Anthropologies Numériques / Digital Anthropologies

Anthropologies Numériques / Digital Anthropologies Croire, créer, désirer: faire avec l'autre. Believe, create, desire: make with the other. Digital Anthropologies #7 is an event organised by les Écrans de la Liberté (Screens of Freedom, Paris, France), in partnership with IMAf (Institut des mondes africains, CNRS, Paris, France), the ArchipelagoLab (Leuphana University, Lüneburg, Germany), Senselab (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada) and supported by the French-German University.

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22/08/2020

OPEN OPEN CALL
The Analogue As Passage / Online Meetup

Anthropologies Numériques / Digital Anthropologies #8 is taking place in France this year but many of us for one or another reason cannot travel or join the event in person. We still would like you to contribute from afar and so we have developed the possibility for you to attend and participate in this parallel online meetup taking place over 3 days: August 25, 26, & 28th.

This is an invitation for you to share your initial proposal or something simple - stories, workshops, discussions, performance, improvisation, music, listening sessions, short readings, radio, workouts - any experimental proposition! Come to meet an unexpected group of people for sharing, listening, and co-creating the digital gesture of care.

We are accepting your proposals for the following days and times (given in Berlin/Paris time):

August 25 with Mariana Marcassa, 20:00-23:00 CET

August 26 with Jol Thoms, 20:00-23:00 CET

August 28 with Grace Kim, 14:00-17:00 CET

You are invited to attend all three sessions or to join one with your proposal. Please contact the host of which day you would like to propose something.

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22/08/2020

This year's amazing program is out now!

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20/08/2020

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15/08/2020

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03/07/2020
Anthropologies Numériques / Digital Anthropologies

We leave the call open a few more days, in case you need more time! 😎 contact us if needed 🤗

Digital Anthropologies #8
Private location near Paris, France
24-30 August 2020

Call for entries

In a few weeks’ time, the coronavirus has undone more than what many of us have tried to willingly change in the past decades. The complete shutdown of a machinery which was seen as unstoppable offers an incredible chance for critical questioning, but also for pragmatically and collectively inventing and building worlds yet to come. The Covid-19 virus not only surprised us by its rapidity and its intensity but also became a worldwide phenomenon, bringing us into an intimidatingly durational sense of global synchronicity. An acceleration of pre-existing movements attempting to survive is already perceptible, for better or for worse.

While the world seems to even more strongly shift towards digital societies of control, this adaptation puts many of us in front of a choice to make between responses of radicalism and extremism. Extremism is characterised by the fixity of forms of identities, especially the national identity which briefly looked like a renewed source of security in recent weeks. But radicalism includes a preacceleration and a prefiguration of the what else, the what is yet to be tirelessly invented again and again. New shapes of honest, generous and empathetic security have to be offered to those who fear change, if we take the risk of radicalism. We advocate radicalism as the analogue, the necessary passage to the what else, regardless of its form as the digital or something else to explore. We are hungry for ways of living that takes into account all of us in a regenerative setting.

The nondigital Covid-19 reminds us of the tremendous forces of the analogue as passage towards radical change. We see practices navigating with the analogue as a never-ending source of inspiration for inventing artistic, scientific and social shapes.

Due to Covid-19, Digital Anthropologies #8 is a closed, self-funded event that takes place in a private location near Paris, France, 24-30 August 2020. We invite you to submit materials of all kinds that will be collectively developed before, during and after the event. You will propose a way of creating, thinking and feeling the constellation of this one week event. Collaboratively, we will share our techniques to activate each work for the unique caring gesture to emerge. For this radical gesture of togetherness to flourish, we need to pre-accelerate the event together during summer. We listen carefully to each selected proposal. Each proposal is folded in the arms of one member of the selection committee for the work to be activated in the relational field of the event. Collectively, we explore the techniques yet to be invented to enter the event.

Conditions of participation
1. Submission of a work, research, or proposition that dreams of a generous future, completed or in progress, from any scientific or artistic discipline, by 30 June 2020.
If the project is selected,
2. Required availability to pre-accelerate the event with your work in collaboration with a member of the selection committee until the event.
3. Required physical attendance on 24-30 August 2020, as long as the current situation makes it possible.

Registration form: https://goo.gl/a5GQaK
Deadline: 30 June 2020

Digital Anthropologies #8 is an event organised by les Écrans de la Liberté (Screens of Freedom, Paris, France), in partnership with Senselab (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada).

Selection committee
Sungeun Grace Kim, filmmaker, artistic researcher, Berlin, Germany; Côme Ledésert, filmmaker and artistic researcher, Berlin, Germany; Mariana Marcassa, artist, sound therapist and researcher based in Montreal; Jol Thoms, artist and researcher, CREAM/The Deep Field Project, University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom; Nadine Wanono, anthropologist and filmmaker, tenure researcher at Institut des Mondes africains, CNRS, Paris, France; Michael Westrich, cultural anthropologist, artistic researcher, journalist, Berlin, Germany.

19/06/2020
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Digital Anthropologies #8
Private location near Paris, France
24-30 August 2020

Call for entries

In a few weeks’ time, the coronavirus has undone more than what many of us have tried to willingly change in the past decades. The complete shutdown of a machinery which was seen as unstoppable offers an incredible chance for critical questioning, but also for pragmatically and collectively inventing and building worlds yet to come. The Covid-19 virus not only surprised us by its rapidity and its intensity but also became a worldwide phenomenon, bringing us into an intimidatingly durational sense of global synchronicity. An acceleration of pre-existing movements attempting to survive is already perceptible, for better or for worse.

While the world seems to even more strongly shift towards digital societies of control, this adaptation puts many of us in front of a choice to make between responses of radicalism and extremism. Extremism is characterised by the fixity of forms of identities, especially the national identity which briefly looked like a renewed source of security in recent weeks. But radicalism includes a preacceleration and a prefiguration of the what else, the what is yet to be tirelessly invented again and again. New shapes of honest, generous and empathetic security have to be offered to those who fear change, if we take the risk of radicalism. We advocate radicalism as the analogue, the necessary passage to the what else, regardless of its form as the digital or something else to explore. We are hungry for ways of living that takes into account all of us in a regenerative setting.

The nondigital Covid-19 reminds us of the tremendous forces of the analogue as passage towards radical change. We see practices navigating with the analogue as a never-ending source of inspiration for inventing artistic, scientific and social shapes.

Due to Covid-19, Digital Anthropologies #8 is a closed, self-funded event that takes place in a private location near Paris, France, 24-30 August 2020. We invite you to submit materials of all kinds that will be collectively developed before, during and after the event. You will propose a way of creating, thinking and feeling the constellation of this one week event. Collaboratively, we will share our techniques to activate each work for the unique caring gesture to emerge. For this radical gesture of togetherness to flourish, we need to pre-accelerate the event together during summer. We listen carefully to each selected proposal. Each proposal is folded in the arms of one member of the selection committee for the work to be activated in the relational field of the event. Collectively, we explore the techniques yet to be invented to enter the event.

Conditions of participation
1. Submission of a work, research, or proposition that dreams of a generous future, completed or in progress, from any scientific or artistic discipline, by 30 June 2020.
If the project is selected,
2. Required availability to pre-accelerate the event with your work in collaboration with a member of the selection committee until the event.
3. Required physical attendance on 24-30 August 2020, as long as the current situation makes it possible.

Registration form: https://goo.gl/a5GQaK
Deadline: 30 June 2020

Digital Anthropologies #8 is an event organised by les Écrans de la Liberté (Screens of Freedom, Paris, France), in partnership with Senselab (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada).

Selection committee
Sungeun Grace Kim, filmmaker, artistic researcher, Berlin, Germany; Côme Ledésert, filmmaker and artistic researcher, Berlin, Germany; Mariana Marcassa, artist, sound therapist and researcher based in Montreal; Jol Thoms, artist and researcher, CREAM/The Deep Field Project, University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom; Nadine Wanono, anthropologist and filmmaker, tenure researcher at Institut des Mondes africains, CNRS, Paris, France; Michael Westrich, cultural anthropologist, artistic researcher, journalist, Berlin, Germany.

01/06/2020

Digital Anthropologies #8
Private location near Paris, France
24-30 August 2020

Call for entries

In a few weeks’ time, the coronavirus has undone more than what many of us have tried to willingly change in the past decades. The complete shutdown of a machinery which was seen as unstoppable offers an incredible chance for critical questioning, but also for pragmatically and collectively inventing and building worlds yet to come. The Covid-19 virus not only surprised us by its rapidity and its intensity but also became a worldwide phenomenon, bringing us into an intimidatingly durational sense of global synchronicity. An acceleration of pre-existing movements attempting to survive is already perceptible, for better or for worse.

While the world seems to even more strongly shift towards digital societies of control, this adaptation puts many of us in front of a choice to make between responses of radicalism and extremism. Extremism is characterised by the fixity of forms of identities, especially the national identity which briefly looked like a renewed source of security in recent weeks. But radicalism includes a preacceleration and a prefiguration of the what else, the what is yet to be tirelessly invented again and again. New shapes of honest, generous and empathetic security have to be offered to those who fear change, if we take the risk of radicalism. We advocate radicalism as the analogue, the necessary passage to the what else, regardless of its form as the digital or something else to explore. We are hungry for ways of living that takes into account all of us in a regenerative setting.

The nondigital Covid-19 reminds us of the tremendous forces of the analogue as passage towards radical change. We see practices navigating with the analogue as a never-ending source of inspiration for inventing artistic, scientific and social shapes.

Due to Covid-19, Digital Anthropologies #8 is a closed, self-funded event that takes place in a private location near Paris, France, 24-30 August 2020. We invite you to submit materials of all kinds that will be collectively developed before, during and after the event. You will propose a way of creating, thinking and feeling the constellation of this one week event. Collaboratively, we will share our techniques to activate each work for the unique caring gesture to emerge. For this radical gesture of togetherness to flourish, we need to pre-accelerate the event together during summer. We listen carefully to each selected proposal. Each proposal is folded in the arms of one member of the selection committee for the work to be activated in the relational field of the event. Collectively, we explore the techniques yet to be invented to enter the event.

Conditions of participation
1. Submission of a work, research, or proposition that dreams of a generous future, completed or in progress, from any scientific or artistic discipline, by 30 June 2020.
If the project is selected,
2. Required availability to pre-accelerate the event with your work in collaboration with a member of the selection committee until the event.
3. Required physical attendance on 24-30 August 2020, as long as the current situation makes it possible.

Registration form: https://goo.gl/a5GQaK
Deadline: 30 June 2020

Digital Anthropologies #8 is an event organised by les Écrans de la Liberté (Screens of Freedom, Paris, France), in partnership with Senselab (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada).

Selection committee
Sungeun Grace Kim, filmmaker, artistic researcher, Berlin, Germany; Côme Ledésert, filmmaker and artistic researcher, Berlin, Germany; Mariana Marcassa, artist, sound therapist and researcher based in Montreal; Jol Thoms, artist and researcher, CREAM/The Deep Field Project, University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom; Nadine Wanono, anthropologist and filmmaker, tenure researcher at Institut des Mondes africains, CNRS, Paris, France; Michael Westrich, cultural anthropologist, artistic researcher, journalist, Berlin, Germany.

16/08/2019

The program is out!

Anthropologies Numériques #7 / Digital Anthropologies #7
16/08/2019

Anthropologies Numériques #7 / Digital Anthropologies #7

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16/08/2019

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Anthropologies Numériques / Digital Anthropologies
16/08/2019

Anthropologies Numériques / Digital Anthropologies

AN#7 is ready to welcome you in Berlin... Please have a look to our next event...26-29 of August Ausland Berlin
31/07/2019

AN#7 is ready to welcome you in Berlin... Please have a look to our next event...26-29 of August Ausland Berlin

We are pleased to announce Digital Anthropologies #7, call for entries!Digital Anthropologies #7“Ausland”, Berlin, Germa...
09/02/2019
Anthropologies Numériques #7 / Digital Anthropologies #7

We are pleased to announce Digital Anthropologies #7, call for entries!

Digital Anthropologies #7
“Ausland”, Berlin, Germany
26-29 August 2019

Call for entries
Registration form: https://goo.gl/a5GQaK
page: https://www.facebook.com/events/341945886415048/

What are the conditions for the event to shift from competition to alliance? If we do not wish to compete, we desire to share research processes in a mode of togetherness that offers a gift of potentiality for better living and knowing beyond their capture for capitalist value extraction. What if your work could relay and resonate with the affects at play, contributing by leaving traces that activate the ecologies of the event across times and spaces?
The seventh edition of Digital Anthropologies constructs a sociality in its own right. We believe that the experience of an artistic or research process can especially be felt in the collective making of the event and in the doing of a series of minor gestures, within, between and beyond the sum of the individual research processes.
Digital Anthropologies #7 takes place at Ausland, Berlin, Germany, 26-29 August 2019. We invite you to submit materials of all kinds that will be collectively reshaped before, during and after the event. During five days, you will be able to propose a way of creating, thinking and feeling the constellation of the event. Collectively, we will share the techniques to activate each work for the caring gesture to emerge. For this caring gesture to happen, we need to pre-accelerate the event together during summer. We listen carefully to each selected proposal. Each proposal is folded in the arms of one member of the selection committee for the work to be activated in the relational field of the event. Collectively, we explore the techniques yet to be invented to enter the event.

Conditions of participation
1. Submission of a work, research, or proposal for a workshop, completed or in progress, from any scientific or artistic discipline, by 30 March 2019.
If the project is selected,
2. Required availability to pre-accelerate the event with your work in collaboration with a member of the selection committee until the event.
3. Required attendance on 26-29 August 2019 at Ausland, Berlin, Germany.

Registration form: https://goo.gl/a5GQaK
Deadline: 30 March 2019

Digital Anthropologies #7 is an event organised by les Écrans de la Liberté (Screens of Freedom, Paris, France), in partnership with IMAf (Institut des mondes africains, CNRS, Paris, France), the ArchipelagoLab (Leuphana University, Lüneburg, Germany), Senselab (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada) and supported by the French-German University.

Selection committee
Christoph Brunner, Assistant Professor in Cultural Theory at Leuphana University Lüneburg and director of the ArchipelagoLab for Transversal Practices, Lüneburg, Germany; Sungeun Grace Kim, filmmaker, artistic researcher, Berlin, Germany; Pascal Leclercq, president of les Écrans de la Liberté (Screens of Freedom); Côme Ledésert, filmmaker and practice-led doctoral researcher, CREAM, University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom; Mariana Marcassa, artist and researcher, postdoctoral fellow at SenseLab and Acts of Listening Lab, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada; Jol Thomson, artist, collaborator and researcher, CREAM, University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom; Nadine Wanono, anthropologist and filmmaker, tenure researcher at Institut des Mondes africains, CNRS, Paris, France; Michael Westrich, cultural anthropologist, artistic researcher, journalist, Berlin, Germany.

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What are the conditions for the event to shift from competition to alliance? If we do not wish to compete, we desire to share research processes in a mode of togetherness that offers a gift of potentiality for better living and knowing beyond their capture for capitalist value extraction. What if your work could relay and resonate with the affects at play, contributing by leaving traces that activate the ecologies of the event across times and spaces?

The seventh edition of Digital Anthropologies constructs a sociality in its own right. We believe that the experience of an artistic or research process can especially be felt in the collective making of the event and in the doing of a series of minor gestures, within, between and beyond the sum of the individual research processes.

Digital Anthropologies #7 takes place at Ausland, Berlin, Germany, 26-29 August 2019. We invite you to submit materials of all kinds that will be collectively reshaped before, during and after the event. During five days, you will be able to propose a way of creating, thinking and feeling the constellation of the event. Collectively, we will share the techniques to activate each work for the caring gesture to emerge. For this caring gesture to happen, we need to pre-accelerate the event together during summer. We listen carefully to each selected proposal. Each proposal is folded in the arms of one member of the selection committee for the work to be activated in the relational field of the event. Collectively, we explore the techniques yet to be invented to enter the event.

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For ONLINE MEET UP DA#8, Tuesday evening, 25th AUGUST 20H to 23H CEST, please join a conversation between 4 beings, a conversation that started yesterday, but that has probably been going on for a very long time. Using as a springboard Catharine’s nascent text inspired by these covidious times called “ A Generous Economy”, Pamela, Bram and Mariana will use their own paths of inquiry into artificial intelligence, experimental listening techniques and camping in unknown territory to engage, expand, interrupt, and move into this idea of a generous economy -- so that after one and a half hours, (and a 15 minutes break) we have opened a crevice or canyon (a space) into which you can also jump -- perhaps moving generosity and listening (analog and digital) several steps further in many directions. Pamela Breda is a human being eager to look around herself, discover stories and share them with other human beings through images, films and sounds. She lives and works on a planet called Earth. Bram Vreeswijk is a boy scout at the core of his being. He never liked the uniform but he loves hiking and camping. In the summer he makes long trips through Europe with a tent and his bike. As a kid he had a book with the title 'How to become an Indian?'. Later he studied anthropology. For him dance-training is connected to his desire to become an Indian. Of course there is an Indian in him. Yet, he considers it also a responsibility to be a Dutch man, being part of Dutch history. He feels stressed being surrounded by architecture, and didn't accumulate much material stuff in his life. Economy is a subject he always ignored. Yet, recently he became interested in ecology and through this in economy. Destroying our earth is like an addiction. We know what we are doing is destructive for our bodies and our planet, yet we cannot stop. Somehow our economy is at the core of this addiction. A few weeks ago he wrote a proposal on fundamentally rethinking economics to an old (very left wing) economist in Holland. Maybe they are going to do a project… A scenographer (and improvisor in all she does) Catharine Cary fills Zoom rectangles with analog analogies, and moves across them with broken mirrors and uttered words intended to turn the world upside down. She has lived and worked in 40 countries across 3 continents. One of her paintings hangs on a yacht between a Diebenkorn and a Motherwell. Mariana Marcassa was born in the rural Brazil, in a family connected to the earth that made cheese, sang to their animals and lived on a rural tree spotted landscape. Since 2017, she lives and works in Tiohtià:ke / Mooniyaang / Montreal where she has been developing a new theoretical and practical approach to sound and voice explorations, and the creation of experimental listening techniques. She works with individuals and groups, in private or as a performer. It has been through voice and sound–as performance, as aesthetic proposition and clinical intervention– that Mariana has been asking how an engagement with sound as vibration and voice-without-language might facilitate new modes of experience, and new techniques for living.
hi! not sure if y'all got my email but my collaborators and i are hoping to hear back on whether our proposal was accepted so we can look into tickets -- much gratitude for your organizing work!
Voilà le programme d'Anthropologies Numériques, n'hésitez pas à le lire et à venir nous rencontrer du 15 au 18 novembre au Point Ephémère... on vous attend !