Swiss art historian Claus Gunti teaches at the University of Art and Design Lausanne (écal) and at the University of Lausanne (Unil). His research primarily focusses on the history of digital images in photography and recent developments in imaging technologies (drones, CGI, automated photography, AI). His recent publications include “Rendered realities and fabricated visual spaces” (Augmented photography, écal, 2017), “Light epistemologies” (FOAM Magazine, 2018) and Digital Image Systems. Photography and New Technologies at the Düsseldorf School (transcript Verlag, 2019). He co-edited a reader on digital culture, Introduction à l’étude des cultures numériques, with Raphaël Baroni (Armand Colin, 2020). In 2019/2020, he will be research fellow at the German Center for Art History in Paris.