Tatjana Seitz

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

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API studies at the intersection of economic, aesthetic and data driven concepts within the context of networked/social interfaces
Genealogies of the Social Interface:
Contextualising API’s Web Architecture Historiography Between Platform Aesthetics and Platform Criticism
(working title)

  • 2016 MA in Digital Media and Culture from the University of Warwick, UK, Distinction. Thesis: ‘Digital Desolation: Documenting 90 Home Pages’.
  • 2016-2017 Graduate Researcher at the Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning (IATL) at Warwick University. Workshop video analysis and Data Visualisation feeding into the concept of a new module: ‚Sport, Philosophy and Practice’, https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/iatl/activities/modules/ugmodules/sportphilosophyandpractice/.
  • 2014 BA in Medienwirtschaft (Media Studies and Economics) from Hochschule der Medien, Stuttgart, Germany. Thesis: ‘Stalingrad in the German and Sovjet war reporting. A discourse analysis/ qualitative video-interpretation (R. Bohnsack), at the Haus des Dokumentarfilms, excellent.
  • 2012 Two Semesters at the Moscow State University of Printing Arts, RU.
  • 2017 Digital Desolation: Amateurs, Aesthetics and the Aging of Web’s Architecture. Amsterdam: Institute of Networked Cultures, http://networkcultures.org/longform/
  • Research Infrastructure for the Study of Archived Web Materials conference, London, June 2017: ‚Genealogies of Web Design‘.
  • Into Digital, Warwick, 2016: Digital Desolation: ‚Impact of the Dot-Com Bubble on Screen Design‘.