Study Circle Partner Program at Import Projects

Study Circle Partner Program at Import Projects

In dialogue with the transmediale Study Circles, Import Projects presents Scaling Connections, encompassing lecture-performance, installation, spoken-word performance, discussion, improvisational sound work, film screening, and participatory intervention. This event series takes its inspiration from explorations into Deep History, which emphasizes trends and processes rather than individuals and events, paying more attention to kinship, genealogy, and developing traditions. It reaches back to the beginning of life itself, to the iron-sulfur world hypothesis or the primordial sandwich, fostering surprising connections. Deep History advocates to resurrect the basis of humanity by scaling up from the molecular to the molar without the anthropomorphic bias and in the process decentres humankind’s position. The central question of the event series is how the future development of our brains—as a constitutive element of freedom of choice—could look against the backdrop of a deeper understanding of our history and contemporary humanity’s ever-closer wiring with technologies. Curated by Anja Henckel

Among the participants are Joscha Bach, Philipp Busch, Timo Feldhaus, Carlos Gutiérrez Quiroga, Satch Hoyt, Laura Kaltwasser, Daniel Keller, Ashiq Khondker, Natalie Koerner, Irene Kurka, Alanna Lawley, Denisa Lehocká, Tatiana Lopez, Warren Neidich, Koen Nutters, Boris Ondreička, Mohammad Salemy, Rishin Singh, Valery Vermeulen, Carter Williams, and Günter Wächtershäuser.

23 January 2019, 19:00–21:00
Pyrite Cluster

27 January 2019, 15:00–20:00
Pizzagate: From Rumor to Delusion & Scoring the Tweet(s)

29 January 2019, 19:00–21:00
Black Holes & Simulating Universes

Import Projects, Keithstr. 10, 10787 Berlin
www.import-projects.org

 

1 February 2019, 19:00–21:00
Brain without Organs 

Haus der Kulturen der Welt
John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10, 10557 Berlin

A cooperation between transmediale and Import Projects. Supported by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.

 

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