Daniel Irrgang is research associate (media theory/art studies) at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design. From 2013 to 2016, he was a research associate at the chair for media theory at Berlin University of the Arts and supervisor at the Vilém Flusser Archive. He holds a PhD in media studies (Berlin University of the Arts) with a thesis on diagrammatics, expanded mind and expanded hermeneutics in connection with Vilém Flusser’s concept of “technical image”.

Since January 2018, Daniel is coordinator of the research seminar “Critical Zones” with Bruno Latour at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design.

Daniel is editor, together with Siegfried Zielinski and Marcel René Marburger, of the book series International Flusser Lectures and, with Alice Soiné and Florian Hadler, of the journal Interface Critique.

As part of the exhibition “Without Firm Ground—Vilém Flusser and the Arts,” organized by ZKM Karlsruhe, Berlin Academy of Arts, and the Vilém Flusser Archive, he published, together with Siegfried Zielinski and Peter Weibel, the tri-lingual edition Flusseriana—An Intellectual Toolbox (Minneapolis 2015). Daniel is a fellow on the research project “Archaeology/Variantology of the Media” and co-edited vols. 4 and 5 of Variantology—On Deep Time Relations of Arts, Sciences and Technologies (Cologne 2010 and 2011), including the German anthology (Berlin 2013). In collaboration with a rotating editorial team, he published the proceedings of the “Forum on the Genealogy of MediaThinking” (Berlin 2013–2017).

From 2008 to 2016, Daniel was a founding member of the communication agency AFKM, Berlin.