Hannah M. Bruckmüller

Hannah Bruckmüller is an art historian, writer, and editor. She holds a Ph.D. from the Institute for Art Theory and Cultural Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Based on extensive archival research and close readings, her project introduced a feminist reading of Broodthaers’ publishing practice. Hannah's research focuses on art, literature, and the historiographical effects of writing, reading, and publishing.

Photograph: (c) gvdb

Writing, Situated: On Constelação Clarice

In the group exhibition Constelação Clarice we can see, for the first time, Clarice Lispector’s writings situated within the art scene of her time. Hannah Bruckmüller reviews the exhibition that has taken place at IMS Paulista in São Paulo, where she finds the egg that is the beginning.

How Testo Junkie Transforms You

“An author who had taken testosterone as a drug in a philosophical self-experiment that she documented in a book - it shook me up so much that it wouldn't leave my mind." Michal B. Ron and Hannah M. Bruckmüller discuss naming, sexuality, fables, giving birth and giving death, in response to Paul B. Preciado’s Testo Junkie.