With Simon Schaupp (DE), produced by Marold Langer-Philippsen (DE)

In the Werkleitz Festival 2021 Podcast, Simon Schaupp reports about where cybernetics can be found today, what could be done with it, and where it all started.

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Marold Langer-Philippsen

Marold Langer-Philippsen, born in Munich, lives in Europe, works as radio/media artist, director, performer, stage/exhibition designer and musician in the fields of time-based arts with particular attention to public space, theatre and live broadcast since 1984.

His radio works were created for community radios in Europe, Public Broadcast Stations in Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and Slovakia, Ars Electronica Linz and São Paulo Art Biennial. His performance works were presented throughout Europe, in the Middle East, South America and Australia.

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Simon Schaupp

Simon Schaupp (* 1988) is a sociologist and works as a research assistant in the Department of Social Structure Analysis of the University of Basel. He is co-founder and co-director of the Center for Emancipatory Technological Research (ZET). He researches and publishes on the digitalization of the working world and social conflicts. In September his book Technopolitik von unten: Über algorithmische Arbeitssteuerung und kybernetische Proletarisierung will be released by Matthes & Seitz (Berlin). He lives with his partner and son in Freiburg.