- Year of birth, place
- lives and works in
- Berlin, Germany
- Role at the ZKM
- Guest Scholar
- At the ZKM
Fellow of program »Archivists in Residence«, a cooperation of the State Academy of Design Karlsruhe (HfG) with the ZKM | Center for Art and Media
Philipp Tögel is an artist, sound designer, musician, and creative programmer. In addition to freelance work as a programmer of software for museums, he worked on various audiovisual installations such as the »Tree Concert«. He studied in the Master’s program at Berlin University of the Arts (UdK) in the field »Variantologie / Archaeology of the Media«. As part of a master's thesis he created emulations of two digital publications by the philosopher Vilém Flusser for the exhibition »Without Firm Ground – Vilém Flusser and the Arts«, which was on display at ZKM in 2015. Within this project, he restored the so-called »Flusser Hypertext«, a HyperCard application that was developed in the early 1990s at the Kernforschungszentrum Karlsruhe (today KIT).
- Publications (1)
- 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...
- Projects (1)