Paul Feigelfeld is a researcher, teacher, writer and curator working on media technologies, art and the history of knowledge. He studied Cultural Studies and Computer Science in Berlin and was Friedrich Kittler's assistant. After being an assistant professor in Media Theory at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, he became the academic coordinator of the Digital Cultures Research Lab in Lüneburg, and subsequently Data & Research Architect at TBA21-Academy by Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary. Currently, he holds teaching positions at the Art Institute in Basel and Strelka Institute Moscow and together with Marlies Wirth co-curates "Uncanny Values. Artificial Intelligence & You"
for the 2019 Vienna Biennale. Later this year, he will begin a writing fellowship at the IFK (International Research Center for Cultural Studies) in Vienna.
TALK: Deep Shit & Uncanny Values. On Technologies, Art and Agency.
Paul Feigelfeld will speak on 14 June 2019/ Day 2 der Creative Days Vienna.
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