This program is part of a lecture series by the Shared Campus platform, Zurich University of the Arts, as part of one of the Summer Schools of CAMP notes on education:
Concerning the commoning aspect of this Summer School, approaches as by the feminist thinker Silvia Federici are negotiated. She identified commons as the shared goods and knowledges of deviant groups. A renewed thinking about the commons is linked to movements of self-organisation and resistance and is now inspiring, different cultural, artistic, and curatorial events. Can the art field introduce together with activist movements, the projection of living together in a communal way, sharing resources and knowledges?
Dada Trials to facial recognition: From the Dada trial of Maurice Barrès (1921) to facial recognition systems in the era of surveillance capitalism, the talk will denote the space and role of legal systems, and conclude by seeking ways in which to act.
You can find more information on the website of CAMP notes on education.
Hafenstraße 76, 34125 Kassel
Location: Hafenstraße 76, CAMP space