TP @ transmediale

 

Technopolitics präsentiert

in Zusammenarbeit mit

transmediale und nGbK

 

 

 

 

Eröffnung:

Do. 26.01. 2017

19:00 Uhr

 

Ausstellungsdauer:

27.01. – 05.02.2017

 


Ort:

 

nGbK

Neue Gesellschaft

für bildende Kunst,

Oranienstraße 25

10999 Berlin

Ausstellungsraum:
Täglich 12–19 Uhr
Mi–Fr bis 20 Uhr

 

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PRESSE

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Tracing Information Society—a Timeline

 

New Paradigms

 

Exhibition:

Friday January 27 to Sunday February 5, nGbK Oranienstraße 25, 10999 Berlin

 

OPENING Thursday January 26, 7:00 pm

 

PROGRAM nGbK

 

SA Jan 28  

 

 

Media archeologies of the present: afternoon workshop and thematically connected evening salon; artists and media theorists propose modifications of the Timeline.

 

      3:00–5:30 pm  

Workshop: Writing the Timeline 1
With: Margarete Jahrmann & Marian Kaiser; Jan Claas van Treeck

 

      7:00–11:00 pm  

TECHNOPOLITICS SALON 1
Talk: Wolfgang Ernst / Response: Clemens Apprich

 

MEDIA ARCHAEOLOGIES OF THE PRESENT

Keynote to Technopolitics Salon "Media archeologies of the recent past"


While social media culture indulges in timeless ubiquitous computing, a media archaeology of this technological present reminds of its underlying technical and logical pre-conditions. Contrary to the intuitive understanding, "media archeologies of the present" is not about the most recent technological events which govern our contemporary techno-social condition. The printed Timeline Tracing Information Society starts with 1900. But when do media conditions "begin"? Any "media archaeology of the recent past" finds itself in a blind spot: The archive of the present, which in Foucault's sense is the techno-logical a priori of multi-media enunciation, by definition is not accessible. The media archaeology of the present refers to technological infrastructures, not to narratives. Further entries in to the "timeline" will be proposed under that perspective, finally questioning the suggestive linearity of the "timeline" itself, in favor of alternative chrono-poetics such as algorithmic timestretching.

Wolfgang Ernst

 

TU Jan 31  

 

 

Artistic Mediations: afternoon workshop and thematically connected evening salon; artists, curators and scholars propose modifications of the Timeline.

 

      3:00–5:30 pm  

Workshop: Writing the Timeline 2

With: Cornelia Sollfrank; The Contemporary Condition research project at Aarhus University

 

      7:00–11:00 pm      

TECHNOPOLITICS SALON 2
Talk: Anselm Franke / Response: Axel Stockburger

 

THU Feb 2   3:00–5:30 pm  

Pivots in Technoculture

Lecture: Reading the Timeline, Felix Stalder & Axel Stockburger

 

SA Feb 4   3:00–3:45 pm  

Technopolitics special guided “Il/legal Tour”

Guided Tour: Gerald Straub

 

      3:45–4:45 pm  

Reshuffling the Timeline - Alternatives to the Chronology

Talk: Doron Goldfarb

 

PROGRAM HKW

 

FR Feb 3   1:00–3:00 pm  

New Paradigms *

TECHNOPOLITICS PANEL at transmediale

With: Jutta Weber, Gabriele Gramelsberger, Felix Stalder, Gerald Nestler

HKW, John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10, 10557 Berlin

 

*within the scope of ever elusive – thirty years of transmediale