What does the 'capture all' logic entail and what does it mean to live in an algorithmic world? How does the desired ‘full take’ shape not just the contemporary lived environment but our very being, working and acting within it? The conference programme of transmediale 2015 attempts to map today’s complex algorithmic world, discussing the processes, the phenomena, the technologies and infrastructures involved.
PANEL WITH Thomas Drake William Binney Jesselyn Radack James Spione
PRESENTED BY Max Hoppenstedt
MODERATED BY Sarah Harrison
Screening/discussion presented in cooperation with MOTHERBOARD.
Conference Stream Work. In this panel discussion the Prototyping Lab’s Jury Board and its moderators as well as international Connecting Cities artists will discuss the topic of ‘In/Visible Cities’.
presentation & performance of artistic experiments in the shadowy zones of correlating practises.
A discussion of the impacts of standardization and engineering logics applied to living systems in the cultural contexts of the West and the East.
The panel is organised through the STARTS initiative that sets out to bring together artists, scientists and technologists to explore new ways of working.
Conference Stream Life. In the age of “dataism” can we even regain both a sense of self and a collective shaping of life?
This panel explores how life is led in conjunction with data systems.
The panel brings together the editors of the new open access Journal for Research Cultures alongside contributors Josh Harle and Margarete Jahrmann.
Conference Stream Work. This panel is addressing questions relating to the division of work time, leisure time and the position of “creative work” somewhere in between.
Conference Stream Life. What are the upcoming cultural and political implications of gathering affective data on large populations?
Conference Stream Work. The panellists will present their artistic positions, connecting art with life and body with its data to an business entity.
Conference Stream Life. The panel sheds light on the misconceptions and obfuscated parts of what can be framed as algorithmic governance.
A screening and conversation about the creative commons documentary Preempting Dissent (2014).
The Post-Digital Review gathers experts to discuss shifting forms of cultural practice, of organisations, of the economy.
This event revisits the bus tour through the documentation of filmmaker Simon Klose (Pirate Bay AFK).
Conference Stream Life. The panel presents speculative case studies and scenarios for a technological future of capture.
Conference Stream Life. What situations and relations of control over self, work, leisure and everyday life are emerging in the paradigm of the Smart City?
In this late night conversation, Crandall will perform a series of excerpts from Unmanned, followed by an exchange with Ryan Bishop.
Conference Stream Work. A discussion on how artistic practices outplay or disrupt processes of self-commodification.
Conference Stream Play. A discussion on the future of algorithmic work and life, based on the scenarios of two new game projects designed by artists.
Conference Stream Play. A discussion on the gains and the losses of an emerging gameful world.
Conference Stream Work. The panel will aim to locate and discuss the new processes of capital accumulation which support today's material and immaterial labour.
Conference Stream Work. A double-keynote on the dilemmas of post-digital labour and on possibilities and capabilities of workers to cope with and organise out of today’s both highly diffuse as well as algorithmically governed labour situations.
This panel will consist of a conversation about that ubiquitous conversation starter: the weather.
The panel of things will address the self-fulfilling prophecy of datafied research through some trinkets we grabbed out of an ancient Chinese encyclopaedia.
TRACK ME, TRACK ME NOT! What is the most private thing in your life? What could you not stand to see datafied? Have you experienced this already?
Conference Stream Life. The panel hosts artists who have been consistently developing practices of obfuscation through their projects.
Conference Stream Work. A discussion on how social media companies constantly seek new markets for the social calculation of the data-point economy.
Conference Stream Play. A discussion about the changing role of play and the urge to reprogramme an algorithmically controlled world.
Conference Stream Play. The panel looks into how the sociability of play can empower shared visions and P2P practices for a user/citizen-driven future.