• 07/11/2017 material-led workshop on «Techno-Catastrophes» at University of the Underground, Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam
  • 22/11/2017 Expierence-based workshop «Vague Space» at Jung von Matt Academy, Hamburg
  • 03-05/01/2018 Per-Forming Clouds Workshop at weissensee school of art and design berlin
  • 19-21/04/2018 Digital Fabrication "Chocolate Aided Design" seminar at CAS/MAS Designing Technology, ZHdK
  • 24-27/05/2018 Participatory Installation "Per-Forming Clouds: in search for the perfect cloud" at 3DaysofDesign, Design Museum Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 01/05/2018 "Terranautic Instruments" seminar at Re-Visiting Black Mountain exhibition at Museum für Gestaltung Zurich, Switzerland, with Roman Kirschner
  • 14/06/2018 Co-Facilitating "Clouds and Rocks: Imagining Alien Terrains" Workshop on Alien Matter Landscapes at ECAM/ Critical Media Lab, FHNW Basel
  • 27-31/08/2018 Fictional Materials – participatory exhibition with weissensee school of art and design berlin, Bauhaus Dessau and materialarchiv.ch

LABORATORY OF NARRATIVE MATERIALS

IT´S ALL JUST AIR...

NORMAL ACCIDENTS

TECHNO-CATASTROPHES

VAGUE SPACE

TERRANAUTICS

PER-FORMING CLOUDS

MUTABLE PROCESSES

RE-CONNECT

STATE OF MATTER

MATERIAL ACTIVELY THINKING

ASTEROID DEFENSE

FICTIONAL MATERIALS

METASOLID

FUTURE OF CARBON

CONDITIONING PATTERNS

UNTER STROM

DIGITAL TRACES

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VAGUE SPACE
2017

 

Material-based Workshop Format

The Vague Space is the suggestion for the name of a space, that stands in contrast to everything that is defined and concrete. It origins from the observation of situations when something "new" seems to be to emerging, but yet is difficult to name and to define. The framing of this space is supposed to enable us to locate ourselves within this process and to exchange our experience.


In collaboration with Stefan Schwabe and Jannis Huelsen.
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related media:
Blumenberg (2007) "Theorie der Unbegrifflichkeit"
Bohm, D. (2013) "On Dialogue"

Fairey, S. (2015) “Backjumps-The Live Issue, 2003”
Hill, D. (2012) “Dark Matter and Trojan Horses”