Daniel Irrgang is deputy research group lead of the “Inequality and Digital Sovereignty” research group at Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society. His research focusses on visual depictions of information from a media theory / cognitive studies perspective (“diagrammatics”), interface as well as general HCI paradigms and media archaeological studies, among other fields. Currently he is working on a critique of transhumanist and Californian Ideology narratives. Since January 2018, Daniel is coordinator of the research seminar “Critical Zones” with Bruno Latour at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design.
Daniel holds a Ph.D. (des.) in media studies (Berlin University of the Arts – UdK Berlin) with a thesis on diagrammatics, expanded mind and expanded hermeneutics in connection with Vilém Flusser’s concept of “technical image”. He studied communication in social and economic contexts (M.A.) at UdK Berlin.
Deputy Research Group Lead:
Research Group "Inequality and Digital Sovereignty"