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Orit brHalpern


Neural ‘Freedoms’: Population, Choice, and Machine Learning

Lecture, 27 Mar 2023, 19:30

This talk interrogates the history of models of decision making and agency in machine learning, neo-liberal economic thought, and finance in order to interrogate how reactionary politics, population and sex, and technology are being reformulated in our present. While the relationship between the Right, post-truth, suggestion algorithms, and social media has long been documented, rarely has there been extensive investigation of how ideas of choice and freedom become recast in a manner amenable to machine automation and to the particular brands of post-1970s alt-Right discourses.

Part of the Lecture Series Models

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Ateliers und andere brMöglichkeitsräume

Ateliers und andere

Michael Glasmeier im Gespräch mit Sandra Boerschenstein

Discussion, 23 Mar 2023, 19:00

Kunsthaus Dahlem
Käutzchensteig 8
14195 Berlin – Dahlem

Einige Ateliers sind als Räume künstlerischer Prozesse und Inspirationen inzwischen so legendär, dass sie zum Museum werden konnten, andere bleiben quasi unsichtbar. Sie sind eher situativ unterwegs oder richten sich in einem mobilen Skizzenbuch ein.

Anlässlich der Veranstaltung hat Sandra Boschenstein außerdem eine umfangreiche In-Situ Arbeit geschaffen, welche an dem Abend zu sehen ist.

Teil der Lecture Series The Artist’s Space Situating the Studio Today

Organized by Kunsthaus Dahlem and ICI Berlin

auf Deutsch

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Spring Recess 2023

Spring Recess 2023

3 April - 1 May 2023

The ICI Berlin will be in spring recess from 3 April onwards.

We will resume our public activities on 2 May and look forward to the upcoming events in May.

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Hans-Christian brDany


Model MA-1: The Bomber Jacket as a Shifting Object of Projection

Lecture, 15 May 2023, 19:30

The bomber jacket MA-1 was originally designed as military apparel by the United States Air Force and later became part of the ’New Look’, a military strategy that the US Army developed in the age of militarism and in the shadow of a possible atomic conflict during the cold war.

Part of the Lecture Series Models

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Selamawit brD. Terrefe

D. Terrefe

Race, Power, and the Psyche: Violence at the Corridors of Psychoanalysis

Lecture, 23 May 2023, 20:00

Black death remains a lateral exigency in its most capricious and predictable disclosures: policing and punishment. Neither loss of the mythical subject nor the seemingly prosaic matrix of race and power account for the mundanity of antiblack violence.

Part of the Lecture Series Psychoanalytische Kulturwissenschaft 

The lecture series is a cooperation of the Berlin Institute for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (BiPP), the Cultural Science Institute of the Humboldt University Berlin, the International Psychoanalytic University (IPU), and the ICI Berlin, organized by Wilhelm Brüggen (BIPP), Monika Englisch (BIPP) and Andreas Gehrlach (HU Berlin), funded by Friedrich Stiftung Hanover.

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Mary S. brMorgan

Mary S.

Model Narratives

Lecture, 30 May 2023, 19:30

The models of scientists – to be found in their diagrams, equations, maps, and even machines – can be understood as their representations of phenomena in the world. But when we look back into how scientists created those models, we often find processes of narrative-making: scientists, in seeking to understand their part of the world, create narratives about how it might work. 

Part of the Lecture Series Models

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Cover Zaayman

Anarchival Practices

The Clanwilliam Arts Project as Re-imagining Custodianship of the Past
Carine Zaayman

Worlding Public Cultures

Berlin: ICI Berlin Press, 2023

Open Access

Where is the past? It is not really behind us, but with us, constantly imagined and re-imagined in public discourse through historical narrations. Using the Clanwilliam Arts Project as a case study, this volume is founded on the ‘anarchive’, a conceptual constellation that positions the past in relation to the present, bringing into view strategies to facilitate remembering beyond the colonial archive.

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The Politics of brBeginnings

The Politics of

Hannah Arendt Today
In and Out of brthe Studio

In and Out of
the Studio

Lessons of Post-Studio Art
Dorothee brKimmich


Magische Ähnlichkeiten bei Freud und Wittgenstein