Elisa Linseisen: Girls and Their Cats: Zooms – High Resolution – Making a Difference
(Special Section: Materialities of the Interface)
Suggested citation: Elisa Linseisen, Girls and Their Cats: Zooms – High Resolution – Making a Difference. Interface Critique 3 (2021), pp. 301–311.
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Elisa Linseisen is postdoctoral assistant researcher at the Institute of Media Studies of the University Paderborn, Germany and associate member at the DFG Graduate Research Training Group “Das Dokumentarische. Exzess und Entzug” (Documentary Practices: Excess and Privation). December 2019: Doctorate (Dr. phil.) at the Institute of Media Studies of the Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany, with a thesis on high-definition images and image processing from a media-philosophical perspective (High Definition. Medienphilosophisches Image Processing. Lüneburg: 2020). Research interests, among others: digital imagery, media philosophy, video essayism, format theory.