Research Projects

Christiane Wagner’s research fields are social sciences, humanities, applied sciences and arts, concentrating on the subfields of aesthetics, science of art, communication, architecture, and design. Her research line addresses a critical assessment of the arts, media, and digital innovation with educational, social, and urban concerns. Her projects address fundamental and applied research to better understand socio-cultural phenomena and possible problems with the purpose of finding solutions. For more information, please click on the following linked themes:

Research Project (1)

Urban Aesthetics: Image Media and Visual Culture Perspectives

Research Project (2)

Architectural Spaces and Values of Design: Technological, Functional, Ethical, and Aesthetic Aspects

Research Project (3)

Environmental Aesthetics: Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Development

Research Project (4)

Decoloniality: Challenges of Postcolonial Aesthetics