Shusha Niederberger

is an artist and educator who has been active in the field of media art, autonomous technological practice, and education since 2000. Since 2014, she is directing the art education department of HeK (House of electronic arts Basel), devising new strategies for technological practice as a cultural/aesthetic practice. She has conceived new institutional formats of critical technological practice (Critical Make Festival, Basel 2015), and explored the gendered aspects of technology in publications, workshops, performative lectures, talks, and a festival she co-curated (Electronnes, Zurich 2017). She is a lecturer for contemporary net cultures at F+F Schule für Kunst und Gestaltung Zurich, and currently is a research associate at the Zurich University of the Arts for the project Creating Commons.
  • Autorschaft
  • Ästhetik
  • Commons
  • Kunst
  • Digitale Kultur
  • Urheberrecht