GRAZIELE LAUTENSCHLAEGER | media artist and researcher
Research
Review at neural magazine
Review at neural magazine

“distinctive book with her rare knowledge of the underlying relationships between the biological, the technical and the theoretical.” I am happy to share that neural magazine published a review of my book Sensing and making sense: Photosensitivity and light-to-sound translations in media art. It is a great honor to receive such a positive review from […]

Participation at xCoAx 2018
Participation at xCoAx 2018

Next week I am going to present a paper “From light-to-sound: Mediumsprünge and the absence as creative matter” and perform “Self-portrait of an absence” at the 6th Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics and X in Madrid. The paper analyses media devices and artworks based on light-to-sound translations through the articulation of Vilém Flusser’s media theory […]

Timeline: Photosensitive matter and Media History
Timeline: Photosensitive matter and Media History

This post is a test of a tool I consider using to organize some data I have been collecting for my PhD thesis. I am slowly organizing a timeline of important discoveries and inventions related to photosensitive matter and their relations to Media History. I consider this systematization as a way to visualize the interconnection among […]

Conversation pieces @ Transmediale 2016
Conversation pieces @ Transmediale 2016

transmediale/ conversationpiece 03.-07.02.2016 HKW   Audio streaming of the Excessive Research session on Thursday 04.02.2016. The videos below are parts of the conversation with the artist Lyndsay Mann at the Excessive Research session. Thank you Andre K for documenting it. Take a look also at the publication of A PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ABOUT / EXCESSIVE RESEARCH.

Besides the Screen 2014

At Besides the Screen 2014 (São Paulo and Vitória, Brazil) my participation included a lecture, a workshop and a chapter in an upcoming book relating the sensing phenomena and the materiality of communication in Media Art. As soon as the book is published I let you know! 🙂 Video documentation of the lecture in Vitória is available online: