Christian Doeller

research interests: error, interactive installation, agency, Noise, Human-machine-Interaction, digitalization, digitality, physical computing, sciart, transdiciplinarity, translation, transcriptions, Sculpture, DIGITAL IMAGING, prototyping, generative art
affiliation: CYTTER.datalab

Christian Doeller is a visual artist and artistic researcher. His experimental practice develops in unresolved spaces between perception, scientific research and technological change. With his current process-based installations, algorithmic systems, generative sculptures and images he is exploring entanglements and transitions between physical and digital conditions. He investigates limits and readjustments of sensing and perception, relationships and dependencies in human-machine interactions, social effects of digitization processes, and the properties of non-human agency, noise, randomness and autopoiesis. His work has been exhibited internationally at venues such as Neue Galerie, Kassel, Vašulka Kitchen Brno, Czech Republic, and NKNU Art Space in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. He participated in numerous artist-in-residence programs, led workshops and initiated performances and events in public space on an international level. Doeller is a lecturer at the Media Environments chair at Bauhaus-University in Weimar and a member of the curatorial collective of KV – Kunstverein Leipzig. He lives and works in Leipzig.


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