My name is Fabian, I am a doctoral student, Graduate Student Researcher, and Regent's Fellow in the Media Arts and Technology program at the University of California, Santa Barbara, as well as a collaborator of STAGE lab at the University of Chicago. Before, I worked at ZKM | Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, Germany, where I curated and managed several large-scale exhibitions. I received my Dipl. degree from the Institute for Applied Theater Studies in Gießen, Germany, where I was a student of composer and director Heiner Goebbels and a fellow of the German National Academic Foundation. Full CV available on request.
I am giving a talk titled "[machine here]. Non-representation as a Mathematical Strategy in the Construction of Alan Turing’s Imaginary Machine" at the conference and exhibition [image here] at Harvard University.
I am giving a talk on "The Conservator’s Task. The Case for Programmable Logic Devices as a New Tool for the Conservation of Digital Art" at the conference Hands on History. Exploring New Methodologies for Media History Research at the University of London.
I am giving a talk on "Conceptual Superposition. The Aesthetics of Quantum Simulation" at this year's SIGGRAPH Asia conference in Kobe, Japan.
The exhibition catalog to the grand Sasha Waltz retrospective at ZKM | Center for Art and Media is finally being published by Hatje Cantz and includes my essay "Beyond the Scenes. Sasha Waltz's Objects and Installations Between Theater and the Visual Arts"
SWR2 did an interview with me on different aspects of my work a while ago. Listen to it here (in German).
Open access to my diploma thesis "Information, Konzept, Berechenbarkeit. Zum Computer als Medium der Kunst" is here (in German).
Projects and publications coming soon for this website revision.