Michael Dieter (Assistant Professor)
I joined CIM in October 2014 from the University of Amsterdam and the Centre for Digital Cultures, Leuphana in Germany. I hold a PhD in Culture and Communication from the University of Melbourne on media arts practice and theory. My current research focuses on publishing practices after digitisation, cultural techniques in interface and user-experience design, and genealogies of media at the intersection of aesthetic and political thought. I am available to supervise doctoral students on topics aligned to one or more of my research interests.
Media theory; software studies; digital aesthetics; publishing practices; interface studies; new media literacies.
w/ David Berry (eds) Postdigital Aesthetics: Art, Computation and Design, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillian, 2015.
‘The Virtues of Critical Technical Practice’, differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, Special Issue: Darkside of the Digital Humanities 25.1 (2014): 216-230.
w/ Geert Lovink, 'Theses on Making in the Digital Age', in Garnet Hertz (ed.) Critical Making (2012)
‘The Becoming Environmental of Power: Tactical Media After Control’, Fibreculture Journal 18 (2011)
‘Issues, Processes, AIR: Toward Reticular Politics’, Australian Humanities Review 46 (2009)
Director of Communications and Public Engagement