Vesna Schierbaum studied Media Cultural Studies and Art History at the University of Cologne. From 2020 to 2021, she worked there as a research assistant at the Chair for Cultures and Theories of the Popular of Prof. Dr. Stephan Packard. In her role as coordinator and editor, she was involved in the Grimme projects "Fragmented Public Sphere" and "Digital Sovereignty", among others, and supervised the two academic journals Medienobservationen and Mediale Kontrolle. She completed her Master's in Media Cultural Studies with a thesis on discourses and aesthetics of collective intelligence at Forensic Architecture. Since 2022 she is doing her PhD on discourses and mediations of sensory crowds.
- Science and Technology Studies
- Collectivity theories and media of collective intelligence
- Practices of representation