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Press photos The New Alphabet – Opening Days

Jan, 11, 2019
LISTEN [Miyagi Haikus]

Sandeep Bhagwati

© Stephanie Pilick

Jan, 11, 2019
LISTEN [Miyagi Haikus]

Sandeep Bhagwati

© Stephanie Pilick

Jan, 10 - 13, 2019

Film installations by Alexander Kluge

© Aya Schamoni

Jan, 11, 2019
The Three Tongues You Speak in Your Sleep

Slavs and Tatars (artists’ collective)
Lecture performance Transliterative Tease

© Aya Schamoni

Jan, 11, 2019
The Discrete Charm of the Alphabet

Sybille Krämer

© Stephanie Pilick

Jan 10-13, 2019

The New Alphabet - Opening Days
Knowbotiq Amazonian Flesh

© Aya Schamoni

Jan 10, 2019
The Robot Whisperer

Alexander Kluge and Helge Schneider

© Stephanie Pilick

Jan, 10, 2019

Das Neue Alphabet - Opening Days

© Stepahnie Pilick

Jan, 10, 2019
In Omega’s Labyrinth

Hannelore Hoger and Sir Henry

© Stephanie Pilick

Jan 10, 2019
The Robot Whisperer

Helge Schneider

© Stephanie Pilick

Jan 10, 2019
Minute Operas

Andrea Moses and her directing class at the University of Performing Arts Ernst Busch, in collaboration with the acting class at Berlin University of the Arts, supervised by the dramaturgist Marion Hirte.

© Aya Schamoni

Jan, 10. 2019
Panel 4: Orientation in the Twenty-First Century, when the Alphabet alone no longer suffices

Ann Cotten, Christoph Streckhardt, Bernd Scherer and Ben Lerner (f.r.t.l.)

© Aya Schamoni

Jan, 10, 2019

Alexander Kluge and Richard Sennett

© Aya Schamoni

Jan, 10, 2019
The Robot Whisperer

Alexander Kluge and Helge Schneider

© Stephanie Pilick

Looming Creole, Jan 12, 2019
Filipa César
Foto: Aya Schamoni

Loming Creole, Jan 12, 2019
Slam Architecture
Marinho de Pina, Filipa César
Photo: Aya Schamoni

Stop Making Sense. Jan 12, 2019
The Laguage of Broken Glass, 2018, Hito Steyerl
Photo: Stephanie Pilick/HKW

Stop Making Sense. Jan 12, 2019
The Laguage of Broken Glass, 2018, Hito Steyerl
Photo: Stephanie Pilick/HKW

Stop Making Sense, 12.1.2019
Datafication of Science, Trevor Paglen and Kate Crawford
Photo: Stephanie Pilick/HKW

Countering Virtual Dispossession, Jan 12, 2019
Kader Attia
Photo: Stephanie Pilick/HKW

Countering Virtual Dispossession, Jan 12, 2019
Artifical Intelligence - Anatomy of a Radical Anti-Humanism
Kader Attia, Éric Sadin
Photo: Aya Schamoni

Countering Virtual Dispossession, Jan 12, 2019
The Afterlife of Colonization #3:
Between the Virtual and the Real
Zora Snake
Photo: Stephanie Pilick/HKW

Alexander Kluge: "Wenn ich Roboter wär ..." (with Helge Schneider), 2018

© Kairos Film 2018

Odete Semedo talks about a panu di pinti called “obra”

© Filipa César

Kader Attia, Countering Virtual Dispossession, 2018

© Kader Attia

Court of Justice of the European Union, Interpretation booth during the “Open Day”, 2018 Luxemburg

© Giulia Bruno & Armin Linke

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz entwickelte 1697 das Binärsystem: Er konnte alle Zahlen mit nur zwei Ziffern – Null und Eins – darstellen. Diese wurden später zum Alphabet des Computers. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek – Niedersächsische Landesbibliothek, Hannover, Signatur: LH 35, 3 B 1, Bl. 1.

By courtesy of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek – Niedersächsische Landesbibliothek Hannover

Der katalanische Philosoph und Theologe Raimundus Lullus (1232–1315) entwickelte in seinem Werk Ars magna einen Vorläufer unserer heutigen Computer. Seine Ideen der Logik, Kombinatorik und des Algorithmus wurden später gewissermaßen vom Papier auf Maschinen übertragen. Stadtbibliothek und Stadtarchiv Trier, Hs. 1895/1428 4°.

By courtesy of Stadtbibliothek and Stadtarchivs Trier