Alex Arteaga’s research integrates aesthetic and philosophical practices relating to the production of knowledge, the emergence of sense, architecture, and art practice through phenomenological and enactivist approaches.
He studied piano, music theory, composition, electroacoustic music, and architecture in Berlin and Barcelona, and received a PhD in philosophy from the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin for his dissertation Sensuous Framing: Fundamentals of a Strategy to Realize Conditions of Perception. From 2008 to 2012 he was an academic researcher at the Collegium for the Advanced Study of Picture Act and Embodiment at the Humboldt University. In 2013 he worked on the research project Visual and Auditory Perceptual Apparatus for the Evaluation of City Development in Agglomerations in cooperation with the Zurich University of the Arts.
He currently heads the Auditory Architecture Research Unit and the Department of Auditory Architecture in the masters program of sound studies at the Berlin University of the Arts, where he is developing the three-year research project Architecture of Embodiment as an Einstein Junior Fellow.

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