Talk at Home Works 7
Synthesis & Constructive Alienation, 13 November 2015, 19:00-20:30. “…it is arguable that we must collectively learn to unroot or alienate ourselves from current pragmatic and cognitive constraints…”
Home Works 7 | Beirut
What Hope Looks Like After Hope (On Constructive Alienation), Group exhibition curated by Bassam El Baroni, 11–24 November 2015. A multidisciplinary forum on cultural practices which takes place every 2–3 years in Beirut. Opening 12 Nov!
Post-Natural Politics | Inclinations #20
Oct. 3, 2015 15:00-18:00 at Or Gallery Berlin. A long session with H. Hester, R. Rowan, N. Srnicek and M. Pasquinelli focusing on post-catastrophic futurity. Event Info.
Realism Materialism Art – Panel
Panel discussion for the book launch of Realism Materialism Art (Sternberg Press, CCS Bard), Berlin at Spike, Sept. 14, 20:00. With S. Malik, A. Avanessian, and K. Burch.
Plague of Diagrams
Exhibition, Workshop and performances organised by the Diagram Research Use and Generation Group , at the ICA (London) August 20-23. Diagram on Inexistence and Alienation view!
L’Heure qu’il est: Collective Exhibition
Group exhibition at the Centre d’Art Yverdon Les Bains, Geneva, Switzerland. August 2-1 November, 2015.
(In)formalizing the Outside: Sex, Void, Mathematics
Laboria Cuboniks in PAF, France, for a seminar. August 14-17, 2015, St. Emre, France.
Knowledge Forms and Forming Knowledge
Together with Antonia Majaca and Mohammad Salemy, a seminar at the University of Technology, Graz and a public program at the Centre for Art and Media, Graz – The Limits and Horizons and Transdisciplinary Art-Based Research.
Sommer Szene | Salzburg
Contribution / Participation in Mitsune Michikazu’s exhibition Towards the other side of the world in Salzburg. 2-4 July, 2015.
Panel discussion with Sarah Kember and Legacy Russell as Laboria Cuboniks at ICA London, June 17, 2015 | 18:30.
Merve Verlag (German translation) (+Online others)
0x00 Ours is a world in vertigo. It is a world that swarms with technological mediation, interlacing our daily lives with abstraction, virtuality, and complexity. XF constructs a feminism adapted to these realities: a feminism of unprecedented cunning, scale, and […]
In Mould Issue #1, eds. Markus Miessen, Milan: Mould Press, 2014.
Although spaces and acts of assembly have been multiplying over the last years, one does not have a clear sense of their potential direction or durability beyond the moment of their eruption. This plight is, in some ways, wholly understandable […]
In Ankyloglossia (n. tongue-tie) - Emma Waltraud Howes, Berlin: K Verlag, 2014.
I. Dusty Esperanto As an orifice of nourishment, an outlet of love, a spout for malady, and a chamber of expression, the mouth conjoins us with the animal kingdom like other creatures that feast, lick their pups, purge infection and […]
Reorientate, Eccentricate, Speculate, Fictionalize, Geometricize, Commonize, Abstractify: Seven Prescriptions for Accelerationism
In #ACCELERATE: The Accelerationist Reader, eds. R. Mackay and A. Avanessian, Berlin/London: Urbanomic and Merve Verlag, 2014
3. Speculate Commitment to an eccentric future untethered from the existent axial pull of socio-economic or climactic apocalypse cannot be nostalgic, nor based solely on the dread of impending doom. To depart, as the manifesto does, from a fearful threat […]
A lecture with diagrammes given at KunstAllmend (Artistic Commons) Symposium at Dampfzentrale, Bern, CH. Initiated by Nicolas Y Galeazzi, 2014.
To enact the common, to fabulate a territory for the practicing of forms of life afforded by commoning, can come by no other way than by reengineering the value-form. In a period where we have been inhabiting the ongoing and […]
In The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism Part Two, ed. W. Neidich, Berlin: Archive Books, 2014
“We have to create the real possibility of our fiction, certainly. Create the real possibility of our fiction which is a generic fiction in a new form, the new localisation is probably a question of a new political courage.”(1) – […]
C Magazine v.120, December 2013
In your monograph Blog Theory: Feedback and Capture in the Circuits of Drive, you deploy the medium of the blog to address the general cultural condition set in motion as a result of our everyday participation in networked communications. The […]