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Welchen Einfluss haben diese auf die Form und die Verbreitung von Geschichten? Within Corpoanarchy there will be a common space to host a series of events. The events will be held in English. Die Veranstaltungen werden in Englisch stattfinden. Corpoanarchy refers to the performative refusal of the body on a molecular level. In several cases within authoritarian states, such effects resulted in the disposition of bodies in diaspora, camp and exile which in hindsight introduced those bodies to new rigid forms of borders and necropolitics.

This process reveals the failure of the universality of human rights. Corpoanarchia suggests a critical way of dealing with this matrix through a performative refusal on a molecular level. Corpoanarchy examines the performativity of social movements through the lens of the behavior of such micro-organisms. Dezember , Wie funktionieren diese Wiederholungen von Rassismen und teils subtilen Aktualisierungen neo kolonialer Praktiken und Darstellungen? Ausstellung von Freitag Oktober bis Samstag 3. Dienstag Oktober , 19 Uhr. As watery we all owe ourselves to other bodies of water.

As watery we all eventually pass our waters on. We rely on water for our continued proliferation, but we are also reservoirs for this proliferating force of life in the plural. Our planetary hydrocommons is not just a network of interconnected geophysical waters, it is also made up from all bodies that materialize and transform these waters in there own fur and flesh. Imagining ourself as part of an embodied hydrocommons, we might then ask some questions about our responsibility to the waters that we come from and about our countability for the waters that we pass on.

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It is about our own fishy beginnings. Astrida Neimanis. September - Es wird fortlaufend aktualisiert. Grillieren am I have been measured for even longer. I still remember how in grammar school I once achieved the best grade possible in the half-yearly report I remember the outrage the ETH ranking in caused at my high school, since we were ranked at the bottom ten of schools. I was hopeful that it was a chance for change, not fully grasping the problems that came along with its methodology.

I always tried to run faster, jump higher and throw farther. Recently I found myself still on top of the all-time ranking of the sports club I used to compete for in javelin throwing gram. Partly, because I am so used to it and it seems to be the most logical thing to do. History of Dead Air JUNI - Datensicherheit ist eines der Themen der Stunde. Man kann daher davon ausgehen, dass so ziemlich alles, was man auf einem Smartphone tut, den jeweiligen Dienstleistern bekannt ist. Es gibt leider nicht wirklich viele Auswege aus diesem Panoptikum.

Eine Strategie, sich den Datenkraken zu entziehen, sind sogenannte Costum Roms. Alternative Apps gibt es in alternativen App Stores, ausserdem lassen sich die vertrauten Apps auch vom PlayStore laden, ohne sich bei Google anzumelden. Vielleicht hast du aber auch noch ein altes Handy, das noch funktioniert, aber vom Hersteller nicht mehr updatet wird? Sonntag Ihre Arbeit zirkelt um partizipative Formen, eng verstrickt mit dem Raum in dem sie selbst leben. Mai Was kann Kunst, was kann sie nicht? Daily life is made of many events. Some are created consciously by us and we can measure their effects.

Some others don't capture our attention at all. Some events are like air. Performing is a part of their perspective on the meaning of time in their daily lives and their thoughts on a notion of wasting time. This project is a performance dialogue between Mekawei and Mansour, in which they use live elements of talking to each other; Mansour uses objects to describe those thoughts in parallel with live sound art of Mekawei. Manche Ereignisse sind wie Luft. Yara Mekawei is a Cairo-based electro-acoustic music composer and sound artist.

She extracts the musical conversation of the visual images. As a prolific video and performance artist, who integrates the exotic visual elements of her society into a progressive fusion of her projects, she initiates and curates multidisciplinary interventions, events, concerts and workshops in Europe and the Middle East.

Fascinated by the endless oscillation of the human condition, he looks at what can start as a triumph and turns into a manifesto of defeat, leaving a sense of what could have been. He distorts those phenomenons through diligent personal practice, leaving the viewer with a testament from the edges of his world. Einfacher, freundlicher, gerechter. Im Moment interessieren uns Rezepte. Erst beim Kochen zeigen sich die Schwierigkeiten, erst mit den Zutaten kann das Ganze misslingen. Wir haben also vor, die Zeit zu nutzen und einiges zu kochen, das wir schon lange ausprobieren wollten. The film depicts two types of characters: inhabitants of the fictional planet of gender utopian society that are gender fluid, and real characters who find themselves outside of cisnormativity.

Samstag, Dazu wird uns das Djette feminarien ein Set liefern, das sich durch feministische, dekoloniale und anti-rassistische Begegnungen durchforstet. Sonntag, In einer zweiten Phase werden diese in Silikon gegossen. Anmeldung an hallo ckster. We aim to bring about situations whereby appreciations of Noise are undertaken simultaneously across multiple 'platforms' i. Noiserr is a Amsterdam-based project by Martina Raponi and Max Hampshire who will guide through the workshop.

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Thus the workshop will be held in English. Bring your own reading device with possibility of downloading the texts or getting them through USB!!! Bring your own inputs as text, as clip, as sound, etc. Martina Raponi , italian writer and researcher, lives and works in Amsterdam. She is interested in the writing practice beyond the written word, in noise, and the politics of noise and voice.

Max Hampshire is a researcher, artist and musician living and working in Amsterdam. His research involves unraveling the emergent politics of cryptographically-enabled platforms, as well as how autonomous technologies inform the structure of contemporary capitalism. His actual project together with Paul Seidler and Paul Kolling terra0 is driven by new concepts of ownership and maintenance and works towards automated sustainable and resilient forestry and has been shown at this years Transmediale and Ars Electronica Linz among others.

Weitere Informationen: technosphere-magazine. Juli — Wir treffen aufeinander zur militanten Untersuchung von Poetiken der Existenz. Dort wollen wir einen Schnitt ansetzen. Die Sorge um das Gemeinsame und um einander als erstes, damit wir hier auch nicht ertrinken. Es geht vielmehr darum, tauchen zu lernen. Session — Poetiken der Subjektivierung: Do Session — Blackness beyond Nothingness: Do Gender Matters. Enter the space. Enter your innermost part. Enter your self. You see flesh, nerves, wires and steel. Where are you, seeking to be seen while caressing glowing screens and feeling the tremor of speeding petabytes?

Where are you, typing and shooting in front of smart robotic eyes, whispering to speech recognition software, narrating and calculating your daily steps towards a good life? The walls of this body that you call yours are perforated. And yet, the windows of this space no longer open up to an outer space. The surfaces have turned outside in. You were so confident before.


Knew who you were The thing called "you" is no longer claimable as a clear entity. The flesh and nerves that enfolded this inner thing are pierced with glowing wires and hard steel. You became dividual. But take a look. Can you orient yourself? Can you ever be aware of it all? I don't know what's going on here in the absence of people, but the moment someone shows up, everything comes into motion. Old traps disappear and new ones emerge. Safe spots become impassable. Now your path is easy, now it's hopelessly involved. That's the Zone.

It may even seem capricious. But it is what we've made it with our condition. It happened that people had to stop halfway and go back. Some of them even died on the very threshold of the room. But everything that's going on here depends not on the Zone, but on us! Wie vermischen und durchdringen sich die zwei vermeintlich getrennten Welten? How are these two spaces experienced, navigated and constructed?

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