Daniel Irrgang: The Flusser-Hypertext: “Electronic Book Prototype 2.”
Suggested citation: Daniel Irrgang, The Flusser-Hypertext: “Electronic Book Prototype 2.” Interface Critique 3 (2021), pp. 103–114.
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Daniel Irrgang is a research associate at Weizenbaum Institute/Berlin University of the Arts, within the research group ‘Inequality and Digital Sovereignty‘. He holds a PhD in media studies on diagrammatics and expanded mind with a case study on Vilém Flusser’s concept of technical image. Among other fields, his research focusses on visual depictions of information from a media theory/cognitive studies perspective, interface or HCI paradigms, exhibition concepts as well as epistemological problems, often in a media archaeological context.