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How Can We All Make it into the Future?

Claudia Mareis in conversation with Gökhan Karakuş on the ’74PODCAST.

Bernhard Garnicnig as Visiting Scholar at The New School of Social Research

Johannes Bruder as Research Fellow at MECS (Lüneburg)

Since April, postdoctoral researcher Johannes Bruder joined the Institute for Advanced Study on Media Cultures of Computer Simulation (MECS) at Leuphana University Lüneburg for a six months research fellowship. At MECS, he will deepen his investigation into the colonization of trauma, altered cognition and (psycho)pathology in and through discourses and practices of future-oriented design. In […]

Claudia Mareis elected member of National Research Council

Prof. Claudia Mareis, director of IXDM, has been recently elected by the Executive Committee of the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) as new member of the National Research Council. The National Research Council is responsible for evaluating research proposals and making funding decisions. It can have up to 100 members, all of whom are leading […]

Ludwig Zeller awarded in SNSF Scientific Image Competition

IXDM’s Ludwig Zeller was awarded a distinction for “The Institute of Sonic Epistemologies”.

Critical Media Lab Researcher Selected for Traill Fellowship in Canada

The Trent University department of Cultural Studies in Peterborough, Canada has announced its selection of Critical Media Lab Senior Researcher Jamie Allen as this year’s Traill Fellow. The prestigious fellowship is hosted by Trent’s Catharine Parr Traill College, a close knit, downtown community campus occupying a collection of 19th Century colonial style houses, founded in […]

Critical Media Lab Researcher hosted by the Roja Art Lab in Latvia in July

The Roja Art Lab, in Roja, Latvia will this summer host Critical Media Lab’s Senior Researcher Jamie Allen. Roja Lab is an artists-run, non-profit initiative, unique in Latvia, that provides a creative arena for artists who are ambitious for their work and open to challenges of an environment that demands experiment, co-operation and exchange. Residents […]

“Life is Good for Now” wins Core77 Design Award

The project Life is Good for Now by Bernhard Hopfengärtner and IXDM researcher Ludwig Zeller just received the Speculative Concept Award of the Core77 design competition. Life is Good for Now offers a speculative view on a Switzerland that decided to realize the right for informational self-determination. In four scenarios that are narrated through objects […]

Claudia Mareis for research fellowship in Berlin

Director of IXDM at Humboldt University for four months.

U.S. Media Archeology Lab hosts Apocryphal Technologies

IXDM’s Jamie Allen on research residency in Denver.

Jamie Allen at iii in The Hague

Senior Researcher Jamie Allen on collaborative research and production residency in the Netherlands.

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