Felix Remter studied social and cultural anthropology, social sciences and intercultural communication in 2009 - 2015 at LMU Munich (Magister Artium). Currently he is working at the Munich Centre for Technology in Society (MCTS) co-implementing the project 100Places:M as part of the centre for urban ecology and climate adaptation (ZSK) at TU Munich. Into this work he brings further experiences from studying landscape architecture in 2003 - 2006 at TU Munich and Leibnitz Universität Hannover and from fieldwork in human bee relations in Germany, Switzerland, Wales and Bashkortostan.
Here he is currently working at the 100Places:M project
- More Than Human Anthropology
- STS & Urban/Ecological Design
- Migration, Identity and Discourse
- Mixed Media Ethnography
- EASA – European Association of Social Anthropologists (Network HOLB – Humans and other living beings)
Selected Work Experiences
- 2015 – today: Co-founder of and partner in the media production company primate visions.
- 2009 – today: Teaching visual anthropology at the Institute for Social and Cultural Antropology, LMU Munich, Germany.
- 2006 – today: Assistant Director, Director of Photography and post production in awarded feature films.
- 2012 – 2014 Founder and manager of Merula Theater Company in Prizren, Kosova. Project coordinator for Xchange-Perspectives e.V.
- 2017 with Miriam Remter: Thick participation in the material entanglements of honeybees and their keepers. At the Symposium: Connecting Materialities/Material Connectivities. Center for Advanced Studies (CAS), LMU Munich, Germany.
- 2016: Worker Bees, Parasites and the human fear of the feral. At: EASA Conference 2016: Anthropological legacies and human futures. Milano, Italy.
- 2016 with Miriam Remter: Sensory experience in a more-than-human world – fragments from audiovisual practice. At the Conference: Sight meets Sound. Critical media practice and the ethnographic project. Internationales Begegnungszentrum der Wissenschaft (IBZ), Munich, Germany.
- 2015: Ontologies of Honeybees belonging. At the Symposium: BUZZ – Parasitic Ecologies. Im Turm T66, Freiburg, Germany.