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11.07.2022 • 18:00 – 20:00
Eisenhower Room 1.314 IG-Farben Building
Abigail De Kosnik: Imagining Futurity through Fandom and Piracy
The public online talk by our Mercator Fellow Abigail De Kosnik will take place on Monday, July 11, 2022.
27.06.2022 • 18:00 – 20:00
Eisenhower Room 1.314 IG-Farben Building
Michelle Cho: ’RM for President’: Rethinking Soft Power in the Era of K-populism
The public online talk by our Mercator Fellow Michelle Cho will take place on Monday, June 27, 2022.
29.11.2021 • 18:00 – 20:00
Online Lecture
Leen Engelen: The Panoramic Image: Principles, Projects and Projections
Mercator Fellow Leen Engelen held a virtual lecture on "The Panoramic Image" on Monday, November 29, 2021.
15.06.2021 • 18:00 – 20:00
Online Lecture
Haidee Wasson: Portable Film Formats. Histories of a Dynamic Interface
Mercator Fellow Haidee Wasson held a virtual lecture on "Portable Film Formats. Histories of a Dynamic Interface" on June 15, at 6pm (CET).
29.03.2021 • 18:00 – 20:00
Online Lecture
Ulrike Bergermann: Property. Colonial Histories and Messages to the Future
Our Mercator Fellow Ulrike Bergermann held a virtual lecture on "Property. Colonial Histories and Messages to the Future" on March 29th at 6pm (CET).
14.12.2020 • 18:00 – 20:00
Online Lecture
Rebecca Schneider: Shoaling in the Sea of History: Africans Who Fly and the Aesthetics of More-Than-Human Possibility
Mer­ca­tor Fellow Rebecca Schneider will hold a vir­tual lec­ture on "Shoaling in the Sea of History: Africans Who Fly and the Aesthetics of More-Than-Human Possibility" on Decem­ber 14, 2020, 6pm.
23.11.2020 • 18:00 – 20:00
Online Lecture
Shane Denson: Post-Cinematic Bodies
Mercator Fellow Shane Denson held a virtual lecture on "post-cinematic bodies" on November 23, 2020.
24.09.2020 – 26.09.2020
online conference
Histories of Tacit Cinematic Knowledge
The conference aims to explore the groundwork for theorizing implicit epistemic templates configured by film forms and techniques. It is an attempt to expose inconspicuous cinematic performers shaping daily activities and modes of observation, especially where one least expects to encounter films.
10.02.2020 • 18:00 – 20:00
Room 7.214 of the IG-Farben Building
Edmond (Edo) Ernest dit Alban: From Moving Images to Pedestrian Cultures. Recycling Practices in the Japanese Anime Industry
On February 10, Edmond (Edo) Ernest dit Alban will give a talk on "Recycling Practices in the Japanese Anime Industry," raising the question what happens when the mobility of moving images joins the daily pedestrian motion of fan communities?
05.02.2020 • 19:00
MUSEUM MMK FÜR MODERNE KUNST, MUSEUM MMK, Domstraße 10
Joshua Simon: Metastability
On February 5, author and curator Joshua Simon will give a talk on "Metastability" at the MUSEUM MMK FÜR MODERNE KUNST.
16.12.2019 • 18:00 – 20:00
Room 7.312 of the IG-Farben Building
Dan Streible: Orphan Film Historiography. Newsreel Outtakes as Source and Method
On December 16, 2019 Dan Streible (NYU Cinema Studies / Orphan Film Symposium) will give a talk on "Orphan Film Historiography: Newsreel Outtakes as Source and Method."
25.11.2019 • 18:00 – 20:00
Room 7.214 of the IG-Farben Building
Zach Blas: Informatic Opacity and The Cage of Information
On November 25, 2019 our Mercator Fellow Zach Blas will give a public talk on "Informatic Opacity and The Cage of Information."
29.10.2019 – 31.10.2019
Mousonturm | Waldschmidtstraße 4, Frankfurt am Main
Godard (Rolle) – Le livre d’image (Bildbuch) | DISCUSSION/FILM/INSTALLATION
The Graduiertenkolleg invites you to a special audiovisual installation of Jean-Luc Godard’s latest film Le livre d’image.
21.10.2019 – 27.01.2020
Media and Film Room in the IG-Farben Building
Magnifying Mondays 2019/2020
The Graduiertenkolleg “Configurations of Film” invites you to take part in our screening series “Magnifying Mondays”.
09.10.2019 – 11.10.2019
Concordia University
Playback: Genealogies of Interactivity
Goethe University's Graduiertenkolleg “Configurations of Film” is co-organizing the Symposium "Playback: Genealogies of Interactivity" with Concordia University in Montreal.
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