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 [...]
continent. Issue 3.2, 2013
1. To drift is to be propelled by currents. 2. Sentences are textual currents. 3. To drift is to be compelled with currents. 4. To be compelled is to be overcome by some force. 5. To be overcome by some [...]
Talk at Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig
April 14, 2015 at 18:00 – on Synthetic Futurity as part of the Vision and Fear Station organized by Clemens v. Wedemeyer, Alexandra Neuss.
Thinking Together | Maerz Musik
Seminar on The Future Anterior and the Time of Recursion, March 26 2015, 12-14:00, Berliner Festspiele, for the Politics of Time program.
Lecture at Gertrude Contemporary
Lecture at the IMA, Brisbane
At the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, AUS, February 26, 6-8PM. On fiction and future anteriority.
Aesthetics After Finitude
Chairing a Panel in Sydney at the Aesthetics After Finitude Conference: The (Un)Contemporary, February 5, 2015.
Future Summit – Montreal
Lecture at the Future Summit for the Biennale of Montreal. Nov. 21-22 at the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA).
Psychopathologies Book Launch
The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism II book launch at Pro QM. With W. Neidich, M. Pasquinelli and L. Werner, Nov. 18 – 20:30.
Deborah Ligorio: Eponym Workshop
Part of Ligorio’s Eponym workshop with W. Maas, A. Martinis Roe and T. Wiertz at the Future Nows festival / Neue National Galerie (Berlin). Oct. 31, 14-16:00 – all welcome!
Group Show at Zhulong Gallery, Oct. 25-Nov. 29, Dallas, USA.