Shintaro Miyazaki


Photo by Konstantin Mitrokhov.

Shintaro Miyazaki is a Senior Researcher at the Critical Media Lab Basel, Academy of Art and Design FHNW in Switzerland. He studied media studies, philosophy, and musicology in Basel and Berlin, where in 2012 he received a PhD in media studies (about the history of digital technologies focusing on algorithms and their rhythms by coining the term algorhythmics).

Since about seven years ago, he embarked on an extended field trip in humanities-driven, experimental media design research. Miyazaki is interested in how we can generate moments of criticality which could emancipate us from our self-imposed ignorance of the algorithmic infrastructures we are captured by.

Don’t Forget to Change The Beat From Time To Time—About Counter-Raving

KQB Studio 1, Tue 28.01.2020, 14:00

Shintaro Miyazaki

Manifestations of Psyche – Analog Electronic Circuitry and Psychedelia

Kunstquartier Studio 1, Thu 29.01.2015, 14:00

Lecture by Shintaro Miyazaki

Media Archaeology as Artistic Practice

HKW, Sun 01.02.2015, 17:00

Workshop hosted by Shintaro Miyazaki and Jamie Allen