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15.05.2019

Modeling Utopia with Slime Mould

Short-term lab resident Sarah Grant on slime mould networks as models of communication.

14.05.2019

Die Zukunft der Künste

Lecture by Susanna Hertrich and Jan Claas van Treeck on Techno-Sensing in Dresden.

08.–09.04.2019

A Collapseological Colloquium

Performance-lecture at Without Computer conference in Paris.

11.–13.02.2019

This cycle, here, this one.

Lecture-performance by Karolina Sobecka and Jamie Allen.

04.11.2018

Anti New York Plans between Cologne and Berlin

IXDM’s Lucie Kolb gives a lecture on publishing and instituting.

23.10.2018

Clémence Hallé: Matters

Matters (by Duncan Evennou, Clémence Hallé and Benoît Verjat) is a solo performance which, in a polyphonic assemblage, gives form and body to the archives of the inaugural meeting of the Anthropocene Working Group, which took place on Friday 17 October 2014 at 9:00 am, on the stage of the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, […]

23.10.2018

Clémence Hallé: Matters

Matters (by Duncan Evennou, Clémence Hallé and Benoît Verjat) is a solo performance which, in a polyphonic assemblage, gives form and body to the archives of the inaugural meeting of the Anthropocene Working Group, which took place on Friday 17 October 2014 at 9:00 am, on the stage of the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, […]

15.10.2018

“Retreating into the external world”

Lecture by IXDM’s Lucie Kolb at ZHdK in Zurich

15.10.2018

"Retreating into the external world"

Lecture by IXDM’s Lucie Kolb at ZHdK in Zurich

10.09.2018

Louise Carver: Making nature ‘off-settable’ with ‘no net loss’

Policy and business rhetoric over the need to ‘value’ nature has animated recent efforts by the UK Government to introduce mechanisms for biodiversity offsetting (BDO) into English land planning systems. The approach seeks compensation for habitat loss associated with infrastructure and residential development through securing gains for losses ‘in a measurable way’. As such BDO […]

10.09.2018

Louise Carver: Making nature ‘off-settable’ with ‘no net loss’

Policy and business rhetoric over the need to ‘value’ nature has animated recent efforts by the UK Government to introduce mechanisms for biodiversity offsetting (BDO) into English land planning systems. The approach seeks compensation for habitat loss associated with infrastructure and residential development through securing gains for losses ‘in a measurable way’. As such BDO […]

09.07.2018

Design as Critique

Lecture by IXDM’s Shintaro Miyazaki at Kyushu University in Japan.

16.10.2017

SUPERCARGO

An artist lecture by Peter Moosgaard.

08.05.2017

Ecologies, Econo­mies, Creativity & Crisis

A lecture by Jamie Allen at swissnex China in Shanghai.

08.05.2017

Ecologies, Econo­mies, Creativity & Crisis

A lecture by Jamie Allen at swissnex China in Shanghai.

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