Götz, Magdalena, M.A.

Scientific Coordination


Magdalena Götz was scientific coordinator of the CRC «Media of Cooperation» (winter term 21/22). She has been a PhD researcher at the postgraduate program «Locating Media» at the University of Siegen between 2017 and 2021. Her research focuses on the interrelations between queer and feminist (media) art, digital mobile media, affects and infrastructures. She studied Literature, Art and Media Studies as well as British and American Studies at the University of Konstanz and Curatorial Studies with focus on Art and Media Studies at the University of Oldenburg. As a curator, art mediator, editor, and project manager she worked, among others, for Ars Electronica, Art Museum Celle, and Edith-Russ-Haus for Media Art.



«feeling our way. Queer-feministische Räume des Affektiven und Pädagogiken des Verlernens», in: Hahn, Annemarie / Meyer, Torsten / Schroer, Nada (eds.): curatorial learning spaces. Kunst, Bildung und kuratorische Praxis, kopaed Verlag (forthcoming).

«.txt – Queer Reading, Writing and Performing with the Young Girl Reading Group», in: Hofhues, Sandra / Schütze, Konstanze (eds.): Doing Research – Wissenschaftspraktiken zwischen Positionierung und Suchanfrage, Transcript Verlag (Feb 2022).

«touched by (digital) objects. Queere Smartphones und die Young Girl Reading Group», in: Bee, Julia / Gradinari, Irina / Köppert, Katrin (eds.): digital gender – de:mapping politics. Spekulieren mit 30 Objekten, Spector Books (to be published: Dec 2021).

«Feminist Dissent. Taking Sid/tes In Making ‘Purple Noise’», in: Bippus, Elke / Ganzert, Anne / Otto, Isabell (eds.): Taking Sides – Theories, Practices, and Cultures of Participation in Dissent, Transcript Verlag, 2021.

«Queering Practices: Uses of Digital Mobile Media in Queer/Feminist Art », in: Götz, Magdalena / Hind, Sam et al. (eds.): In the Spirit of Addition: Taking a ‘Practice+’ Approach to Studying Media, Working Paper Series, No 18 (2021), Collaborative Research Center 1187 Media of Cooperation, Universität Siegen, p. 15–21.

«Postdigital – post-partizipativ? Diskurse und Praktiken der Teilhabe in der aktuellen Medienkunst am Beispiel von Nadja Buttendorfs #HotPhones – high-tech self-care», in: Klein, Kristin / Noll, Willy (eds.): Postdigital Landscapes. Kunst und Medienbildung in der digital vernetzten Welt, Zeitschrift Kunst Medien Bildung | zkmb 2019, p. 27–40. Online: http://zkmb.de/post-digital-post-partizipativ/