A Conversation with Ai Weiwei and Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky)

On 22nd December, Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky (Faculty NYC '19) will be in conversation with Ai Weiwei as part of the Brooklyn Rail's New Social Environment program.     The dialogue between artist Ai Weiwei and Rail Editor-at-Large Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky) will span art and politics, concluding with a poetry reading. The event will be held online and open to all. See below for information.   Information Tuesday 22nd December 2020, 9 a.m. Eastern / 6 a.m. Pacific (3 p.m…

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Yoonkyung Lim: One’s Position

Yoonkyung Lim's (Alum Berlin '20) solo exhibition 'One’s Position,' at Seoul's The Reference, examines one’s roles and relationships to others in a given social context. Yoonkyung Lim, “Time Line: Statism Code (My birth year)”(2020-ongoing), exhibition view The exhibition presents Time Line: Statism Code and Looking for One’s Position. Time Line: Statism Code is an art-event where participants can recompose legal codes by situating themselves to reflect and reinterpret other's positions that…

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Skinship Larp @ AI Party Pep Rally

Susan Ploetz (Faculty Berlin '19) is running a larp titled Skinship as part of the festival AI Party Pep Rally, by Bombina Bombast, based in Malmö. Describing the Skinship larp (or, Touching Intelligence in its online iteration), Susan explains; Participants play alien sensing-creatures exploring their surroundings and objects/beings in a strange new land, combining the information they collect in a multi-lingual poem-like matrix in/for their distributed collective intelligence/memory. In this…

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