2019 – 2021 in Brussels

Photo: Clara Menissier



The poems Auf dem Weg zum Park (On the way to the park), Erinnerung (Memory) and Gebet (Prayer) appear in the anthology Sehnsucht, edited by Katrin Janßen and Ute Sattler at Athena-Verlag

House of Literature The Hague, Reading Tagebuch eines Windreisenden

Tagebuch eines Windreisenden (Diary of a Wind Traveller), published by Passagen Verlag

Performance “For Nelly Sachs”, with the dancer Gregor Weber and the double bass player Peter Jacquemyn, at the St. Paulus parish in Brussels, for the opening of the exhibition The Renaissance of Humility. 

Together with Andrea Sabisch and Jörg Sternagel responsible for the project ‘Visual Education’ of the German Research Foundation (until 2025).

Panel discussion on Sarah M. Broom’s The Yellow House with Judith Wambacq and Jörg Sternagel at the annual conference of the Society for Media Studies at the University of Innsbruck

Das Recht des Schwächeren (The Right of the Weaker One), a collection of poems, is published by Athena-Verlag

Presentation “Reverse Perspective – On Conditions of Intermedial Education”, at the XI congress of the German Society for Aesthetics, online, via Zurich University of the Arts 

Geachte meneer Kant, – Brieven van jonge kunstenaars aan filosofen, LUCA School of Arts, Brussels, presented on the Graduation Show

Goodbye to Morrissey – An Essay on Art and Morals, published by Grafische Cel, Ghent

Das Begräbnis des Philosophen – Eine Novelle (The Philosopher’s Funeral – A Novella), published by Verlag Karl Alber

Bildbeschreibung, Klangbeschreibung? Ästhetische Ekphrasis als ein produktives Missverständnis zwischen Narziss und Echo (Descriptions of Sound and Image? Aesthetic Ekphrasis as a Productive Misunderstanding between Narcissus and Echo)


“Für eine topische Medienphilosophie” (For a topical media philosophy) in Internationales Jahrbuch für Medienphilosophie

Abschied von Morrissey – Ein Essay über Kunst und Moral (Goodbye to Morrissey – An Essay on Art and Morals) by Athena publishers

Pandemisches Standbild (Pandemic Image) on fixpoetry

“Vom Nachdichten und Nachsinnen – Ein phänomenologisches Skizzenblatt” (Poetical after-thoughts – A phenomenological sketch sheet) published in Journal Phänomenologie

Obsolete Philosophical Notions – performance at Netwerk Aalst, with Annelies Monseré, Nadia Sels, Andrea Knoflach and Maarten Van Ingelgem, presented on the symposium “Perform Philosophy” at LUCA School of Arts, Ghent

Lavendel (Lavender) by Volkmar Mühleis Quartett & Les Hirondelles

Residency at Concertgebouw Brugge, for the artistic research project After the Image – A Musigraphical Research 

“Die Krisis der Pandemie” (The Philosophical Crisis of the Pandemic) published in the Philosophische Rundschau 

Reverse Perspective by Wim Goes & Volkmar Mühleis, published by Grafische Cel, Ghent, LUCA School of Arts

Co-author of “Performance Philosophy and the philosophy of mediality”, together with Jörg Sternagel and Elisabeth Schäfer, in The Routledge Companion to Performance Philosophy

Publication of Die schönste Frau im Deutschlandfunk as “Text of the day” on Fixpoetry


Publication of Halle, Händelstraße 26 as “Text of the day” on Fixpoetry

Performance of Geteilte Freude (Shared joy) at the Stiftskirche Stuttgart (Germany), sung by Ensemble Vocapella, directed by Tristan Meister

Continuously since 2019, member of the German Society for Phenomenological Research and the Society for Intercultural Philosophy

Performance of mein Bruder Karin at the Institute for Design Practice and Art Science of Hannover’s Leibniz University

Performance of Magnolie (Magnolia) in Berlin’s St. Canisiuschurch, sung by Neuer Männerchor Berlin, directed by Adrian Emans

Continuously since 2019, together with the German nationality the Belgian one

Presentation of Die Gegenstände unserer Kindheit (The objects of our childhood) at the Museum of Things, Berlin Lecture on the topic “Vision und Kunstpraxis” (Vision and art practice) at Leuphana University in Lüneburg (Germany), in the context of a the series of conferences on art education

Recitation of poems by Allen Curnow, in the context of “Something beautiful”, an art event at La Vallée, Brussels

Photo: Mimi Kunz

Concert of the Brussels Cleaning Masters at the Center for Persecuted Arts, Art Museum Solingen (Germany), with a recitation of the collection of poems “Mein blaues Klavier” (My blue piano) by Else Lasker-Schüler

Performance of First Reading Note, a composition by Frederik Leroux, as reader of a scenario by László Moholy-Nagy, with Leroux on guitar and Heleen Van Haegenborgh on piano, at the Brussels Museum of Fine Arts, in the context of the exhibition “Berlin 1912-1932”

Performance of mein Bruder Karin in the Museum of Fine Arts, Brussels