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Christian Ulrik Andersen

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Christian Ulrik Andersen
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I teach and research software and computer interfaces as a culture and a means of expression (aka “software studies” and “interface criticism”). My ambition is to bring the knowledge and practices found in the underbelly of digital culture and art to the fore. 

I believe that digital art and activism (net art, software art, critical making, creative coding, electronic literature, and other critical technical practices) may help us understand how software (including its various interfaces and infrastructures) influences the ways images, text, movies, music/sound, games, etc. are produced, distributed and consumed. Digital art and activism provides new perspectives on the unintended glitches, cultural conflicts, as well as on the (innovative) excess energies of software and networks.

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