Guest Lecturer: Elena Veljanovska
Guest Lecturer: Hanna Rose Shell Camouflage and Photographic Surveillance: Hide-and-Seek in Science, Art, and War
Guest lecturer: Antoine Bousquet Beginning with the Renaissance’s discovery of the technique of linear perspective through to the invention of photography and concluding with the recent developments in computer vision and virtual reality, this talk traced the historical process of rationalisation and mechanisation of perception and its visual representations.
Guest lecturer: Mark Duffield We live in a time of international polarisation, social breakdown and a deepening crisis of democratic representation. This crisis is all the more urgent given the political inertia it has revealed.
Lecturer: Casey Carr This Lecture analyzed the organizational structures and profile of Belgian foreign fighter contingents in insurgent groups in Syria from 2012 to 2015 and the few of their number who returned to carry out attacks from January 2015 in Paris to March 2016 in Brussels.
Guest lecturers: Ralph Heidenreich and Stefan Heidenreich Money might be a transitory thing. At least the history of media suggests that possibility. Since computers and networks are able to track and register all transactions, money is no longer the only medium that enables us to allocate and distribute resources. And, as the current crisis shows, it comes with … Continue reading “For an Economy without Money, Thoughts on postmonetary practices”
Guest lecturers: Václav Janoščík & Jakub Ferenc – This lecture focused on the work of Alex Williams and Nick Srnicek’s work Inventing The Future which primarily calls for an “accelerationist politics at ease with a modernity of abstraction, complexity, globality and technology”.
This Diffractions’ discussion revisited the concept of schizophonia, introduced by R. Murray Schafer in the late 60s.
How does Thomas Metzinger’s work challenge and carve out the foundations for a novel and transformed notion of subjectivity?
During this lecture we took a look at the cultural and psychological aspects of conspiracy theories and how they are relevant in today’s [speculative] reality.
And beyond all this we have yet to disturb the peace of this world in still another way… Quod exitus sectabor iter?
the 2nd event of the month-long cultural program at the AAU’s |art|SPACE centering around the vibrant theme of color: SEDMIKRASKY |translations in color|
A continuation of the discussion regarding Algorithms, Automatons, and Crypto-Currencies.