Reinhard Döhl

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Portrait Reinhard Döhl

Born 1934-09-16 in Wattenscheid, Germany.
Died 2004-05-29 in Stuttgart, Germany.
Pseudonymous: Traugott Schneider

Reinhard Döhl was a literary and media scholar who also became known for being a concrete poet and artist as part of the Stuttgart School. In 1964 Max Bense and him wrote the short text Zur Lage, which can be seen as a manifesto of the Stuttgart School. In 1965 Döhl opens the exhibition Computer-Grafik with a text of Bense, who can not be present himself.

Further information on Döhl’s work can be found on his website dedicated to his artistic and literary work and on Netzliteratur.

[Klütsch, 2007]

Member of institution(s): Stuttgart School

1957-1965 Döhl studied German language and literature studies and Dramatics, Philosophy, History, and Political Science at the University of Göttingen (1957-1959) and Stuttgart Institute of Technology(1960-1965).

1964 Together with Max Bense Döhl wrote the short text Zur Lage, which he called a manifesto of the Stuttgart School in his Internet-Reader.

1965 Receives PhD for his dissertation on “Das literarische Werk Hans Arps. Zur poetischen Vorstellungswelt des Dadaismus” [The literary work of Hans Arp. On the poetic ‘Vorstellungswelt’ of dadaism].

1979 He habilitates on “Neuere deutsche Literatur unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Medien” [Newer german literature under special consideration of the media.]

Professorship:

1967, 1969 Werkkunstschule Krefeld
1970 Rheinische Musikschule Köln
1971, 1985 Werkkunstschule Krefeld
1995 Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Dresden

Fellowship:

1987 Japan Society for Promotion of Science

Guest lecturer:

1996 Karl Franzens Universität, Graz
1996 Kansai-Universität, Osaka
1998-99 Hebrew University, Jerusalem

[Klütsch, 2007]
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[Reinhard Döhl, n. d.]

Doehl_Portrait

Portrait Reinhard Döhl