post.media

25. Nov 2018

Figuring Out Heteropolitics

talk @ 'Nová Európa' (Košice) // the social has to be re-sourced in fundamental ways, knotting together very different assemblages in a new general assembly. While there are no ready made answers to be given, we can start figuring out
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21. Jan 2018

realize immersion

panel chair @ 'Into Worlds' by Berliner Festspiele + Federal Agency for Civic Education (BPB) // Discussing question of the mechanics and 'realism' of media related 'immersion' and enquiring to what extent social relations are expressed in these new phenomena of mediated experience.
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18. Nov 2017

trans.design

presentation @ 'Post-X-Politics' Leuphana University // Can – and: should – 'design' be part of the articulation of a current-day progressive politics? Is there a way to include any understanding or notion of 'design' – as intentful, preconceived, planned, coordinated, and reflexive shaping – in relation to our shared social structures and longed-for (trans-)collective futures? 
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28. Nov 2016

after.video/assemblages

hybrid video-book publication @ Open Humanities Press // an edited collection of assembled and annotated video essays – stored on a server inside a VHS (Video Home System) case. this is both a digital and analog object: manifested, in a scholarly gesture, as a ‘video book’. eventually after.video will be living in two instantiations: an online version – located on the web and in the offline version.
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1. Feb 2016

Anxious to Act

Five years after the tumultuous political events of 2011, which triggered a series of dispersed yet medially choreographed acts of resistance, the larger patterns and nature of global activism and individual action are in need of assessment and reinvention. From Tahrir to Taksim, from Occupy to Indignados, from the Twitter and Facebook Revolutions to the Blackberry Riots, the Anxious to Act stream confronts the events behind us as well as…
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1. Feb 2018

Transversal Values: On New Forms of Coalition

panel input @ transmediale 2018 // As politics fail, nationalist ideologies gain traction, and segregative tendencies multiply, an urge for a new, different “we” becomes apparent, one that forces us to step outside our comfort zones and move beyond known, artificially constructed borders. But how feasible is it to think and act collectively on a transnational and transcultural level?
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