The fifth annual theme of the cx centre for interdisciplinary studies "Hybrid Ecologies" explores which consequences the contemporary notion of ecology might entail for the rethinking of community and for artistic and design practices.

 

Please find the annual theme "Hybrid Ecologies" documented below:

 

Introduction annual theme  (concept text)

Interdisciplinary lecture series „Hybrid Ecologies“ (video recordings available soon)

Project classes of the guest professors John Jordan & Isabelle Fremeaux (Labofii) and Simon Starling

Seminars WS 2016/17 and SoSe 2017

For further study please refer to the publication (will be released 2018)

Attachments:
Download this file (hybride-oekologier-flyer-FINAL-webNEU.pdf)Flyer

The cx centre for interdisciplinary studies examines in its fourth annual theme "Real Magic" the contemporary reality of the magic and its emergence in the arts, sciences and everyday culture.

 

Please find the annual theme "Real Magic" documented below:

 

Introduction annual theme (concept text)

Interdisciplinary lecture series "Real Magic" ( video recordings)

Project classes of the guest professors Melanie Bonajo and Mariechen Danz

Seminars Winter Term 2015/16 and Summer Term 2016

For further study please refer to the publication (diaphanes 2018)

Attachments:
Download this file (REALE_MAGIE-folder.pdf)Flyer

The third annual theme of the cx centre for interdisciplinary studies asks, which means and strategies artists and scholars pursue today, to gain a radius of operation which rises from the conditions we are faced with – without falling into nostalgic utopianisms or apocalyptic sensationalisms.

 

Please find the annual theme "The present of the Future" documented below:

 

Introduction annual theme (concept text)

Interdisciplinary lecture series "The Present of the Future" (video recordings)

Project classes with the guest professors Nora Schultz and Tyler Coburn

Seminars Winter Term 2014/15 and Summer Term 2015

For further study please refer to the publication (diaphanes 2016)

Attachments:
Download this file (flyer_cx_diegegenwartderzukunft-4.pdf)Flyer

With its second yearly theme, the cx investigates the multifaceted and complex processes of identification we experience today from the perspective of different artistic and academic disciplines.

 

Please find the annual theme "Fragile Identities" documented below:

 

Introduction annual theme (concept text)

Three-part Symposium "Fragile Identities" (video recordings)

Project classes of the guest professors Claire Denis and Tobias Zielony (photos)

Seminars Winter Term 2013/14 and Summer Term 2014

For further study please refer to the publication (diaphanes 2015)

Attachments:
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Download this file (flyer-final-hires-august2.pdf)Flyer

Material and materiality are prevailing in the arts and sciences at the moment. In cultural studies and social sciences there is even talk of a “material turn”, as a rediscovery of material qualities or yet an enhanced dependence on the material world may be observed in various disciplines.

 

Please find the annual theme "Power of Material/Politics of Materiality" documented below:

 

Introduction annual theme (concept text)

Interdisciplinary lecture series "Power of Material/Politics of Materiality" (video recordings)

Project classes of the guest professors Max Lamb (photos), Manfred Pernice (photos) and Nairy Baghramian (photos)

Seminars Summer Term 2012Winter Term 2012/13 and Summer Term 2013

For further study please refer to the publication (diaphanes 2014) 

Attachments:
Download this file (cx flyer_med.pdf)Flyer