A self-driving car combines sensor data and radio signals to find its bearings. Refugees on the Mediterranean move through a landscape made up of GPS data. Navigation begins where the map ends. In constant motion in space, navigation produces its own patterns for path finding and creating horizons. How do navigational paradigms operate in real and virtual spaces? What is a navigational policy? And if navigation is going to replace montage as a principle of visual reasoning, as Harun Farocki implied shortly before his death, how does this shift affect the shaping of reality?
With Ramon Amaro, James Bridle, Maïté Chénière, Kaye Cain-Nielsen, Kodwo Eshun, Anselm Franke, Jennifer Gabrys, Charles Heller, Tom Holert, Inhabitants, Doreen Mende, Gloria Meynen, Matteo Pasquinelli, Laura Lo Presti, Patricia Reed, Nikolay Smirnov, Hito Steyerl, Oraib Toukan, Vassilis Tsianos, Ben Vickers, and Brian Kuan Wood.
Doreen Mende, Brian Kuan Wood
Keynote and screenings
James Bridle, Hito Steyerl, Ben Vickers
Kaye Cain-Nielsen, Tom Holert
Anselm Franke, Jennifer Gabrys, Laura Lo Presti, Mariana Silva (Inhabitants), Nikolay Smirnov, moderated by Tom Holert
The Tasks of Abstract Space
Ramon Amaro, Gloria Meynen, Matteo Pasquinelli, Patricia Reed, moderated by Brian Kuan Wood
Maîté Chénière, Charles Heller, Vassilis Tsianos, Oraib Toukan, moderated by Doreen Mende
Navigation Beyond Vision is the third chapter of the series of conferences Art after Culture? A second decade of e-flux journal in Rotterdam, Paris, Berlin and New York on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the e-flux journal.
In cooperation with e-flux, Harun Farocki Institut