Hermann von Helmholtz-Zentrum für Kulturtechnik

Zentralinstitut der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Daniel Tyradellis

Foto: Anita Affentranger

Vice Director for Teaching & Learning
Phone: 030 2093-12883
Email: daniel.tyradellis@hu-berlin.de

Daniel Tyradellis is philosopher as well as curator. In 2003, he obtained his PhD after his studies in philosophy and theory of science. His doctoral thesis on the genesis of Husserl´s phenomenology in the context of the foundational crisis of mathematics was mentored by Friedrich Kittler.
From 2000 to 2006 he has been a member of the German Research Foundation research training group “Codification of Violence in Medial Transformation” at the Humboldt University Berlin. Following that, he partook in the research unit “The Force of Archives”.
Next to to his scholarly activities, Tyradellis works as chief curator on transdisciplinary exhibitions for numerous museums (i.a. the German Hygiene Museum, the Jewish Museum Berlin, Kunstwerke Berlin – Institute for Contemporary Art, Deichtorhallen Hamburg) since 1997. His research emphasis includes philosophies of immanence and the close interlocking of curatorial theory and practice as its own method of cultural science research. He understands his exhibitions as an experimental setup for thinking in a space.
Since 2020 he serves as a visiting professor for Theory and Practice of Curating at the Hermann von Helmholtz Centre for Cultural Techniques.