Lecture: Dirty Art Dept., Amsterdam
On “Complexity and Alien Subjectivity (Art and Copernican Traumas)” – for the Dirty Art Dept., Sandberg Institute. January 9, 2017 (public).
Open Score / Rhizome / New Museum
Symposium on the state of art and technology today. Dec. 10, 2016 @The New Museum, NYC. Session moderated by Nora Khan.
Faster / Slower / Future, Towards Postcapitalism
Oct. 22-23, 2016 KAAI Theatre, Brussels. With N. Srnicek, A. Williams, H. Hester, B. Noys.
at CUAG, Ottawa – discussion with Justin Paulson in conjunction with the solo exhibition: The One and the Many. Sept. 29, 7pm.
Solo Exhibition – The One and the Many
Opening Sept. 12 at CUAG, Ottawa, CA. Runs Sept. 12-Dec. 11 2016.
Revisiting the Future
Laboria Cuboniks interviewed by Cornelia Sollfrank and Rachel Baker for Furtherfield.
Laboria Cuboniks in Conversation
Interview with A. Avanessian and S. Malik for DIS Magazine
The Future of Mind
July 20, 2016 at The New School, NYC. Panel with Reza Negarestani and Pete Wolfendale on “Computation and the Commons: The Future of the (Social) Mind“
#AGI Accelerate General Intellect, New York
The New Centre for Research & Practice’s New York Summer Residency. #AGI Accelerate General Intellect. July 18-22, 2016. Event info here. Various events.
Complexity, Commensurability, Anticipation
Talk at the Berlin Summit, June 11, 2016 5-6pm following by discussion, organised by Utopian Union. Details here.
In Crossbenching: Towards Participation as Critical Spatial Practice, eds. Markus Miessen, Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2016.
Within the context of cultures of assembly seeking strategies for ideological and structural change, the navigational imperative caught up in the notion of “dis-re-orientation” cannot be understated. This is the navigation of what could be in the face of what […]
In Reinventing Horizons, eds. V. Bohal, D. Breitling, V. Janoscik, Prague: Display Press, 2016.
The historical updating of this transformative demand is, without doubt, a gargantuan task – proving itself far more onerous considering we can no longer localise the ‘apparatus of production’ upon a singular site, nor can we legitimately suggest that the […]
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 […]