CML Lab Days

12–15 December 2022.

We’ll come together for a week of exchanges and encounters at the lab. With a screening & discussion, the book launch of “Volumetric Regimes”, the IXDM inaugural lectures, workshops and more.

IXDM Inaugural Lectures

Wednesday, 14 December 2022.

IXDM invites everyone to join us for the inaugural lectures by our new Head of Research Helen V. Pritchard, and Visting Professors Viktor Bedö and Budhaditya Chattopadhyay.

Audio walk “wastescapes” featured on ARTE

The Basel-focussed episode of the ARTE show Twist also includes a brief interview with CML researcher Flavia Caviezel, among many other artists and projects dealing with waste and leftovers. You can watch the episode on ARTE’s website (in German / French).

Extended Ecologies – Phase One: Research Labs

Open call for artists and researchers from Egypt and Switzerland to explore and reflect the possibilities of extended reality (XR) technologies through the lenses of ‘ecologies’ and ‘migrations’.

Deadline extended until 30 November.

Energy – Extraction, Exhaustion, Depression

Wednesday, 2 November 2022

Colloquium session hosted by Anastasia Kubrak & Johannes Bruder, with guest Cara New Daggett.

living in the future of others

Wednesday, 28 September 2022

For this colloquium session, Solveig Qu Suess has invited fellow researchers henry bradley and Blanca Pujals for a screening and discussion of their work.

Networking Video

One-day symposium on local video networks and pactices of video art, activism, conservation, archiving, and exhibition. With lectures, screening and panel discussion. Organized by Stefanie Bräuer & Piet Esch.

Decolonizing Digital Archives

Workshop as part of the Continuing Education offers of FHNW Academy of Art and Design. New dates in winter. Apply until Dec 16, 2022.

Visiting Professorships for Viktor Bedö and Budhaditya Chattopadhyay

Funded by the Practice-to-Science grant of SNSF.

ZfM issue X – Kein Lagebericht

The new ZfM issue X – Kein Lagebericht thematizes and explores anti-racist practice within media studies. The invited contributions engage with racist experiences and continuities at the university and attempt to define coordinates of anti-racist practice at the academy and beyond.

The entire issue is open access and features a conversation between Sarah Sharma, Nelly Yaa Pinkrah, and CML member Johannes Bruder.

Critical by Design?

A new open access anthology on the ambivalent tensions between design and critique.

Planetary Ecologies

A Discussion Group on Critical Environmentalisms and Intersectional Metabolics.

Following the Elephant-Nosed Fish

Reimagining our Sensorium