Technosphere

2015—2019

Research Project

The twentieth-century celebrated technology as a way to achieve planetary unity and control. Yet today technics, nature, and human activity seem to combine in increasingly disorienting, uncontrolled compositions in which once-reliable distinctions lose their stability. How did we end up in this world of technological vertigo, this Mobius strip of world and planetary technics, wherein cause and effect, local and global factors, human and non-human agency, perpetually confuse and confound one another’s borders?

To project

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Wisdom Techniques | The Dust Séance

Technosphere × Knowledge 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 16, Sat

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Closing Session: Anthropocene Campus study presentation by Manjana Milkoreit

Anthropocene Curriculum Campus: The Technosphere Issue 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 22, Fr

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Truth Measures | The Common Sense

Technosphere × Knowledge 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 16, Sat

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Report Session for the seminar Techno-Metabolism

Anthropocene Curriculum Campus: The Technosphere Issue 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 22, Fr

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Report Session of the seminar Feral Technologies

Anthropocene Curriculum Campus: The Technosphere Issue 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 22, Fr

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Report Session for the seminar Axiomatic Earth

Anthropocene Curriculum Campus: The Technosphere Issue 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 22, Fr

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Wisdom Techniques | Potency and partial knowledge: An exercise

Technosphere × Knowledge 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 16, Sat

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Truth Measures | Technosphere Truth?

Technosphere × Knowledge 2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 16, Sat