The New Alphabet – Opening Days

2019, Jan 10 — 13

Are binary code, algorithms, and DNA the alphabets of today? The current explosion of knowledge is accompanied by the segmentation of the world into the smallest units. The binary code – with only two elements the greatest abstraction of the alphabetical principle – makes the polymorphism of the analog calculable.

To project

Video – 0:37:31

Tarek El-Ariss: Genealogies of the Virtual: From Desert Ghouls to Online Trolls

Part of “Countering Virtual Dispossession” Introduction by Bernd Scherer, Olga von Schubert and Kader Attia English original version Lecture, Jan 12, 2019

Video – 0:41:01

Ivonne González, Black Guiris Collective: Blackening Wikipedia

Part of „Countering Virtual Dispossession” Performance, Jan 12, 2019

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Yucef Merhi, Kader Attia: Reality Hacking

Performance by Zora Snake: The Afterlife of Colonization #3: Between the Virtual and the Real Part of “Countering Virtual Dispossession” English original version Lecture, conversation, Jan 12, 2019

Video – 0:55:22

Éric Sadin, Kader Attia: Artificial Intelligence—Anatomy of a Radical Anti-Humanism

Performance by Zora Snake: The Afterlife of Colonization #3: Between the Virtual and the Real Part of “Countering Virtual Dispossession” English translation Lecture, Jan 12, 2019

Audio – 2:52:27

Archive Suite (German, English)

Part of “The New Alphabet – Opening Days” With Paul Feigelfeld, Britta Lange, Tom Pauwels, Eva Reiter, Joseph Vogl, Leonard Waisman, moderated by Karin Harrasser Original version Lectures, Discussions, Musical Discourse, Jan 11, 2019

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Giulia Bruno, Armin Linke, Vincenzo Latronico: Multilingualism at the European Court of Justice

Part of “The Three Tongues You Speak in Your Sleep” English original version Lecture Performance, Jan 11, 2019

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Slavs and Tatars: Transliterative Tease

Part of “The Three Tongues You Speak in Your Sleep” English original version Lecture Performance, Jan 11, 2019

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Sandeep Bhagwati: Translating Music? Towards a Pata-Music

Part of “The Three Tongues You Speak in Your Sleep” English original version Presentation, Jan 11, 2019

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Kader Attia: The Medium is the Message

Part of “The Three Tongues You Speak in Your Sleep” English original version Presentation, Jan 11, 2019

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Yuk Hui: On the Cosmotechnical Nature of Writing

Part of “The Discrete Charm of the Alphabet” English original version Lecture, Jan 11, 2019

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Sybille Krämer, MEHL: The Alphabet of Digitization (German, English)

Part of “The Discrete Charm of the Alphabet” Original version Lecture, Performance, Jan 11, 2019

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Giuseppe Longo: Alphabets, Axioms, DNA: On Human Knowledge and the Myth of Alphanumeric Coding

Part of “The Discrete Charm of the Alphabet” English original version Lecture, Jan 11, 2019

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Discussion: The Three Tongues You Speak in Your Sleep

Part of “The Three Tongues You Speak in Your Sleep” English original version Discussion, Jan 11, 2019

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Emily Apter: Theorizing in Untranslatables

Part of “The Three Tongues You Speak in Your Sleep” English original version Lecture, Jan 11, 2019

Video – 2:15:54

Archive Suite (German, English)

With Paul Feigelfeld, Britta Lange, Tom Pauwels, Eva Reiter, Joseph Vogl, Leonard Waisman Moderation: Karin Harrasser Original version Lectures, Discussions, Musical Discourse, Jan 11, 2019

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Diskussion mit Sybille Krämer, Yuk Hui, Giuseppe Longo und Marian Kaiser

Part of “The Discrete Charm of the Alphabet” English original version Discussion, Jan 11, 2019

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Introduction: Alexander Kluge, Rüdiger Kruse, Bernd Scherer, Olga von Schubert (German)

Part of “From Zed to Omega” German original version Introduction, welcoming address, Jan 10, 2019

Audio – 0:45:24

Introduction: Alexander Kluge, Rüdiger Kruse, Bernd Scherer, Olga von Schubert

Part of “From Zed to Omega” English translation Introduction, welcoming address, Jan 10, 2019