Christoph Ernst & Daniel Irrgang: EDITORIAL: DIAGRAMMATIC OPERATIONS
Christoph Ernst and Daniel Irrgang, Editorial: Diagrammatic Operations. Interface Critique 4 (2022): 7–16.
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Daniel Irrgang is postdoc/Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the Centre Art as Forum, University of Copenhagen and associated researcher at Weizenbaum Institute, Berlin. He holds a PhD in media studies on diagrammatics and expanded mind theories. Among other fields, his research focusses on visual depictions of information from a media theory/cognitive studies perspective, HCI paradigms, art & technology practices, exhibition concepts, and on epistemological problems related to embodiment and technology. He is author and editor of numerous books on the history and theory of media, communications, and arts. More information on www.danielirrgang.com
Christoph Ernst, PD Dr., is assistant professor at the Department of Media Studies of the University of Bonn, Germany. Main research interests: diagrammatic reasoning & media aesthetics of information visualization; theory of tacit knowledge & digital media, esp. interface theory and artificial intelligence; media theory & media philosophy, esp. media and imagination. Recent book publications: Diagramme zwischen Metapher und Explikation – Studien zur Medien- und Filmästhetik der Diagrammatik (2021); Media Futures. An Introduction (2021). Further information: www.christoph-ernst.com