen
media art at the intersection of photography and film, alternative cinematic narrations, perception as construction
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