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).