Basic Cultural Research using the Means of Art and Science
Our notion of nature is now out of date. Humanity forms nature. This is the core premise of the Anthropocene thesis, announcing a paradigm shift in the natural sciences as well as providing new models for culture, politics, and everyday life. In a two-year project (2013/2014), HKW explored the hypothesis’ manifold implications for the sciences and arts. Cooperations and events in Berlin and all over the world continue the debate on the Anthropocene.
Sun, Mar 16, 2014 Conference Wolfgang Kaleck in conversation with Anselm Franke
Sat, Mar 15, 2014 Conference "The Architecture of Public Truth" Michael Sfard in conversation with Susan Schuppli.
Sat, Mar 15, 2014 - Sun, Mar 16, 2014 Conference "The Architecture of Public Truth" with Eyal Weizman and Bernd Scherer.
Sat, Mar 15, 2014 Conference, Jonathan Littell in conversation with Eyal Weizman
Sat, Mar 15, 2014 - Mon, May 05, 2014 Forensis Exhibition Keynote Speech by Eyal Weizman
Sat, Mar 15, 2014 - Mon, May 05, 2014 Forensis Exhibition, Keynote Speech by Bernd Scherer
Dialog between Cary Wolfe and Claire Colebrook
Dialog between Christina von Braun and Paulo Tavares
Keynote by John Tresch
Dialog between Akeel Bilgrami and Aldo Haesler
Keynote by Elizabeth A. Povinelli. Introduction and talk: Ethel Matala de Mazza
Is the Anthropocene… Cosmology? Dialog with John Tresch and Jan Zalasiewicz
Keynote by Will Steffen
HKW Talk on the Anthropocene with Jan Zalasiewicz and Bernd Scherer
Talk with Ursula K. Heise and Bernd Scherer
Talk with Erle Ellis and Bernd Scherer
HKW Talk with Dipesh Chakrabarty and Bernd Scherer
Talk with Akeel Bilgrami and Bernd Scherer