4-part seminar for the Intensive Study Program Fall/Winter 2022-23 on “Planetary Spatiality: Figuring Embeddedness in Structures of Entanglement”. Details for registration here.
Presentation for the Autonomy Seminar on “Autonomy and Non-Adaptation in Art”, on July 22, London, UK. Closed session at ICA. Additional presentations by Lucca Fraser, Helen Hester and Emily McMehen
For Vienna Creative Days, June 1 2022. Lecture entitled “Xenotemporality and Infrastructures for Survival” honouring the theoretical and artistic work of friend and collaborator Diann Bauer.
Curation of a day-long Master’s Symposium for the Visual Arts Department at HEAD Genève, CH. Streaming broadcast online, March 30 2022, 10:00-18:30.
New lecture date 19 March @19:00.
A lecture stemming from The Valuation of Necessity essay, and a screening of Incommensurate States held at Lothringer 13 in conjunction with “Dissolving Matter and Value”, Munich, DE. Initial date in November 2021 postponed due to Covid surge.
Talk on Design and Temporality for the DAE Research Festival, 16 March 2022 @ 15:50-16:30, in Eindhoven, NL and online.
Discussion with vinit agarwal, with respondant Ute Holl for the Decolonising Socialism: Entangled Internationalism study group session. 4 March, 2022 @16:30 CET. Registration is free! Prepared talk on “Spatialising Entanglement”, in relation to computation, data modelling.
Talk and discussion for The New Centre’s class “What Now?: Contemporary Art & the Post-Pandemic Conditions“. 19 February, 2022 @20:00 CET. Lecture on “Localisation”.
Open to all online, on 29 Jan. 2022 9am (PST) / 18:00 (CET) on Localization in Counterfactual Worlds. More info, and downloadable readings here.
Models, Badiou writes, are what enable thought through participation, where participation is understood as a mixture of the sensible and... More
A volume on artificial intelligence, with multiple textual and visual contributions exploring the synthetic qualities of cognition. This volume attempts... More
Publication and LP accompanying the exhibition “Spatial Jitter” from Mouse on Mars. With contributions from Louis Chude-Sokei, Helga de la... More
The expression ‘horizonless future’ is a comradely provocation towards discourses pronouncing the cancellation of futurity. The main claim is that... More
Spanish translations (by Toni Navarro and Federico Fernández Giordano) of a selection of individually-written texts from members of the Laboria... More
Full publication available for download here. Considering the premise that a technical object is an “artifact used to make other... More
The turbulence of orientation that arrives with the end of a world (where given axioms no longer provide referential certainty),... More
Epistemic accounts of the historical-discursive givenness of the now total, planetary monohumanist reality cannot eclipse the necessity to struggle for... More
(…) To describe something as ‘toxic’, in both biological and sociological senses, is to evoke something that produces harm. Although... More
The non-conformance of human experience with conditions of the current world capture a turbulent incompatibility of our moment: the condition... More
A City Curating Reader: Public Art Munich 2018 Eds.: Joanna Warsza and Patricia Reed What is public in public art?... More
Making & Breaking is an online journal published by the Autonomy research chair of Avans University’s Centre of Applied Research for... More
Sat, Dec 2, 2017, 3pm at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin In the frame of Technosphere (2015-19) at Haus... More
For The Future of Demonstration: Vermoegen, a performance and broadcast event on 2 Nov. 2017 in Vienna (Reaktor Studio) –... More
Seminar and Public Forum co-organised with Antonia Majaca and Mohamad Salemy. Seminar on July 16. 2015 (10:00-21:00) at the University... More
Online Class co-taught with Diann Bauer with The New Centre for Research and Practice, May 25-June23, 2015. GUEST(S): Amanda Beech,... More
2013 Inclinations is a monthly speaker series at Or Gallery Berlin, hosting philosophers, artists, curators, and...
2011 Designed for The Labour Of The Multitude? The Political Economy Of Social Creativity Conference at the Warsaw Free/Slow University A poster announces a series of questions, making present the position of listening and inquiry as an invited member of the audience. Engagements to these questions shall proceed through a polyphonous text (forthcoming), based on the series of speeches and debates that play out in the conference, documenting the position of active listening / apprehension, without speaking.