Monthly Archives: November 2016

Distributive Numbers

Many of us are still recovering from the recent US presidential election campaign. Arguably, the election results mark not only the crisis of American politics, but an entire epistemo-political paradigm that includes politicians, journalists, and opinion polling companies alike. It … Continue reading

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Baroque and digital dis/orders

On the 4th November we’ll continue our collective exploration of baroque modes of knowing by going on a field trip to Mannheim, to the ‘Nur schöner schein?‘ exhibition. Between the 17th and the 19th November we’ll then perform a digital switch … Continue reading

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