Simon Reynolds wurde in London geboren. Er lebt mittlerweile in seiner Wahlheimat Los Angeles. Das Kaiserreich in Europa Veranstaltungsart: Vortrag. Lecture Series "Tuning into Worlds. Artistic practices engage with the natural and technological worlds in which we are embedded. How do animal, plant, geological, or machinic forms of perception, knowledge, and being come to bear in aesthetic processes? The lecture series focuses on the capacities of the arts to cross, question, and reconfigure human measures, action, and sensing. The question of a more-than-human aesthetics that results from these capacities leads in two directions: How to account for nonhuman aspects, scales, and perspectives within anthropocentric conceptions of art production and reception?
And where must we acknowledge forms of aesthetic and perception, poiesis and aisthesis, beyond the human? The perspective of more-than-human aesthetics aims to disclose practices and concepts in order to historicize and criticize the entanglement between the arts and their respective technological and natural environments.
How can artistic practices alter these entanglements and test other modes of relation? And what material articulations and narratives, what artistic methods, does this propose or demand? What worlds appear and emerge if we focus on more-than-human aesthetics in the arts? Europa bleibt!
Das verlangt nach. Das gilt auch generell: Nationalismus ist die Bedingung des Universalismus. Dazu braucht man viel Verstand und noch mehr historische Kenntnisse. Moderation: Karl-Josef Pazzini. Donna Haraway geht methodisch Risiken ein, wie auch die Psychoanalyse. Die Psychoanalyse ging z. Donna Haraway wiederum arbeitet mit waghalsigen Metaphern und Analogien, schreibt Mythen weiter, arbeitet mit Verdichtungen, Verschiebungen. Den Auftakt bildet am Oktober ein Vortrag. Oktober ein Vortrag des Kunsthistorikers Dr. Adorno nach seiner Remigration gehalten hat.
Der Vortrag. Ulrike Schneider konzipierte. Frauen protestierten vor hundert Jahren in Massen gegen den Ersten Weltkrieg und das deutsche Kaiserreich. Ihre Streiks, Demonstrationen und Ausschreitungen leisteten einen wesentlichen Beitrag zur Novemberrevolution.
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Was macht Gelingen oder Scheitern einer Revolution aus? Ein Abend mit Dr. Vierte Welt Adalbertstr. Shah proposes that experimental setups depend upon the political, contested, and exclusionary constructions of authorship, authority, and authenticity, which are hidden in the description of the experimental setup.
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Looking at a postcolonial feminist history of digital technologies, computational networks, and cybernetics, this talk will dismantle the experimental setup by looking at the conditions of asking questions and the need to expand the idea of the experiment beyond the logistics of apparatus, process, and replication. The talk examines the use of historical reenactment, virtual reality VR , machine learning, and big data in the production of knowledge about the past.
Dealing with museum and art exhibits and documentary shorts such as Nazi VR and Triple Chaser, Agnew examines the ways in which new technologies are marshalled and older ones repurposed in order to gather and present compelling historical evidence. Against this backdrop, the talk asks what space remains for interpretation and the articulation of feeling. She co-organizes the Critical Thinking programme of the Academy in Exile, which provides fellowships for scholars-at-risk.
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Literaturhaus Berlin Fasanenstr. Moderator: Amanda DeMarco, Berlin For the past thirty years the West has been undergoing a communications revolution the likes of which it has not seen since the fifteenth century. Digital media. For the past thirty years the West has been undergoing a communications revolution the likes of which it has not seen since the fifteenth century.
Digital media have altered every aspect of our lives from the way we eat and travel to the way we interact with others, from our sense of time and space to our very sense of self. They have undermined the institutions of the print culture upon which Western societies have been based, igniting a legitimation crisis in a global order founded on individualism, pluralism, deliberation, disinterestedness, and the rule of law.
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They are contributing to the polarization, mistrust, tribalism, memory atrophy, and the unwillingness to distinguish truth from falsehood we see today. Media theorists have called our culture post-literate: it resembles less the print culture that immediately preceded it, than the oral cultures of Europe before the arrival of the alphabet. For it is by looking into mirror of the archaic that the clearest image of the digital present will appear.
He has translated two novellas from the French for Readux Books. He lives in Berlin. Amanda DeMarco is a writer and translator of French and German literature and philosophy. She lives in Berlin and is working on her first book. Die drei Zeiten des Museums Veranstaltungsart: Vortrag. Wie kommt Toleranz in die Welt? Was verbindet Glaube und Vernunft? Welche sicheren Antworten finden wir auf Grundfragen unserer Existenz? Warum sollten wir miteinander sprechen? Across the humanities and in the performative arts the experiment — commonly associated with the empirical sciences — is gaining ground.
These diverse endeavours understand the experiment as a formalized. These diverse endeavours understand the experiment as a formalized re staging of an encounter that may produce unforeseen results. Such encounters put greater emphasis on the research environment and foreground the participation of previously neglected human and non-human actors. As a consequence, increasing attention is paid to the constitution, agency, and surfaces of objects of knowledge. The lectures and the workshop aim to examine the relation, distinction, and interplay between experimental practices, laboratory settings, and creative processes, as well as the status of repetition, restaging, and novelty within knowledge production in the humanities and the performative arts.
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A seed. An archive. Soaked in material memories of soils, weathers, technologies, journeys, and cross-species interactions. The moment of planting, like an uncertain inscription: will it hold, will it stand up to the scrutiny of bugs and political winds? What endures in the archive and what stands to lose life and the right to flourish are not unrelated. As an effectual epistemic arrangement, archives shore up categories and histories that accord livable lives to some. As a pervious site of things and people, archives can hardly contain the derelictions and nervousness that structure the practices of recording, breeding, and keeping.
They want to pay particular attention to the troubles hidden in their ghostly matters. In re-sorting, re-classifying, up-turning, and re-describing documents and traces, this workshop will experiment with and speculate about beginnings and endings, plots and plantations, and present pasts.
Her interdisciplinary research combines the sociology and anthropology of science and problematizes data practices and data infrastructures in biodiversity discovery and natural history collections. Sybille Neumeyer is a multimedia artist, living and working in Berlin.
Her works include drawings, installations, objects, moving and still images through which she explores — with a focus on ecological issues — relationships and entanglements between human and non-human. Currently she is investigating micro-histories and polyphonic hi story-telling based on a cross-disciplinary research.tf.nn.threadsol.com/pytip-how-can-i.php
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Yet, no form of writing seems to lend itself for this bold task. In continuation of our workshop Kritik — Poetik — Kollaboration, we seek to interrogate the consequences of said transformations for reading and writing today. How are these practices changing in the digital era? What is the role of the new technologies and the socio-economic assemblages in which they emerge? And which new forms of literary, artistic, and theoretical production evolve — or might evolve — under these rapidly changing conditions? Along the lines of these and similar questions, Tom McCarthy will guide us through his fictional, essayistic, and theoretical universe.
Starting from a joint inquiry of the hermeneutics of de- and encryption, the poiesis of algorithms, and their mutual circulation, the workshop aims to initiate an exploration of new possibilities for both academic and artistic writing. If you are interested in taking part in the workshop, please send an email to labor fsgs. We will send all participants an electronic reader for preparation, but it would be advisable to buy and read the novel Satin Island beforehand.
The workshop is open to participants from all academic and artistic fields.