Date: 25 May 2021
16:00-17:30 Slow Reading Workshop with Alicia Juarrero (10 spots available) Participants will be sent a text which will be read and analysed together during the workshop. During this afternoon session, we will be collectively reading and studying the text with the guidance of Alicia Juarrero. Subscribe here (fully booked, if you inscribe we’ll put you … Read More
Date: 30 April 2021
Technology is changing intimacy. As our reliance on technology to live, work and socialise grows, we are becoming increasingly comfortable with inviting it into the most intimate and personal moments of our lives. Join us to hear hear our speakers explore the delicate linking of sex and technology with psychology, philosophy, design, culture, education, spirituality … Read More
Date: 27 April 2021
Discussion with Grayson Earle, Sabina Hyoju Ahn, Danae Tapia, Shirin Fahimi and Peter Polack. This session presents the work of five artists who use computational media to challenge normative ideas of perception, communication, justice, and rationality. Through research threads, that concern policing, algorithm regulation, practices of divination and biological systems, the artists will discuss how creative … Read More
Date: 18 March 2021
Live event with contributions by Lark Alder aka Lark VCR and Sol Sarratea, Marie-Eve Levasseur, Shirin Fahimi, Danae Tapia, and Nkhensani Mkhari, followed by a 30-minute talk moderated by Denise Helene Sumi (with Q&A via Signal)
Date: 3 February 2021
This is a poem co-created by the participants of the theory sessions of the Autonomous Practices workshop at the Willem de Kooning Academy. It is an autopoietic attempt to explore autonomy as an opposition to power structures.
Date: 10 October 2020
Danae Tapia from The Digital Witchcraft Institute will participate in the panel Thinking the Digital through the Indigenous at the Control Shift festival in Bristol.
Date: 9 October 2020
The computational world is full of mystical references and similarities with magical traditions. In this workshop we’ll explore parallels between coding and casting a spell through the making of oracle-bots.
Date: 23 September 2020
Artistry, trolling, collective knowledge and compelling visuals surround the world of hacking. This is a selection of our favourite content from the hackcur.io platform, a repository of clips depicting the ethics and aesthetics of hacker cultures.
Date: 23 July 2020
Visual artist Annika Kappner and technologist Danae Valentina from The Digital Witchcraft Institute, will lead a hands-on workshop to create oracle bots.
Date: 5 July 2020
The posthuman art will not have an author, much less an owner, it will be non-human and will be self-reproduced. It will be autopoietic.