First tests confirm safety and security of video seminars. To be continued.
Exhibition in room2January 15-18, 2020 Rubee Fegan Valia Fetisov Luise Flügge Kurt Heuvens Ella Kühn Paula Pedraza Jascha Sommer Liang Zhu Works from the seminar face off In the current time of mass extension and digital erasure, the works on view probe the uneasiness about life today. Working through art as a conduit, students rebuild with […]
A historical overview of landmark events and developments in systematised watching, throughout art and architecture, society and technology. ~60 AD (Roman Period). Early manifestations of panoptic labor camps in the Negev desert. An even older but similar site nearby dates from Early Bronze Age II–III periods (3000–2400 BC). 1546 The Fields Have Eyes, The Woods […]
“the deep strangeness of the present moment: everybody knows what’s going on, and nobody can do anything about it.” James Bridle
we’re glad to host our Mid Term Review but this time in an OLD BANK! 30 minute slots, presenting work-in-progress Everyone is welcome to join!The presentations will start at 15:00 on next Tuesday 4th of June
Readings Exposed. Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera, 2010, catalogue Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish, 1975. English translation freely available online. Giorgo Agamben: What is an Apparatus? (Was ist ein Dispositiv?) PDF available online Gerhard Paul – „Video“ oder: Was haben die Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG) mit Homer zu tun? In the library: Randolph Lewis: Under Surveillance: Being […]
The Forensic Architecture team has release another masterful media investigation: THE MURDER OF PAVLOS FYSSAS Here’s the quick summary. Full video linked below In 2013, members of the Greek Nazi movement “Golden Dawn” murdered the antifascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas on the streets of Athens, a murder that was covered up by members of the Greek […]