Shintaro Miyazaki

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Shintaro Miyazaki is a (junior)-professor in "Digital Media and Computation" (with tenure track) at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Musicology and Media Studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. From 2014–2021 he has been a senior researcher at Institute of Experimental Design and Media Cultures of the Academy of Art and Design, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland. (2022)

Miyazaki enrolled in Media Studies at University of Basel, which started in 2001 as a side degree and later it became a major course discipline. He studied mainly under Christoph Tholen and Wolfgang Hagen, who were fellows and friends of Friedrich Kittler. In 2013 he received his doctorate in Media Studies after a thesis on algorhythmics and a media archaeology of digital computing and digitality written under the supervision by Wolfgang Ernst one of Kittler's students.

Together with Özgün Eylül Iscen he is co-curating counter-n.



  • Algorhythmisiert. Eine Medienarchäologie digitaler Signale und (un)erhörter Zeiteffekte, Berlin: Kulturverlag Kadmos, 2013, 288 pp. Publisher. (German)