fluctuating images (Cornelia Lund and Holger Lund)
fluctuating images is an independent and non-commercial platform for the presentation of and reflection on (media) art and design run by Cornelia und Holger Lund. Its aim is to foster a fruitful exchange between aesthetic and discursive approaches to the multilayered challenges presented by our technology- and media-driven world from a global and decolonial perspective.
Cornelia Lund is a Berlin-based art, film and media scholar and curator. She has worked for years in research and teaching, mainly on documentary and audiovisual artistic practices, design theory, and de- and postcolonial theories. 2012–2018 she has been a research fellow in a DFG project on German documentary cinema (University of Hamburg), recently she co-curated Connecting Afro Futures. Fashion x Hair x Design (Berlin 2019), and since 2021, she is a Research Fellow at the University of the Arts Bremen.
Holger Lund works as an art, design, and music researcher and as a curator and DJ. Since 2011, he is professor of media design, applied art, and design studies at the DHBW Ravensburg. He also runs the music label Global Pop First Wave dedicated to non-Western pop history, especially Turkish pop music of the 1960s and 1970s.
Since 2004, they both run the independent and non-commercial media art platform fluctuating images. Current curatorial research project: Turkish Pop Music Images.