SERIES WITH BERNARD STIEGLER
How can art contribute, through its research methodologies and its critical action, to generating alternative forms of interconnection technology?
In the first two sessions of this series, a working group of 15 people will discuss this question behind closed doors. According to the methodology that the participants themselves will have established, they will try to answer collectively and establish objectives for a future research group that will remain active throughout 2019. The workshop will be held in French, with simultaneous translation into Spanish. The sessions are free. They are limited to 15 participants and require advance enrolment. To take part, you can send an email to email@example.com including a paragraph of introduction and another about motivation. Reception open until 07/02.
The last session (14 February) will be open to the public. Bernard Stiegler will reflect on the role of local artistic communities.
Programme of the series
Behind closed doors:
Session 1. Presentation and objectives
Tuesday 12 February
4:30 to 7:30 pm
After Bernard Stiegler’s presentation and those of the participants on selected projects partially answering the (provisional) question: "How can art (through its research methodologies and its critical action) contribute to generating alternative forms of interconnection technology?" the objectives and the methodology to be followed will be established to attempt to collectively answer, during the next session in the series, the question that was asked.
Session 2. How can art contribute to alternative forms of interconnection technology?
Wednesday 13 February
4:30 to 7:30 pm
The questions asked during the first session will be discussed collectively and objectives will be established for a future research group that will remain active throughout 2019.
Session 3. Bernard Stiegler. The role of local artistic communities
Thursday 14 February
7 to 9 pm
Talk by Bernard Stiegler on the role local artistic communities can play, with their specific actions and their lateral methodologies, on a worldwide scale in the Anthropocene.