- Year of birth, place
- 1950, France
- Bernhard Serexhe (*1950) studied sociology, psychology, educational science, and art history, and holds a doctorate in art history from the University of Freiburg (DE). He has published extensively on architecture and heritage history, art and media theory. Since 1995 he is a consultant on media policy to the Council of Europe. 1994–1997 he was curator of the Media Museum of the ZKM | Karlsruhe (DE), 1998–2005 he headed the ZKM | Education Department, and since 2006 he is chief curator of the ZKM | Media Museum. He has held teaching positions at the Russian Academy of Fine Arts in Saint Petersburg (1999), the University of Bern (2000–2001, 2008, CH), the University of Basel (2001, CH), the University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe (2001), the University of Karlsruhe (2002–2006), and the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design (2011, DE). 2008–2012 he was Professor for Aesthetics and Media Theory at the Istanbul BILGI University (TR). 2010–2012 he was initiator and leader of the EU-funded research project »digital art conservation«.
Bernhard Serexhe: Der starke KonsumentLecture/Talk - 31.05.2008 - 11:42
Peter Weibel, Franz Kaltenbeck, Bernhard Serexhe: Freud 150Lecture/Talk - 01.12.2006 - 24:30
Franz Kaltenbeck, Daisuke Fukuda, Bernhard Serexhe, Pierre-Henri Castel: Freud 150Panel discussion - 01.12.2006 - 32:34