Participation for the series at HAU, Berlin on 29 March, 2020. More details soon.
At the Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague, Department of Non-Linear Narrative | 23 March – 27 March, 2020. More Details to follow.
Diagrammatic lecture at Ausland, Berlin 14 March, 2020 – more details soon.
Japanese translation (PDF) of “Freedom and Fiction,” from Glass Bead, Site 02. Thanks for Okayama Art Summit for the translation!
ОРИЕНТИРОВАНИЕ В БОЛЬШОМ МИРЕ: О НЕОБХОДИМОСТИ БЕЗГОРИЗОНТНЫХ ПЕРСПЕКТИВ, Russian translation of “Orientation in a Big World: On the Necessity of Horizonless Perspectives,” out now (print) in Moscow Art Magazine, #109.
On Planetary Localisation: Respatialising the Site, 5 February 2020, London, UK. Details here.
On Non-Adaptive Aesthetics, January 16, 2020 – 19:30-21:00, at Garage Moscow. Event is free after registration here.
Lecture at HDK Göteborg on 20 Nov. 2019 @15:00, for the CEP Critical & Editorial Practices dept. arranged by Markus Miessen.
Lecture and discussion with J.P. Caron and Reza Negarestani at e-flux on 30 Oct. 2019, 7pm in NYC. I’ll be remote via Skype. Details here.
Lecture at Goethe inst. Seoul, KO with Yuk Hui, as part of exhibition program curated by InYoung Yeo on 29 October, 2019 – 19-21:30. Talk title: Genres of Being for a Planetary Condition and the Semblance of Novelty Problem
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