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Opening speech of the Exhibition METAPHORS at nomadentappe.net (Linz) Curated by Enrique Tomas
Talk at the INM – Institut für Neue Medien Frankfurt: Vom Informationsbegriff zu Fragen der Individuation in der gegenwärtigen medialen Ästhetik.
Ich werde den Versuch unternehmen, das Simondonsche Denken der Individuation und dessen gegenwärtige Entwicklungen (z.b. Stiegler und Combes) – hinsichtlich aktueller theoretischer Auffassungen digitaler Technologien zu verfolgen.
Machinic concepts for feminist hackers
Workshop held at Miss Baltazar’s laboratory on gender, becoming, individuation in relation to issues concerning the space at hand, which is both a hacker space for women and trans and an atelier (with short texts by Rosi Braidotti and Erin Manning).
Paper presentation at Mutamorphosis – Tribute to Uncertainity
Title: On the indeterminancy of transdisciplinary practices.
Panel: Philosophical Toys Today – Attractor: Tomáš Dvořák
Participation to the symposium and workshop PERFORMATIVITY AND SCIENTIFIC PRACTICE
Transdisciplinary relations are constructed and discussed upon a “non-propositional logical mode of understanding gained through a bodily involvement in the ‘act of doing’”. My statement
Participation to flow festival
“The idea of “flow” is to branch out and open new channels of communication, forming a network among artists and scientists that brings the countries of the Danube region closer together: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Ukraine.”
Review of Bernhard Stieglers: “Denken bis an die Grenzen der Machine”
“This knot linking the „know how“ of the technician to the speculative reach of the philosopher, is what constitutes a mnemo-technics, i.e. demarcates the link between thought and a materialized version of memory.”
Reading group in Miss Balthazar’s Laboratory,1150 Wien.
We will start with the lectures Michel Foucault held between 1981 and 82: “L’hermeneutique du sujet”. The reading will be carried on biweekly.
The main concern is to collectively engage into the topic of the “care of the self” and reflect upon its contemporary biopolitical inferences. (Organized together with Katharina Jesberger.