What kind of Philosophy is Possible after Fukushima? Yoshiyuki SATO, Tsukuba University http://www.journaldumauss.net/spip.php?article1038 The serious accident at the nuclear power plant Fukushima-Daiichi
Date: 1 July, 2013 Time: 17h30 – 20h00 Venue: Centre for Digital Cultures, Sülztorstraße 21-25, 2. Stock, Raum 305 (All welcome!) Antoine Hennion
In Sein und Zeit, Heidegger attempted to reduce space to time, this reduction was carried out in two steps, firstly Hediegger reduces
Everyone is a Hacker ! – Hackers and the Avant Garde Following Hito Steyerl‘s excellent satire performance “I Dreamed a Dream: Politics
A co-authored article with Harry Halpin (W3C) is now available in UnLikeUs Reader – Social Network Monopolies and Their Alternatives, edited by
[This interview was originally commissioned by Theory, Culture and Society] In November, 2010, Professor Beatriz Colomina gave a talk in Goldsmiths entitled ‘Multi-screen architecture’, where
Critique of Information Muriel Combes’ reading of the notion of information in Simondon is a faithful one, her introductory work to Simondon is exciting as well as critical.