Tilman Baumgärtel

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Tilman Baumgärtel (born 1966, Würzburg, Bavaria, Germany) is a German author, media theorist and journalist. He is currently professor of media theory (department design) at the University of Applied Sciences, Mainz.

Life[edit]

Tilman Baumgärtel has published books on media culture, Internet art, computer games, and Independent cinema in Southeast Asia. From 2005 to 2009 he taught at the University of the Philippines in Manila media and film studies. From 2009 to 2012, he taught at the Royal University of Phnom Penh in Cambodia at the Department of Media and Communication. Currently he is professor for media theory at the Hochschule Mainz.

His most recent publications is Southeast Asian Independent Cinema, a reader on young independent cinema from Southeast Asia. As a journalist he has been writing since the early 1990s for the Berlin daily die tageszeitung, Die Zeit, the Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Telepolis, the Berliner Zeitung and other German and international newspapers and magazines. Tilman Baumgärtel has two children.

Works[edit]

  • From guerrilla cinema to film essay: Harun Farocki. Book a German auteur, Berlin 1998
  • net.art. Materials for net art, Nuremberg 1999
  • net.art 2.0. New materials for net art. New material on art on the internet (bi-lingual: English / German), Nuremberg 2001
  • install.exe, Basel 2003
  • games. Computer games by artists, Frankfurt / Main, 2004
  • Sine cinema. Philippine-German Cinema Relations, Manila 2007
  • The Calamansi Cookbook: An Expat's Guide to Eating Well in the Philippines, Manila 2009
  • KON. The Cinema of Cambodia, Phnom Penh 2010
  • DONTREY. The Music of Cambodia, Phnom Penh 2011
  • STHAPATYAM. The Architecture of Cambodia, Phnom Penh 2012
  • South East Asian Independent Cinema, Hong Kong 2012
  • Schleifen. Zur Geschichte und Ästhetik des Loops, Berlin 2015
  • Pirate Essays. A Reader in International Media Piracy, Amsterdam 2016
  • Texte zur Theorie des Internets, Stuttgart 2017

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