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October 2020

Oracle Bots at Control Shift Festival

9 October 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm CEST
Online Katowice, Poland
Free

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.

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Thinking the Digital through the Indigenous

10 October 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 26 October 2020 @ 8:00 pm CEST
Online Bristol, United Kingdom
Free

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.

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March 2021

Intentionality, Prophecy and Ancestry – Live Panel at Magical Cohabitations

18 March 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm CET
Solitude Online Stuttgart, Germany

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)

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April 2021

Contestational Computing: Perception, Communication, Justice and Rationality – Panel at KI-Camp

27 April 2021 @ 2:45 pm - 3:30 pm CEST
KI-Camp online Germany

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 engagements with algorithmic and digital systems can inform our understanding of social relationships at the same time as they open up new avenues for knowledge…

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Sex Tech Talk Show

30 April 2021 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm CEST
Creative Coding Utrecht Online Netherlands

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 and the supernatural, in an attempt to evolve a conversation around what Sex Tech should or could be in the years to come. Tickets here

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May 2021

Reading Workshop and Evening Talk with Alicia Juarrero

25 May 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm CEST
V2_ Online

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 on a reserve list) 19:00-21:00 Evening Talk with Alicia Juarrero Followed by a panel discussion with SLOW READERS, Danae Tapia and Sonia de Jager Join…

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November 2021

Fiction as a Critical Design Strategy

20 November 2021 @ 2:45 pm - 4:15 pm CET
Attending to Futures – Online Köln, Germany

Workshop at Attending to Futures by Elvia Vasconcelos and Danae Tapia. This is a session in which we will investigate the uses of live sketching combined with creative writing as the starting points of a design methodology of exchange. We will engage in a back and forth experiment between ourselves and the participants. The output will be a piece of fiction produced in the workshop plus the documentation of the exchange.

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December 2021

Creative strategies to tackle the intersection between digital technologies and the climate emergency – Lightning Talk at IGF 2021

8 December 2021 @ 6:10 pm - 6:30 pm CET
Online Katowice, Poland

Gato.Earth is an independent activist project that since 2019 seeks to document and reflect on how digital technologies have contributed to the current climate emergency with a feminist anti-colonial approach. In the context of an unprecedented ecological crisis due to the extractivist model of capitalism, Gato.Earth is a unique space for researchers and activists to find critical approaches, produce artistic projects and find inspiration to work on how digital technologies (in material and epistemological aspects) are contributing to the climate…

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January 2022

The Season of the Witch

January 20 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm CET
IMPAKT Utrecht, Netherlands

For the first IMPAKT event of the year, we take you into the mystical world of digital witchcraft. Join us on 20 January 2022 to hear more about the subject from artists and researchers working with digital witchcraft. Speakers include artist and ‘digital witch’ Ginevra Petrozzi and feminist writer, artist and founder of The Digital Witchcraft Institute Danae Tapia. More names will follow soon… Meanwhile you can claim your tickets here The event will be live-streamed at planet.impakt.nl Get tickets…

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March 2022

A Traversal Network of Feminist Servers – On communism and mysticism

March 23 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm CET
Varia Broadcast Rotterdam, Netherlands

A Traversal Network of Feminist Servers (ATNOFS) is a collaborative project formed around intersectional feminist, ecological servers. Understanding servers as computers that host space and services for communities around them, this project exists inside, and in between, roaming servers and different networks. Our decentralized programme will occur in 5 locations (The Netherlands, Belgium, Romania, Greece, Austria) with the collaboration of 6 partners (Varia, LURK, Constant, HYPHA, Feminist Hack Meetings, and ESC). In the first session, hosted in Varia, we will…

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April 2022

The Grave – Open studio presentation at Next Cloud Atelierhaus

April 20 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm CEST
Next Cloud Atelierhaus Linz, Austria

The Grave is a digital device that produces oracular knowledge of Marxist characteristics. The oracle can be refreshed infinite times and will present a juxtaposition of visual and textual outputs. This is a product of the Next Cloud Atelierhaus residency organized by Servus.at and it will be presented publicly along with the works of the other resident artists.

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May 2022

The Grave – Performative lecture at Fragile Solidatities / Fragile Connections

May 12 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm CEST
Kunstverein Wagenhalle Stuttgart, Germany

Performative lecture, Kunstverein Wagenhalle and livestream The Grave uses excerpts from the Communist Manifesto and combines them with curated images collected by Danae Tapia from signal chats with friends. The intention is to create an oracular instance that uses the spiritually charged aesthetics of Marx and Engels’ text and visual media in conjunction with digital intimacies. Ultimately, it is an exercise in re-territorialization with the potential to unleash a multiplicity of meanings that align with socialist ideals. She will map…

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