IoA Sliver Lecture Manuel DeLanda, March 12, 7pm
Lecture by Manuel DeLanda
"The New Materiality"
Manuel DeLanda is an artist and philosopher. Between 1975 and 1982 he was an independent filmmaker. His films were selected for the Whitney Biennal in 1978 and had one man shows at Anthology Film Archives (1978), Collective for Living Cinema (1980), Millenium (1981). More recently he has resumed his filmmaking career, showing his new work at Anthology(2015) and Laboratorio Alameda, in Mexico City (2017). In 1982 he became a computer programmer and independent researcher in cognitive and computer science. Research on the sociology and history of computer science led to the writing of “War in the Age of Intelligent Machines”, published in 1991, on the military origins of computer technology. Since, he has published seven more books, including “A Thousand Years of Nonlinear History” (1997), “Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy” (2002), “A New Philosophy of Society” (2006), “Philosophy and Simulation” (2011), and “Philosophical Chemistry” (2015), and “Assemblage Theory” (2016). He currently teaches in the architecture departments at Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania, and Pratt Institute.
University of Applied Arts Vienna
Oskar-Kokoschka-Platz 2 , Hörsaal 1
IoA Finals- and Diplomas, Jan 22 -25
January 22, 2019
Finals Studio Hani Rashid
Guests: Oliver Bertram, Alexander Diem, Sille Pihlak
January 23, 2019
Finals Cross Over Studio / Alfredo Brillembourg
„Sarajevo - a century of re-construction“ 1918-2018"
Guests: Stephanie Briers, Eva Franch i Gilabert, Hubert Klumpner, Anupama Kundoo, Justin McGuirk, Adnan Pašić
Finals Studio Kazuyo Sejima
Guests: Christina Diaz Moreno and Efren Garcia Grinda/ amid.cero9 (tbc)
January 24, 2019
Jury: Greg Lynn (head), Matthias Boeckl, Klaus Bollinger, Brian Cody, Sanford Kwinter, Karin Raith, Hani Rashid, Kazuyo Sejima
Guests: Mariana Ibanez, Elena Manferdini
January 25, 2019
Finals Studio Greg Lynn
Guests: Hernan Diaz Alonso, Mariana Ibanez, Elena Manferdini
Schwanzer-Trakt, 1st or 2nd floor
IoA Sliver Lecture Vera Bühlmann, January 8, 7pm
Lecture by Vera Bühlmann
"On Architecture and the Meteora. On Cornucopian Instruments, Architectonic Dispositions, and Capital Concepts"
Vera Bühlmann is a Swiss writer. She is professor for architecture theory, and director of the Department for Architecture Theory and Philosophy of Technics ATTP at Vienna University of Technology (www.attp.tuwien.ac.at). Together with Ludger Hovestadt she co-founded and directs the laboratory for applied virtuality at the Architecture Department at ETH Zurich, and co-edits the applied virtuality book series (Birkhäuser, Basel/Vienna, since 2012). After studying philosophy and English language and literature in Zurich, Switzerland, she obtained a PhD in media theory/philosophy from Basel University (2009). Her latest monograph is entitled Information and Mathematics in the Philosophy of Michel Serres (Bloomsbury, London: forthcoming 2018).
She is the author of Die Nachricht, ein Medium: Generische Medialität, Städtische Architektonik (Birkhäuser, 2014) and co-author with Ludger Hovestadt and Sebastian Michael of A Genius Planet (Birkhäuser 2017). She co-edited a special volume of Minnesota Review together with Iris van der Tuin and Felicity Colman on Genealogies of New Materialism (Duke UP, 2017), as well as the Metalithikum Books (all Birkhäuser, together with Ludger Hovestadt): Printed Physics, ( 2012), Domesticating Symbols (2014), Coding as Literacy (2015), Symbolizing Existence (2016). Among her publications are also Sheaves, When Things Are Whatever Can be the Case (Birkhäuser, 2014), A Quantum City (Birkhäuser 2015).
IoA Sliver Lecture Series Joanna Zylinska, Dec. 13, 7pm
Lecture by Joanna Zylinska
On creative computers, art robots and AI dreams
Joanna Zylinska is a writer, lecturer, artist and curator, as well as Professor of New Media and Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London. The author of seven books – including The End of Man: A Feminist Counterapocalypse (University of Minnesota Press, 2018, open access version available ), Nonhuman Photography (MIT Press, 2017) and Minimal Ethics for the Anthropocene (Open Humanities Press, 2014, open access version available ) – she is also a translator of Stanislaw Lem’s philosophical treatise, Summa Technologiae (Minnesota UP, 2013). In 2013 she was Artistic Director of Transitio_MX05 ‘Biomediations’, the biggest Latin American new media festival, which took place in Mexico City. Her own art practice involves experimenting with different kinds of photomedia.
University of Applied Arts Vienna