Berlin, may 29-30:
CYBORG: Hacktivists, Freaks and Hybrid Uprisings
Hackers, cyberfeminists, (trans)gender activists, artists and transhumanists expose power structures embedded in technology and everyday life.
Second Event of the Disruption Network Lab In cooperation with Kunstraum Kreuzberg /Bethanien
With: Francesca Da Rimini /Doll Yoko (artist and cyberfeminist, AU), Virginia Barratt (artist, performer and cyberfeminist, AU), Jack Halberstam (theorist on gaga feminism and queer failure, USA), Franco “Bifo” Berardi (sociologist and philosopher, IT, video contribution), Massimo Canevacci (cultural anthropologist, IT/BR), Francesco Warbear Macarone Palmieri (socio-anthropologist, cultural producer, DJ, IT/DE), Janez Janša (artist and curator, SI), Helena Velena (trans/gender hacktivist, artist and technologist, IT), Agnese Trocchi (artist and hacktivist, IT), Christopher Coenen (researcher, DE), Andreas Kirchner (publisher and researcher, DE), Stefan Greiner (co-founder of Cyborg e.V., artist and researcher), Mariano Equizzi (filmmaker, IT/BG), Paolo Bigazzi Alderigi (sound designer, IT), Magdalena Freudenschuss (gender theory researcher, DE).
Event built around the international book launch of The Cyborg: A Study of the Artificial Man, written by political Sci-Fi theorist Antonio Caronia (Genoa, 1944 – Milan, 2013), Meson Press / Hybrid Publishing Lab, Leuphana University of Lüneburg.
Event funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin. In cooperation with Kunstraum Kreuzberg /Bethanien. Supported by the Italian Culture Institute of Berlin. In collaboration with the Hybrid Publishing Lab, CDC/Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Meson Press, Vierte Welt Kollaborationen, and Aksioma – Institute of Contemporary Art Ljubljana.
Curated by Tatiana Bazzichelli and Daniela Silvestrin.
Kunstquartier Bethanien, Studio 1, Mariannenplatz 2, Berlin
Read the whole program here.