Christoph Eggersglüß

I am a researcher and lecturer at the IKKM, coordinating and organising the whereabouts of other researchers and scholars – teaching and reading a mix of science and technology studies and media culture in order to look into the cultural techniques that make societies work – also, part-time infrastructuralist and techno-topologist, not based in Berlin, with a special interest in bollards and planters, writing on architecture, anthropotechnics, tinkering, and the rural turn.

How to be modern today?

As we were told over and over again that we've never been modern, this might be an actual tough one. I'll google it later, but for now, I trust my friend who just said: you're a monkey with tools, take some pictures, feed the monkey /loop.

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Deutsche UNESCO Kommission

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Uni Weimar