Dieter Daniels is professor for art history and media theory at the Academy of Visual Arts (HGB) in Leipzig and currently Gutenberg Fellow at the Gutenberg Research College, Mainz. As an art historian, media theorist, and exhibition curator he has published several books on media history and media art as well as on the relation between art and music. He is author and editor of monographs on George Brecht, John Cage, and of two books on Marcel Duchamp and the legacy of the readymade. Selected publications: The Readymade Century (with Olaf Nicolai, 2017). Übrigens sterben immer die anderen: Marcel Duchamp und die Avantgarde seit 1950(1988), and Duchamp und die anderen: Der Modellfall einer künstlerischen Wirkungsgeschichte in der Moderne (1992).