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

Audio – 1:34:26

Evolution and Language: What are the Alphabets of Intelligence and Quo Vadis Intelligence?

Part of “From Zed to Omega” English translation Lectures, Discussion, Jan 10, 2019

Audio – 0:19:10

Conversation: Richard Sennet, Alexander Kluge (German, English)

Part of “From Zed to Omega” Original version Conversation, Jan 10, 2019 With an acknowledgment from Olga von Schubert.

Video – 1:09:54

Orientation in the Twenty-First Century, when the Alphabet alone no longer suffices, Part 1 (German)

Part of “From Zed to Omega” German original version Lectures, Conversation, Jan 10, 2019

Video – 0:26:41

Performance by Dirk von Lowtzow (German)

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

Video – 1:39:39

The Letters of Creation (German, English)

Part of “From Zed to Omega” Original version Conversation, Jan 10, 2019

Video – 0:19:25

Ben Lerner, Alexander Kluge: In Omega’s Labyrinth (German, English)

Part of “From Zed to Omega” Original version Reading, talk, Jan 10, 2019

Video – 0:15:24

In Omega’s Labyrinth (German)

Part of “From Zed to Omega” German original version Readings, music, and video documentation of the evening, Jan 10, 2019

Video – 1:25:42

Evolution in our Hands: Artificial Intelligence, Human Potential, and the Future (German)

Part of “From Zed to Omega” Introduction: Alexander Kluge German original version Conversation, Jan 10, 2019

Video – 1:35:19

Evolution and Language: What are the Alphabets of Intelligence and Quo Vadis Intelligence? (German)

Part of “From Zed to Omega” Introduction: Alexander Kluge German original version Lectures and Discussion, Jan 10, 2019