Former West. Documents, Constellations, Prospects
During a week-long educational performance around 150 students from institutes around the world engage on topics such as the commodification of knowledge, critique of creativity, and functioning of edu-industries in today’s cognitive capitalism. Learning Place sets out to strip the dominant educational practice of its self-evident normality and so foster its critique and necessary transformation.
Conceptualized by Boris Buden
Bini Adamczak, PAST FUTURE: Historical Crisis, Crisis of History, and the Constellation of a Queercommunist Desire
Ute Meta Bauer, X Characters—The Construction of I, a Workshop Without End
Beatrice von Bismarck, No Work’s Capital
Chen Chieh-jen, Western Enterprises Inc.
Keti Chukhrov, How to Deal with What Is Considered to Be Art Today
Katja Diefenbach, The Second CV—Times of Being Inoperative
Helmut Draxler, The CV as Theological Problem
Koken Ergun, Wedding Culture—A Counter-Ethnography
Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani, Welcome to the “Hood”!?
Tom Holert, What Is Financialization?
Tom Holert and Jon Solomon, Audit Bureaucracy and the Innovative Assemblages of Bodies, Tongues, and Minds Recognized as Knowledgeable
Adi Keter and Ashkan Sepahvand, You Are You, You Are What You Do
Brigitta Kuster, The Self Is Only a Threshold, a Door, a Becoming Between Two Multiplicities
Dieter Lesage, From CV to Time Line. A Workshop on Labor and Social Media
Maria Lind, In the Midst of: How to Run a Small-Scale Visual Arts Institution in Times of Expanding Economization
Isabell Lorey, Self-Precarization of Cultural Producers
Esther Lu, What about Failures?
Angela Melitopoulos, From Sequences to Transition Points Somewhere Close to Now
Andrea Milat und Tihana Pupovac, Cooking the Occupation Through the Depersonalization
Ahmet Ogut, Define and Use: Silent University Student ID Card
Alexei Penzin, Sleep Well? Exploring the Dark Side of CV-lized Life
Gerald Raunig, Leben’s Lauf: Escaping the Mode of Modulation
Katya Sander, Life-Time Expectancies and its Graphics
Simon Sheikh und Tom Trevatt, The CV as Linguistic Labor
Judith Siegmund, A Creative Resume?
Societe Realiste: Ferenc Grof and Jean-Baptiste Naudy, Reading Timelines
Zoran Terzic, Art and Cultural / Political Collectives
Fusun Turetken mit Burak Arıkan, Mapping Relations of Funding and Knowledge
Ina Wudtke, My Life Live. Remixing My CV and Workshops by Li Ran and Dolores Zinny & Juan Maidagan
Diskussion with Gal Kirn, Ozren Pupovac, Samo Tomšič und Oxana Timofeeva, Surviving the Death of an Institution, or How Neoliberalism Visited JvE Academy
Diskussion with Katja Mayer, Theo Rohle, and Felix Stalder , Rankings and Cartels: Self-Optimization in Quantified Knowledge Environments
Vortrag Felix Stalder, The Author at the End of the Gutenberg Galaxy.
An Author without a Translator is no Author: Lecture and Discussions with Arianna Bove, Chen Chieh-jen, Maurizio Lazzarato, Alexei Penzin, David Riff and Jon Solomon, moderated by Stefan Nowotny
CV Queer Readings with Chto Delat?/What is to be done? and Mladen Stilinović in a talk with Boris Buden More presentations by Julie Burchardi, Maria Hlavajova, Antonia Josten und Kathrin Rhomberg.