Public events and other activities happening at, around, or in collaboration with the CML.
One-day symposium on local video networks and practices. With lectures, screening and panel discussion.
Colloquium session hosted by Anastasia Kubrak & Johannes Bruder.
Annual days of focussed exchanges at the Lab.
Colloquium session, screening and discussion with Solveig Qu Suess, henry bradley and Blanca Pujals.
The roots, arts, and repercussions of energy and material exchanges, those that allow for the existence of life and nonlife.
With Desiree Förster.
Many worlds radically coexisting within a decolonization of ecologies: thinking and feeling at a planetary scale through indigenous wisdom and Southern Hemisphere futurisms.
With Budhaditya Chattopadhyay.
Anti-racist practices and activism in the academy. Colloquium session hosted by Johannes Bruder, with guest Nelly Y. Pinkrah.
Making, Marketing, and Managing Nature. With Jim Igoe.
Climate justice or why the end of the world already happened in many places.
Megan Kelly, PhD student at University of Basel, discusses her research on Incels and other forms of radicalization narratives in online misogynist movements.
An evening with short B/W films and reading of “Calculation and Division of Labour” by Lorraine Daston. Organised by basel.codes.
Interactions between digital contracts, currencies, hardwares, ecological governance and ecologies.
Opening session, introduction and discussion of how we would like to proceed.
Our annual days of focussed exchanges at the Lab. With topical sessions among the CML team and collective sessions with our colleagues and students from HyperWerk.
Lucie Kolb will introduce and discuss a new initiative at the lab on critical publishing.
The team of Visualizing the Virus will introduce the concept and design of the project and discuss possible future directions.
After months of mostly remote work, we’re starting to re-gather people and energies at our lab space in Basel.
In collaboration with the cluster Matters of Activity at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and the Museum of Decorative Arts Berlin.
The underground is no longer (or never was) the exclusive realm of technocrats or geophysics experts
Prozesse – Medien – Kreativität
Decolonising Attention in Jugaad Logistics
Visualization: Concept and Technique
Re-membering agroecological futures in heterogeneous landscapes: assembling scenes