- lives and works in
- Berlin, Germany
Daniel Irrgang is research coordinator of the Vilém Flusser Archive, research assistant at the chair for media theory at Berlin University of the Arts, researcher for the project »Archaeology/Variantology of the Media« and coeditor of the two book series »International Flusser Lectures« and »Forum zur Genealogie des Medien-Denkens«.
[Last update: September 2015]
- Publications (2)
- Siegfried Zielinkski, Peter Weibel and Daniel Irrgang (eds.)
- Univocal Publishing, Minneapolis, 2015
- Language: English, German, Portuguese
Freestyle thinking – that is Vilém Flusser’s intellectual modus operandi: challenging and offensive, paradoxical and audacious. His thought knows no disciplines or subjects, nor does it pay tribute to other academic frameworks or rituals. Above...
- Siegfried Zielinski and Peter Weibel (Eds.)
- Allah's Automata
- Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, 2015
- Exhibition catalog
- Language: English
The first Renaissance did not take place in Europe, but in Mesopotamia. In terms of the archaeology of media, the Arab-Islamic culture of knowledge and the related art of engineering essentially interposed between antiquity and the early modern...
- Exhibitions / Events (2)
- Projects (2)
- Video (1)