transmediale/festival 28.01.-01.02.2015

Clemens Apprich

Clemens Apprich

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Cle­mens Apprich (PhD) stu­di­ed Phi­lo­so­phy, Po­li­ti­cal Sci­ence, Cul­tu­ral His­to­ry and Theo­ry in Vi­en­na, Bor­deaux and Berlin. He was a Ju­ni­or Re­se­arch Fel­low at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Media.Art.Research in Linz as well as at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vi­en­na. During his studies he was ac­tive­ly en­ga­ged in the me­dia art in­itia­ti­ve, Public Netbase, and is still af­fi­lia­ted with the World-Information Institute. In 2011 he co-foun­ded the Post-Media Lab at the Cent­re for Di­gi­tal Cul­tu­res (CDC) at Leu­pha­na Uni­ver­si­ty in Luene­burg and is co-publisher of the PML Books Series. He is a mem­ber of CDC’s Steering Committee as well as one of the founders and editors of spheres, an open peer-reviewed journal for digital cultures. Af­fi­lia­ted with the Digital Cultures Research Lab (DCRL) he is cur­rent­ly working as one of the Prin­ci­pal In­ves­ti­ga­tors of Making Change, a joint re­se­arch pro­ject bet­ween the Centre for Digital Cultures and the Hivos Knowledge Programme. He re­cent­ly co-pu­blis­hed the books "Pro­vo­ca­ti­ve Al­loys: A Post-Me­dia An­tho­lo­gy" and "Plants, Androids and Operators: A Post-Media Scrapbook" (both published by Mute Books).