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Inke Arns on Sat, 3 Oct 2015 21:30:09 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime> Save the Date: Conference "Every Step You T


   Dear Nettime,

   here's some information about our upcoming conference in Dortmund (Ruhr
   area, Germany) - perhaps some of you might be interested in joining us!
   Dortmund is easy to reach from most European cities ...

   All the best,

   Inke

   ///
   Conference
   >EVERY STEP YOU TAKE< - ART AND SOCIETY IN THE DATA AGE
   12-15 November 2015, Dortmund, Germany
   A project by medienwerk.nrw, office located at HMKV
   - Lectures / Panel Discussions / Film Screenings / Performances /
   Workshops -
   12/13 November, 2015: Dortmunder U - Centre for Art and Creativity
   (U-Cinema & Foyer)
   14/15 November, 2015: Schauspiel Dortmund / Municipal Theatre of
   Dortmund (Theatre bar "Institut" & Studio)
   The international conference >Every Step You Take< - Art and Society in
   the Data Age deals with the utopias and dystopias interconnected with
   new technologies of automated collection, storage and analysis of vast
   amounts of data. A feeling of uneasiness is being articulated in
   numerous scientific and artistic positions in view of current
   developments in our digital and networked media reality. The public
   debate on >Big Data<, surveillance, transparency and data protection,
   as well as individual user behaviour in social networks are deeply
   ambivalent: the promises and temptations of technological progress --
   safety, predictability, optimisation, convenience -- come with societal
   and personal consequences. In all their complexity, these consequences
   often remain intangible and abstract.
   The conference >Every Step You Take< presents positions of media art,
   theory and digital culture reacting to these current technological and
   societal developments. A central question is how current artistic
   strategies are able to visualise invisible, immaterial and highly
   complex processes, thereby describing the present technological changes
   and making their consequences comprehensible. A second focus will be
   the societal, economic and political ideas that have inscribed
   themselves in the way new media functions: How do these ideas and
   rationale reproduce in everyday use? And how much space is there for a
   critical analysis and emancipation in the digital realm?
   The conference programme includes lectures, panel discussions, a film
   programme curated by Florian Wüst, a performance of the live film
   "Minority Report" at Schauspiel Dortmund (14 November, 19:30 h), a
   literary reading by German novelist Leif Randt (15 November, Schauspiel
   Dortmund), and a Maker Lounge with workshops e.g. on e-mail encryption
   in the Dortmunder U foyer.
   Hartware MedienKunstVerein (HMKV) presents in parallel with the
   conference the exhibition >(Artificial Intelligence) Digitale Demenz<,
   curated by Thibaut de Ruyter, at Dortmunder U.
   Confirmed conference speakers: Inke Arns, Dirk Baecker, Alain Bieber,
   Mercedes Bunz, Cécile B. Evans, Paul Feigelfeld, Matthew Fuller, Louis
   Henderson, Constanze Kurz, Boaz Levin, Joanne McNeil, Jennifer Lyn
   Morone, Luciana Parisi, Matteo Pasquinelli, Peng! Collective, Maral
   Pourkazemi, Leif Randt, Hans Ulrich Reck, Manfred Schneider, Jennifer
   Whitson, Florian Wüst, Pinar Yoldas, and others
   Film programme with contributions by: Nadav Assor, Jürgen Brügger &
   Jörg Haaßengier, Bureau of Inverse Technology, Emma Charles, Hellmuth
   Costard & Jürgen Ebert, Norman Cowie, Stéphane Degoutin & Gwenola
   Wagon, Omer Fast, Harun Farocki, Walter Koch, Steffen Köhn, Jen Liu,
   Christian Niccoli, Ridley Scott
   Film programme curated by Florian Wüst.
   Conference Topics:
   Why Look at Algorithms? Agency in the Data Stack
   "Evil Media?" (Keynote)
   The Quantified Self and the Future of Labour
   The Materiality of the Cloud and Planetary Computation
   Transparency
   Sensitive Machines and Affective Computing
   Nobody knows you're a dog. The future of the digital identity
   Digital Border Control
   Liquid Surveillance
   FURTHER INFORMATION AND DETAILED PROGRAMME soon at:
   http://www.medienwerk-nrw.de/en/event/everystepyoutake
   FREE ADMISSION to the conference (lectures, panel discussions, film
   programme).
   EXCEPTION: Theatre production "Minority Report" at Schauspiel Dortmund
   (November 14). Further information & tickets: www.theaterdo.de
   OPENING RECEPTION on Thursday, November 12, 2015, 18:00 h, Dortmunder U
   (Cinema/ground floor):
   Welcoming address
   Keynote lecture by Hans Ulrich Reck (Rector Academy of Media Arts
   Cologne)
   Film programme I: Living Data, introduction by Florian Wüst
   The opening lecture will be held in German. All other conference events
   are in English language.
   ADDRESSES:
   Dortmunder U
   Leonie-Reygers-Terrasse
   44137 Dortmund
   Schauspiel Dortmund
   Hiltropwall 15
   44137 Dortmund
   DIRECTIONS:
   www.dortmunder-u.de/anfahrt
   www.theaterdo.de/service/anfahrt
   TEAM:
   Concept & Programme Curator: Fabian Saavedra-Lara
   Concept & Programme: Judith Funke
   Project management: Annette Bohn
   FUNDED BY:
   Ministry for Family, Children, Youth, Culture and Sport of the State of
   North Rhine-Westphalia
   German Federal Agency for Civic Education
   Cultural Office of the City of Dortmund
   IN COOPERATION WITH:
   Hartware Medienkunstverein (HMKV)
   Schauspiel Dortmund
   Dortmunder U - Centre for Art and Creativity
   Kino im U e.V.
   Heimatdesign
   Fraunhofer UMSICHT
   The following institutions are currently part of the medienwerk.nrw
   network:
   Bielefelder Kunstverein, Die Kunstproduzenten (Cologne), Hartware
   MedienKunstVerein (Dortmund), imai - inter media art institute
   (Düsseldorf), Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, Kultur-Initiative
   Emscher-Lippe (Gelsenkirchen), Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln,
   Lehmbruck Museum (Duisburg), mex - intermediale und experimentelle
   Musikprojekte e.V. (Dortmund), Museum Ludwig (Cologne), PACT Zollverein
   (Essen), SK Stiftung Kultur (Cologne), Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten
   Marl, Stiftung Künstlerdorf Schöppingen, Universität Siegen, Lehrstuhl
   für Mediengeschichte, Videonale (Bonn), and Zeitkunst e.V. (Cologne).
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   medienwerk.nrw (Büro / Office)
   c/o Hartware MedienKunstVerein (HMKV)
   Hoher Wall 15
   44137 Dortmund
   Germany
   T: +49 (0) 231 496 642 - 17
   F: +49 (0) 231 496 642 - 29
   www.medienwerk-nrw.de
   info {AT} medienwerk-nrw.de
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   Dr. Inke Arns
   Künstlerische Leitung
   Hartware MedienKunstVerein (HMKV) im Dortmunder U
   Leonie-Reygers-Terrasse, 44137 Dortmund
   Büro: Hoher Wall 15, 44137 Dortmund
   T + 49 - 231 - 496642-0 (Durchwahl -11)
   F + 49 - 231 - 496642-29
   M + 49 - 176 - 430 627 93
   www.hmkv.de
   www.facebook.com/hartwaremedienkunstverein
   twitter.com/hmkv_de
   HMKV Video des Monats
   NEOZOON: Buck Fever (2012)
   1. - 31. Oktober 2015
   Digitale Folklore
   HMKV, Dortmund
   25. Juli - 1. November 2015 (verlängert!)


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