Hi, I’m Moritz Queisner and I live and work in Berlin. I’m a researcher with an academic background in Media Studies and Science and Technology Studies with a focus on media theory, image theory and political theory. My current research includes projects about mixed reality, 3D simulation, social media, remote warfare, locative media and peer-to-peer […]
Short version: Moritz Queisner is a researcher with an academic background in Media Studies. He is a research associate at the Cluster of Excellence Image Knowledge Gestaltung. An Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Humboldt University Berlin. His work is can be found at www.moritzqueisner.de * * * Long version: Moritz Queisner is a researcher with an academic background in […]
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Since 2013 I work as a research associate at the Cluster of Excellence Image Knowledge Gestaltung. An Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Humboldt University Berlin. The interdisciplinary laboratory is a union of social, natural and technological sciences, medicine and – for the first time in basic research – the disciplines of design and architecture as well. In the […]
In 2013 I was a a research associate at the Post-Media Lab which is situated at the Center for Digital Cultures in Lüneburg. The PML is a collaboration between Leuphana University and Mute Magazine. The Lab is focused on the potential for ‚post-media‘ practice, drawing upon Felix Guattari’s concept of social and medial assemblages which […]
From 2009–2013 I have been a member of the Collegium for the Advanced Study of Picture Act and Embodiment at Humboldt University Berlin. The project aimed to transform the prevailing mimesis theory of pictures, which argues that images are conceived as likenesses, into a Picture Act Theory. Its focus was to conduct research on the […]
From 2011–2015 I have been a member of the DFG Research Training Centre „Visibility and Visualisation – Hybrid Forms of Pictorial Knowledge“ at Potsdam University. The program explores forms of visualisation in science and art. In collaboration with Fachhochschule Potsdam and Freie Universität Berlin, the centre investigates practices of visualisation with a view to understanding […]
I finished my master’s degree of European Media Studies in 2011 with a thesis about machine vision. By bringing together aesthetics, theory and cultural history with technical media skills and media production, European Media Studies provides an interdisciplinary approach to enable students to use and explain media technologies and to understand and communicate their social, cultural and […]