Lectures

2018

"Drawing on non-white paper. Economic and artistic reflexions at Voüet, Poussin, Dughet and van Dyck". Conference "Drawn evidence on colored paper in South and North from 1400 - 1650", Center for Advanced Studies "BildEvidenz", Free University Berlin und Kupferstichkabinett Berlin (in German, 21.-22.06.2018)

"Beying a pupil before 1648. The example of Simon Voüet's studio", Lecture at Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte / Centre Allemand de l'Histoire de l'Art, Paris, France (in French, 19.03.2018)

"The development of spectral imaging as an instrument for the art historical research on old master drawings. Results of the work group Häberle/Riess/Davari/Christlein/Maier"; Lecture at "Italien-Forum", University of Freiburg/Brsg., Germany (in German, 16.03.2018)

2017

"The analysis of work-processes as a art historical method for the examination of artistic invention", Lecture at the "Study-course Drawing" at the University of Vienna (in German, 02.08.2017)

"Modes of invention in the 17th century, exemplary drawings by Nicolas Poussin and some of his contemporaries." "Werkstattgespräch", Bibliotheca Hertziana - Max-Planck-Institute for Art History, Rome (in German, 10.07.2017)

"Traces of artistic invention and of the evolution of pictorial representation in old master drawings", Lecture at the conference "Drawing and Perception" at the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich (in German, 01.07.2017)

2016

"Emblematic acronyms and circumlocutions in the drawings of Stefano della Bella. Aspects of artistic procedural manner and aesthetics of perception"
Lecture at the Gernsheim-conference "Abbreviation, Contraction and Formula in Early Modern Drawings" at the Bibliotheca Hertziana - Max-Planck-Institute for Art History, Rome (in German, 17.11.2016)

2015

"Reflectographic multispectral analysis of drawings - Chances, desiderata and perspectives from an art-historians point of view." 
Guest-lecture on invitation of the Pattern Recognition Lab at the Department of Computer Science 5, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany (in German, 21.12.2015)