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June 6, 2016

A lecture at Aarhus University in the Future series which takes up the Berlin Mosse lecture in a much more vivid form through diagrams and improvisations and followed by discussion with Isabelle Stengers and Danish anthropologists.

Politics
April 19, 2016

Designer like the catalog by the master designer Donato Ricci, the field book is indispensable to follow step by step each of the six procedures of the show Reset Modernity! opened Friday 15th of April. In case it is not available in a paper form on the site, you need to dowload it on your mobile. If you cannot visit the show, it gives you an idea of the logic of the show and of the works assembled.
You can use the @AIMEproject twitter link to add elements to the virtual visit of the show.

April 18, 2016

Warning: after 6 years SPEAP continues with a new formula:
Admission Procedure 2016-17

What is SPEAP?
The Experimental Program in Political Arts (SPEAP) is a one-year Master of the School of Public Affairs for mi-career professionals with at least 4 year of professional experience. The program is a full-time curriculum designed for young professionals (artists, architects, designers, academics, public servants, managers, researchers, administrators, activists, curators…) who wish to enhance their skills, to deepen their education or to give a new momentum to their...

April 12, 2016

The AIME team and the students of SPEAP make a special effort for the week to organize a virtual visit of Reset Modernity! and the other shows at ZKM through the twitter links.

March 23, 2016

The catalogue is now completed and sent to the printer. The Table of Contents is accessible and here is the beautiful cover. The book has been designed by Donato Ricci with the same type font as the AIME book and site. 

March 2, 2016

With special permission of professor Zheltova-Eberle, this is a translation of a piece aboout the use of Tolstoy' War and Peace in BL's treatment of Pasteur. Translated from Russian and unpublished in English.

"In 2015 «Pasteur: guerre et paix des microbes suivi de Irréductions» by Bruno Latour came out in Russian language . The title of the book evidently contains the name of the famous Tolstoy’s novel “War and peace” and the numerous references in the book prove that “War and peace” has been important for Latour’s thinking. But what particular thoughts of Tolstoy are valuable for...

February 6, 2016

After Iconoclash in 2002 and Making Things Public in 2005, Reset Modernity! an exhibition that continues the AIME project (An Inquiry into Modes of Existence) will open in Karlsruhe, at the ZKM.

January 10, 2016

Formerly, we used to enjoy ‘splendid weather’ or put up with a ‘lousy climate’. But in recent months we’ve found ourselves on the receiving end of some ‘awfully splendid’ weather. What is true of the weather is also true of politics. Is it possible tro draw a triangle which opens up another vector to orient ourselves. (the piece in French -Le Monde 13-01-2016- has been kindly translated by Timothy Howles and Terence Blake)
 
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December 21, 2015

An exhibition at ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe
Run time: April 15 – August 21, 2016
Opening: April 15, 2016
Curators: Bruno Latour, Donato Ricci, Martin Guinard-Terrin & Christophe Leclercq
Scenography: Critical Media Lab (Institute of Experimental Design and Media Cultures Academy of Art and Design FHNW Basel): Jamie Allen, Paolo Patelli, Claudia Mareis, Moritz Greiner-Petter, Johannes Bruder, Flavia Caviezel, Carola Giannone, Deborah Tchoudjinoff
A catalog at MIT-Press, editors Bruno Latour and Christophe Leclercq
In cooperation with...

November 22, 2015

What is so discouraging about the terrorist acts is that our discussion of what motivated the operations is as insane as the acts themselves. With each attack of this nature, we restage the grand war drama, the nation in peril and the protector-state purporting to rise up against barbarity. This is what states do, we say: we should have a basic expectation of security, and the state should have the means to provide it. End of story.
But what makes the current situation so much more dismaying is that the crimes committed on 13 November have occurred within a few days of another event...