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MONIKA DOMMANN is Professor of Modern History at the University of Zurich. Topics in her research and teaching are the intertwining of the Old and New Worlds, media-, economic- and legal history, the history of knowledge and science as well as the methods of historical science. She has a special focus on the history of material cultures, immaterial goods, logistics and data centers. HANNES RICKLI is a visual artist and has held a professorship at the Zurich University of the Arts since 2004. From 1988 to 1994, he worked as a freelance photographer for various newspapers and magazines and has staged visual art exhibitions in Switzerland and abroad since 1991. In 2004, he was awarded the Meret Oppenheim Prize from the Swiss Federal Office for Culture. His teaching and research focus on the instrumental use of media and space. MAX STADLER is a post-doctoral researcher at ETH Zurich (Science Studies and Collegium Helveticum). He has received a Ph.D. in the history of science, technology and medicine from CHoSTM, Imperial College, London. His research interests center on the history of "high-tech," labor, and the human sciences.