Christoph Streckhardt

Christoph Streckhardt lives in Weimar and works as the deputy director of the Department for Communication and Education at the Stiftung Schloss Friedenstein Gotha. Following his time at the Kolleg Friedrich Nietzsche of the Klassik Stiftung Weimar, he was awarded a doctorate at the University of Tübingen for a dissertation on the work of Alexander Kluge (Kaleidoskop Kluge, 2016, shortlisted for the Volkswagen Foundation’s Opus Primum). In 2017 a variant of his Kluge Lexicon, in intimate co-authorship, appeared together with texts from Kluge in his “Pluriversum.” Most recently, since his collaboration on the “Pluriversum” exhibition at the Museum Folkwang and projects on the promotion of aesthetic education (WERKstatt Schlemmer, 2019), he has increasingly focused on educational work in connection with the opening up of the museal space.

As of January 2019