Alle Artikel der Kategorie ‘2014

Bildoperationen. Das Problem der Mensch-Maschine Interaktion bei bildgeführten Interventionen

Moritz Queisner (2016) Bildoperationen. Das Problem der Mensch-Maschine Interaktion bei bildgeführten Interventionen. In: F. Goppelsröder, J. Sternagel (Hrg.) Techniken des Leibes. Velbrück. S. 77–86.  Download via (PDF) Abstract: Angesichts der zunehmenden strukturellen Verschaltung von Mensch und Maschine in der chirurgischen Praxis selbst genügt es nicht mehr, pathologische Veränderungen auf der Basis eines entsprechend theoriegeleiteten Bildwissensauf […]

Iconic Knowledge – How Images Govern Our Actions

Iconic knowledge was an interdisciplinary teaching module on medical imaging that I co-developed and taught at Charité University Hospital from 2016–2018 Team: Thomas Picht (Charité Universitätsmedizin), Kathrin Friedrich (Universität Potsdam), Matthias Bruhn (HfG Karlsruhe), Kirsten Ostherr (Rice University), Rebekka Lauer, Anna Roethe (Humboldt Universität) My part of the course focused on experimental imaging technology in […]

The Politics of Place

The Politics of Place explores how territoriality has become a kind of authorship drawing upon the idea that location-based media has transformed the concept of place. The assumption is, that the political actors of a digital society do not simply consist of virtual masses of protesting avatars, clicktivists, followers or denial of service attackers but […]

Medical Imaging Workshop Series

International workshop: Imaging and Interaction in Medical Practice February 27–28, 2015,  Exzellenzcluster Bild Wissen Gestaltung, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Team: Matthias Bruhn, Kathrin Friedrich, Moritz Queisner, Anna Roethe, Rebekka Lauer, Thomas Picht Download workshop programm (PDF) The evolution of medical imaging has significantly changed clinical practice and applications in the past decade. Improvements in computer technology, tracking […]

Visions of the Internet

Visions of the Internet is a fun-project that collects artefacts of our imagination of the „world wide web“. By assembling different types of visualizations the study tries to track back how pictures have significantly shaped the notion of how and what we think the internet is (and was). The terms that are used to describe […]

Automated killing and mediated caring

Friedrich, K., & Queisner, M. (2014). Automated killing and mediated caring How image-guided robotic intervention redefines radiosurgical practice. In S. Torrance, M. Coeckelbergh, J. Soraker, B. Whitby, & A. van Wynsberghe (Eds.), Proceddings of the 50th Anniversary Convention of the Soci­ety for the Study of Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence and the Sim­u­la­tion of Behav­iour. London.  Download via […]

Drone Research Network Colloquium

The Drone Research Network Colloquium is an event series organized by the Drone Research Network. It assembles discussion-based and informal expert workshops around various topics of drone studies. 3. Drone Research Colloquium: Center for the Study of the Drone 1.7.2015, guest: Dan Gettinger, Center for the Study of the Drone, Bard College. With Nina Franz. Exzellenzcluster […]

The Earth Observation Guide

Together with colleagues Kristian Lukic, Boaz Levin, Owen Mundy, Daniel Herleth, Adam Kaplan, Frédéric Eyl, and Oliver Lerone Schultz I worked on a 3-day speed project. We prototyped a book called „The Earth Observation Guide“ that explores how the forms of spatial interaction change when weapons, cameras, sensors, servers, etc. start to actually move beyond our hands, desks and pockets. From the […]

Labor für Neue Konsumpraxis

From 2010 to 2015 the project explored the dissolution between consumerism and environmentalism and developed models to connect producers and consumers in the long tail. Ausgehend von Slavoj Žižeks Konzept einer Auflösung der Differenzen zwischen Consumerism und Environmentalism untersucht das Projekt Alternativen zu einem Charity Capitalism. Die zentrale Frage ist dabei, wie die Kooperation und […]

The Digital Peirce Archive

The Digital Peirce Archive is an image-based archiving repository of the Nachlass of the American philosopher Charles S. Peirce.  It is fostered by a collaboration between the DFG cluster of excellence Image Knowledge Gestaltung. An Interdisciplinary Laboratory and the project „Symbolic Articulation“ funded by the Volkswagen Foundation at Humboldt University in Berlin. t was initiated by a collaboration between the […]