Program

updated on May, 8

Exhibition / May 10 - June 23, 2018

May 09, 2018
Nicole Loeser
Nicole F. Loeser

Opening of Exhibition

June 03, 2018
Nicole Loeser
Nicole F. Loeser

Guided Tour

June 19, 2018
Nicole Loeser
Nicole F. Loeser

Guided Tour

Conference / May 17-19, 2018

May 17, 2018, Day 1

Opening of Conference 

May 17, 18:00 Introduction by Laura Kaltwasser and Simon Guendelman, Coordinators Happening by Marisa Benjamim
Laura Kaltwasser
Simon Guendelman
May 18, 2018, Day 2

Homo duplex revisited. Embodied simulation and the parallel worlds.

Key Note University of Parma and University of London Our ontology is not confined to what we can directly experience through our body. Technological devices multiply our ‘province of meaning’,...
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Vittorio Gallese
12:30-13:30

Lunch Break at your own convenience

Breathing Bubbles

Key Note Moving between materiality and metaphor, this talk traces the presence of bubbles in Olafur Eliasson’s work, exploring how their physical properties, geometries, phenomenological affordances, and social resonances are...
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Olafur Eliasson

Aesthetic Identity

Key Note Art is not just something we like; it is also integral to who we are.  Many of us have aesthetic identities.  Identity has been intensively studied by both...
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Joerg Fingerhut
Jesse Prinz
May 19, 2018, Day 3

The economics of identity

Key Note The idea that moral concerns, social norms, and concepts of the self can affect decisions has infiltrated economic research in many domains. One example of such an infiltration...
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Dorothea Kübler

Attention Economics and Bubbles

Key Note Bubbles are usually associated with situations in finance in which assets trade prices far exceeding their fundamental value. But other sorts of assets may overheat. Opinions, fake news,...
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Vincent F. Hendricks
13:00 - 14:00

Lunch Break at your own convenience

The ‘elsewhere’ generation

Etymological concerns around the words ‘research’ and ‘innovation’ Key Note  
Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev

Techno-aesthetics and the Externalisation of personal Identity

Key Note Techno-aesthetics. Homo sapiens demonstrates since its origin a tendency to externalize, that is to technicalize, its adaptive practices. This process also concerns its sensitivity (aisthesis, in ancient Greek),...
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Pietro Montani

Satellites

June 3, 2018
Joerg Fingerhut

Experimenting the Self. What Neuroscience, Psychology, and Philosophy Can Teach Us.

Marjan Sharifi

Intimacy in contemporary life

June 9, 2018
Laura Kaltwasser

Bubbles in our brain and how to pop them

Simon Guendelman

Exploring the Bubbles from within

June 16, 2018

Machine-to-be-another (MTBA)