April 2015
23.04.2015 -
22.05.2015
Ausstellung
Spooky Action at a Distance
(Artes Mechanicae and Witch's Cradle)

Amélie Brisson-Darveau, Andreas Marti, Conor McFeely, Mareike Spalteholz
 
29.04.2015
Écriture Collective - Reading Fiction and Its Theoretical Monster Prodigies
Jorge Luis Borges, A New Refutation of Time
Corner College Collective
 

Mai 2015
09.05.2015
Additional program contextualizing and expanding the discourse of the exhibition Spooky Action at a Distance. Artes Mechanicae & Witch's Cradle / Lecture-Performance / Workshop
Machination, or The Spectre of the Invisible Hand
Raphaële Bidault-Waddington, Caroline Palla
 
13.05.2015
Additional program contextualizing and expanding the discourse of the exhibition Spooky Action at a Distance. Artes Mechanicae & Witch's Cradle / Lecture
Zwischen Operationssphäre und Horizonterweiterung. Eine Annäherung an einen für die Kunstgeschichte relevanten Maschinenbegriff
Heiko Schmid
 
21.05.2015
Additional program contextualizing and expanding the discourse of the exhibition Spooky Action at a Distance. Artes Mechanicae & Witch's Cradle / Lecture
Syria's uprising on-line
perspectives on the massive quantity of imagery, on ethics, icons, and narrations, methodology of archiving and memorising

Rayelle Niemann
 
27.05.2015
Lecture-Performance
The Slowness of Writing as a Way of Reading
or
A Curious Amalgam of Voices

Delphine Chapuis Schmitz
 

22.02.2012
20,00 Uhr

 

Lecture
Process
Charlotte Cheetham
 


Album 1 - From Kunstkammers to Vanitas


Charlotte Cheetham is a french curator of graphic design and runs the blog manystuff.org. She will visit Corner College and have a lecture about her exploration and promotion of graphic design. Her practice, constantly redefined, is based on an experimental approach embodied in publishing experiences, in exhibition moments, and in a flow of information over the Internet. Working on interpretation, on reinterpretation, she is interested in the thinking process - multi-disciplinary, poetic, experimental and surprising - that leads to the final "form".

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