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<nettime> (re)programming series - last episode

Dear friends,

join us at the last encounter of the series and participate to the live chat:


(re)programming – Strategies for Self-Renewal
Curated and conducted by Marta Peirano
February–November 2021

(re)programming: Accountability
How to Tell

With Eyal Weizman

Monday, 15 November 2021 at 7 PM CET

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Truth is hardly making it under an information ecosystem defined by speed, exploitation, opacity and inequality. But journalism is not in danger, it is just happening somewhere else.

In the last event of the (re)programming series, Eyal Weizman, founder of the research agency Forensic Architecture, will discuss the new genre of journalistic procedurals and a community of practice that, under the moniker Investigative Commons, seeks to confront the disinformation machine of “counter-factual” neo-fascist groups by socializing the development and deployment of “counter-forensic” evidence.

Eyal Weizman is a Professor of Spatial and Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London and a member of the Technology Advisory Board of the International Criminal Court and the Centre for Investigative Journalism. In 2019 he was elected life fellow of the British Academy and appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire in the 2020 New Year Honours for services to architecture. He is the author of more than fifteen books with numerous international translations, including Hollow Land (2007) on the architecture of the Israeli occupation, Mengele's Skull (2012) on the birth of a forensic approach to understanding war crimes, and Forensic Architecture (2017) as a call for transformative politics and an in-depth introduction to the history, practices and double binds of the eponymous research agency.


Special guests: Matevž Čelik, Marko Peljhan, Urška Henigman


About the series
The tenth edition of Tactics & Practice: (re)programming is a festival of conversations with world-class thinkers in crucial disciplines that discuss the ways in which we can repair our thought and behavioural patterns in order to keep us collectively safe. The program is led and curated online by Marta Peirano. Watch previous episodes:

- Kim Stanley Robinson: Trigger: What Does it Take to Change the Future?
- Benjamin Bratton: Infrastructure: An Alternative Earth
- Holly Jean Buck: Energy: Can We Repair the Climate?
- Anab Jain: Interdependence: Post-Human Politics
- Kate Crawford: AI: Better Machines for Better Humans
- Joana Moll: The Cloud: Everything is Not Connected
- Astra Taylor: Community: Talk to Your Neighbours

Organised and produced by: Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana
In partnership with: Kino Šiška – Centre for Urban Culture
For the series: Tactics & Practice
In the framework of: konS – Platform for Contemporary Investigative Art

The project konS – Platform for Contemporary Investigative Art was chosen on the public call for the selection of the operations “Network of Investigative Art and Culture Centres”. The investment is co-financed by the Republic of Slovenia and by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union.

Outreach partners: Disruption Network Lab, Drugo more, FILE – Electronic Language, International Festival, Furtherfield, La Gaîté Lyrique, IMPAKT [Centre for Media Culture], The Influencers, Institute of Network Cultures, Interface Cultures | Kunstuniversität Linz, MKC Maribor, Neural, ∏Node, Založba Sophia, Supermarkt, We Make Money Not Art.



Marcela Okretič

Aksioma | Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana

Jakopičeva 11, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia


Aksioma | Project Space

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