The project investigates the transformation of visual practice and image-based interaction triggered by HMDs.
The project evaluates the potential of 3D imaging in medicine with regard to how it transforms the relation of body and image.
The project investigates the concept of mediated vision in remote warfare with regard to how it determines action and perception in military interventions.
My PhD project on posthuman vision and augmented reality. It investigates how visual practice is transformed by new imaging, sensor and display technologies.
The project explores how territoriality has become a kind of authorship drawing upon the idea that location-based media has transformed the concept of place.
The project explores the aesthetic, operational and epistemic conditions under which medical visualizations become media of control and direction for action.
The project explores the dissolution between consumerism and environmentalism and develops models to connect producers and consumers in the long tail.
The project explores how the transformation of individual forms of interaction (known as „social“ media) affetcs the notion of the political in the post-media era.
Based on Charles Peirce‘ concept of visual thinking the project explored the practice of drawing and its continuity with thinking.