Academy Award® nominee James Spione is an independent filmmaker based in New York City.
Dick Reckard hangs around at the bordering territories between politics, technology and art.
Vera Tollmann studied Applied Cultural Science and Practical Aesthetics at the University of Hildesheim and Cultural Studies at the John Moores University in Liverpool.
Alexandra Cárdenas is a composer, programmer and improviser.
Catherine Lenoble explores ways of reading and writing in present time.
Open Workshop. In this double workshop, Henry Warwick and Telekommunisten will demonstrate their projects, DATAFIELD and deadSwap respectively.
Open hands-on workshop. How could we undertake a process of ‘commoning the networks’ to co-create and share knowledge, as a form of resistance against the neoliberal understanding of productive labour?
Discussion. The ‘off.networks’ mailing list started as an attempt to bring together researchers, activists and artists that work on the idea of an offline network, operating outside the Internet.
During one day of the festival, students from the Weißensee Academy of Art develop a social sculpture in the cafe stage of the HKW.
Workgroup Discussion. Would a collective “Glossary of Subsumption" be a meaningful way for registering enclosures and subsumptions in our hypermodern present?