K├╝nzel Werner

Person Type:
person
Life Span:
1951 –
Country of Birth:
Germany
Biography:
He is a philosopher and writer. Lives and works in Berlin. He studied philosophy, art history and archaeology in Freiburg, Florence and Paris. Since 1985, his main project has been a special type of archaeology, involving the reconstruction of hidden traces in the history of computer. During this research, he has written several books and essays about philosophers and inventors of calculating machines, especially Lullus, Kircher, Leibniz, Hegel, Babbage and Zuse. On the basis of this work in progress, he has been invited to several international conferences, including, for example, Munich (D) in 1991, Vienna (A) and Antwerp (B) in 1993, and The Hague (NL) and Barcelona (E) in 1995, and Budapest in 1996. He designed a multimedia program entitled 'Ars Combinatoria' for the Berliner Festspiele in the year 2000. (2011)
Lecturer
 
TITLE TYPE CREATION DATE
still The Birth of the MACHINE: Raymundus Lullus and His Invention presentation
1996-01-23