Michael Heidt

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Most Recent Affiliation(s):

  • Chemnitz University of Technology

ISEA Bio(s) Available:

  • ISES 2022

    Michael Heidt likes to situate his practice at the intersection of poietic code creation and critical-reflective theory production. He has conducted practice-based research endeavours informed by fields such as philosophy, media art, and electronic writing. Project foci range from software-based inquiry into microbiological populations to speculative inquiry into the potentials of distributed ledger technologies to foster post-scarcity economies. An ongoing focus of Michael’s research is complexity, which he has applied as intellectual lens motivating research engagements with biological systems, interaction systems, and distributed systems. Michael was a visiting scholar at Simon Fraser University’s School of Interactive Arts and Technology, is an alumnus of German Academic Scholarship Foundation, of DFG’s research training group crossWorlds, and of Andrea von Braun Foundation. Currently, he is conducting the project CoGS at Anhalt University while being an affiliated researcher at University of Kassel’s Gender/Diversity in Informatics Systems group


    Michael Heidt, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany

    Michael Heidt, t is a computer scientist, emerging artist and PhD student studying at the Chemnitz University of Technology, in Germany. In his most recent media art installation, PRMD (2014) he explored practices of identity construction with respect to historical narrative and code; and the juxtaposition of digital form and interactional situations.

    Michael Heidt,  Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany

Last Known Location:

  • Chemnitz, Germany

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