Alexander Schwinghammer

Vita

Alexander Schwinghammer is a research associate at the Bauhaus University in Weimar and he was a fellow at Image-Body-Medium in Karlsruhe. His research project on visual dramaturgies of war is jointly based at the CCS Goldsmiths and the Institute for Cultural Anthropology, Goethe-University Frankfurt.

PUBLIKATIONEN IM HERBERT VON HALEM VERLAG

Stefanie Kiwi Menrath / Alexander Schwinghammer (Hrsg.)

What does a Chameleon Look Like?

Topographies of Immersion

In the anthology What Does a Chameleon Look Like? scholars from art, culture and media studies backgrounds consider immersion in terms of aesthetic, historical, ethical, and political issues. Science and technology studies persistently took up the term immersion as an engulfing momentum of interactive engagement of man and technological device. ...