Claus Gunti (PhD) is an art historian, lecturer at the University of Art and Design Lausanne (ECAL) and coordinator at the Centre de la photographie Genève. His research primarily focusses on the intersection of art and technology, new forms of photographic practices, recent developments in imaging technologies and digital culture. His recent writing includes texts on Julian Charrière, contaminations between reality and CGI and an essay on photography and migration (Foam Magazine #62). Both his books Digital Image Systems. Photography and New Technologies at the Düsseldorf School and Introduction à l’étude des cultures numériques, a reader on digital culture co-edited with Raphaël Baroni, came out in 2020. In 2021, he co-published the book Automated Photography with Milo Keller and Florian Amoser, outcome of an ECAL research project, which has been shown in exhibition form in Paris, Lausanne, Seoul and Tokyo, and is featured at the 2023 Foto/Industria festival. Currently, he is writing a book on photographic objects in recent artistic positions for the new book series Superscripte.