Nico Anklam is a lecturer in art theory at the Institute of Art Research and Aesthetics. He studied art history, cultural studies and aesthetics in Berlin, London and as a Fulbright Scholar in New York. At the Bologna.Lab of Humboldt University Berlin he taught art of the 20th century in Germany and Europe. Particular attention in the classroom is paid to discourses of modernity, photographic imaging techniques, iconography of material and film as a medium and genre. His research interests lie in strategies of South African concept art around 1990 and Fluxus and Fluxus related practices in Northern and Northeastern Europe. He has also realized several international exhibitons, amongst others as curator at Kunsthal 44 Møen in Denmark.