About

About

"Die Bochumer Künstlerin Annika Döring malt Lebendiges – Pflanzen, Landschaften, Akte von Frauen und Männern. Vor allem ihre Akte sind durch verschiedene Ausstellungen, zuletzt auf einem Schloss in Süddeutschland, bekannt. Der charakteristisch-exaltierte Stil Ihrer Arbeitsweise macht jedes Werk zu einem unverwechselbaren und intensiven emotionalen Erlebnis. Ihr Studium der Philosophie erweitert ihre Werke um eine tiefere gedankliche Ebene."

Schuch, Axel: Annika Döring. In: kunst.raum 2018.
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"Annika Döring studied philosophy and art history in Bochum and Hamburg (Germany), and has worked at the Center for Mediterranean Studies in Bochum. She has published on the importance of animals for the formation of man in the image of god, a study of pansophy in the work of the sixteenth-/seventeenth-century Czech philosopher, pedagogue, and theologian John Amos Comenius.

She is currently science manager and researcher in the department of scientific communication of the Project NUCLEUS, which is funded by the European Commission. Döring works with an international team whose objectives are to unravel how scientific communication works in different cultural environments. Within this context, she has undertaken fieldtrips to Scotland, Ireland, and China. The aim of the project is to make scientific results more useful for the non-academic public.

She has also done extensive work as a voice-over artist.

She is an accomplished painter, and her work has been shown atseveral exhibits, most recently at the Galerie M Beck in Homburg."

yasser elhariry (ياسر الحريري), assistant professor of French at Dartmouth College (USA) and Edwige Tamalet Talbayev, associate professor of French at Tulane University (USA). In: Critically Mediterranean. Temporalities, Aesthetics, and Deployments of a Sea in Crisis. In: Brian Catlos and Sharon Kinoshita: Mditerranean Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan.Basingstoke. 2018.