Category: World-Information Institute
Painted by Numbers installation at ZKM exhibition “Open Codes – Living in Digital Worlds” in Karlsruhe from 20th October 2017 to August 2018, set up at “Hypernormal Hybrids” at Werk-X…
Relationships between the emerging socio-technical infrastructure and the autonomy of the human subject: Agency, Game Theory & Nudging / Categorization & Golden Cages / Outsourcing Cognition & Freedom / Uncertainty…
“The problem with societies based on prediction is that there are massive interests in these predictions.”
Stream: Online Videos on different perspectives of algorithmic realities.
Playlist for the “Screening the Algorithmic Imagination” panel at Top Kino Vienna with Jana Herwig and Katja Mayer hosted by Konrad Becker and Felix Stalder.
Conference 25th September 2015 VIDEO ARCHIVE ONLINE Investigating the growing influence of digital control systems and their cascading chains of agency on cultural and social reality.
A presentation of the “Critical Net-practice” issue of the Springerin magazine produced in collaboration with the World-Information Institute. A talk with the artist and activist Zoran Pantelić and the Slovenian artist and theorist Marina Gržinić as guests and Konrad Becker and Felix Stalder from World Information Institute was introduced and hosted by Christian Höller from Springerin.
Talks and Panels now online: here A view into the LENTOS Museum exhibition on critical cultural practices in digital networks