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Holger Lund is since 2011 a professor for media design at the DHBW Ravensburg (Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Ravensburg) and a curator and dj living in Berlin. He has finished his PhD on Max Ernst’s collage novels in 2000. From 2008 to 2011 he was visiting professor for theories of design at Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences, School of Design. Together with Cornelia Lund he runs the media art and media design platform fluctuating images, Berlin.

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3 responses to “Anatolian Rock: Phenomena of Hybridization”

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