Stefanie Bräuer is an art historian, media studies scholar, and educator. She studied in Jena, Berlin, Basel, and Siena. After contributing as a research assistant to a project on ultrashort audiovisual forms funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (2014–17, HSLU and University of Basel), she was associated with the German Center for Art History in Paris as a guest researcher, financed through a SNF-Doc.Mobility grant (2017–18). Her doctoral thesis explored the implementation of oscilloscopic imagery in early 1950s experimental film (University of Basel, 2021). Currently, she works on a historical network analysis of 1980s and 1990s video practice and net activism, and teaches courses on audiovisuality and digitality.