New ICI Lecture Series ERRANS environs/s
ICI Berlin, Christinenstr. 18/19, Haus 8, 10119 Berlin
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Federicobr Luisetti

Federico Luisetti
On Ecocolonialism and Speculative Crime Scenes

ICI Lecture, 18 Nov 2019, 19:30

The Anthropocene has been embraced by the humanities, social sciences, and visual arts as a new geologic epoch that captures the planetary dimension of the long-term human impact on the environment.

Part of the ICI Lecture Series Errans environ/s.

ERRANS, environ/s brICI Lecture Series  2019-20

ERRANS environ/s
ICI Lecture Series 2019-20

The ‘ERRANS environ/s’ Lecture Series investigates the ways in which an attention to environments can dissolve boundaries or make them permeable, undermine naive ontologies, decentre the subject, and produce complex political ecologies attuned to far-reaching entanglements.

With talks by Federico Luisetti, Eva Horn, Christina Wessely, Didier Debaise, Avery Gordon, Jennifer Fay, and Susan Bernstein.

Svetlana Boym brExile and Imagination

Svetlana Boym
Exile and Imagination

Screening, Discussion, 26 Nov 2019, 19:30

This one-hour documentary film by Judith Wechlser from 2017 engages with the life and work of Svetlana Boym (1959-2015), literary and cultural critic, media artist, novelist, and playwright.

With Judith Wechsler
Moderated by Tatyana Gershkovich

An ICI Berlin event in cooperation with American Academy in Berlin

Eva brHorn

Eva Horn
The Aesthetics of the Anthropocene

ICI Lecture, 4 Dec 2019, 19:30

Art in the Anthropocene cannot be limited to a thematization of the many different dimensions of the current ecological crisis. Both the theory and the practice of art need to address questions of form.

The lecture is part of the current ICI Lecture Series ERRANS, environ/s.

A brTentation


ICI Library Event, 10 Dec 2019, 19:30

The tent represents an experimental and existential form of life and habitat, oscillating between an always-possible departure and an often uncertain arrival. The evening will consist of a staged reading delving into the manifold ways of literary camping.

With Delfina Cabrera, Nicolò Crisafi, Marlon Miguel, and a video installation by Silke Schwarz.

Special Guest: Hila Amit

Organized by Corinna Haas, Claudia Peppel, and Arnd Wedemeyer





An Errant Glossary


Thinking brthe Political

the Political

Truth, Freedom, brand the Academy

Truth, Freedom,
and the Academy

Laurence brRickels