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Symposium, 22. Sep 2022, 11:00-20:30

Since the 2008–09 global financial crisis, the neoliberal ethos has come forth via the technocratic premises of finding market-led and technology-enabled solutions to the ever-growing economic and ecological crises occurring at a planetary scale. This one-day symposium will gather artists and scholars whose works generate critical yet creative responses to the imperial aspirations of computational capital as manifested within and beyond Western settings.

Yener Bayramoğlu, Anna Engelhardt, Abhijan Toto, and Pujita Guha for Forest Curriculum
Juan Pablo García Sossa, and Sarah Grant for Futura Trōpica, Elise Misao Hunchuck, Bahar Noorizadeh, Tiara Roxanne, and Bassem Saad

Organized by Özgün Eylül İşcen, co-organized by Shintaro Miyazaki

An ICI Event in collaboration with Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

In-person: Registration required

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Social Media and Leibniz’ Monadology
Artificial Experience I

Workshop, 5-6 Oct 2022, 10:00-18:00

The Yale-Düsseldorf Working Group on Philosophy and Media juxtaposes thought figures from the history of philosophy with concrete media-technical ensembles under the rubric ‘Artificial Experience’. More specifically, it studies the artificiality of human and non-human experience as media. 

Organized by Martin Doll and Paul North 

In-person: Registration required

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Rethinking Contemporary Irish Literature in Europe

Reading and Discussion, 7 Oct 2022, 19:00 

The year 2022 marks the centenary of the publication of James Joyce’s Ulysses, but also the 50th anniversary of two important political events in Ireland: the referendum with which Irish citizens formally approved Ireland’s entry into the European Economic Community, and the passing of the European Communities Act by the Irish Parliament, which marked the formal acceptance of this entry.

Organized by Laura Scuriatti and Annalisa Volpone

This is an event organized by Bard College Berlin and the Centre for European Modernism Studies (CEMS) at the University of Perugia in cooperation with the ICI Berlin and with the support of the Jan Michalski Foundation and the Embassy of Ireland.

Public Livestream available
In-person: Registration will open on 21 Sep 2022

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Discussion, 14 Oct 2022, 19:00

Verliebt sein als philosophischer Zustand. Eros als anthropologischer Code innerhalb und jenseits der Geschlechterspaltung. Phädra, ‘die Leuchtende‘ – geboren im Griechenland der Antike und zu Hause im Theater der Welt – verkündet über die Jahrhunderte hinweg ihre tiefgründige Liebeslehre.

Organisiert von Agnese Grieco
Ein ICI Event in Kooperation mit Matthes & Seitz

öffentlicher Livestream 
In-person: Registrierung öffnet am 30. Sep 2022

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Here, Now, and Hereafter

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