Technosphere

2015—2019

Research Project

The dilemma of global technology and its identity was the main theme of Technosphere. From 2015 to 2019 the explorative research project hosted four public events to spur conversations among scientists, artists, and the general public to explore the origins and future itineraries of the technosphere.

To project

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What Are We Working For?

With Lisa Baraitser, Maria Chehonadskih, Kaushik Sunder Rajan English original version Talk, Apr 26, 2019

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What Are We Working For?

With Lisa Baraitser English original version Talk, Apr 26, 2019

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How Long Is an Echo?

With Marina Rosenfeld Performance, Apr 26, 2019

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How Do You Know When to Stop?

With Lisa Baraitser, Bronislaw Szerszynski English original version Talk, April 25, 2019

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Idealized Forms (German)

With Sophia Roosth, Elizabeth A. Povinelli German translation Research conversation, Apr 25, 2019

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Idealized Forms

With Sophia Roosth, Elizabeth A. Povinelli English original version Research conversation, Apr 25, 2019

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How Do You Know When to Stop? (German)

With Lisa Baraitser, Bronislaw Szerszynski German translation Talk, Apr 25, 2019

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What Kind of Things Can Become a We? (German)

With Bronislaw Szerszynski German version Performance, Apr 25, 2019

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What Kind of Things Can Become a We?

With Bronislaw Szerszynski English original version Performance, Apr 25, 2019

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When Can You Call It Technology?

With Hu Fang, Elizabeth A. Povinelli English original version Talk, Apr 25, 2019

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Who Do We Care For? (German)

With Lisa Baraitser, Kaushik Sunder Rajan German translation Talk, Apr 25, 2019

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Who Do We Care For?

With Lisa Baraitser, Kaushik Sunder Rajan English original version Talk, Apr 25, 2019