Past

21.–24.09.2017

Shift Register at AND Festival (UK)

Shift Register at the Abandon Normal Devices Festival with a further iteration of the project’s Earth Observatory Array Element series.

10.09.2017

Shift Register Shifts Ars Electronica Into Chemiepark

Shift Register heads to Linz for a discussion and walk.

03.–05.09.2017

Earth Observation Source

Call for participation in the next workshop of Shift Register’s Earth Observatory Array series in Finland.

16.06.–31.08.2017

WINDOWS

An installation in the front window of a computer retail store in Basel. 16 artists were invited to design a software box for our contemporary digital era.

14.–15.07.2017

Echoes of Eco at Documenta 14

Two walks in Athens by the publishing collective continent. on the subject of economic and ecological interactions.

28.06.2017

Life is Good for Now at NODE17

Screening and discussion with Bernd Hopfengärtner and IXDM’s Ludwig Zeller.

21.06.2017

3D Modeling by Means of Photogrammetry

FHNW researcher Wissam Wahbeh will share his experiences in working with photogrammetry in architecture and archaeology.

05.05.–10.06.2017

wastescapes

An audio walk by the research team of Times of Waste, part of their upcoming exhibition in Basel.

07.06.2017

The Materiality of Fluids

By example of bodily fluids, Barbara Orland talks about epistemological transitions of the ways we think about materiality.

24.05.2017

The IdIoT

Delfina Fantini van Ditmar talks about her design research investigations into the algorithmic logics of “smart” technologies.

11.02.–14.05.2017

Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine.

Susanna Hertrich’s work among others at Vitra Design Museum’s exhibition on robotics.

10.05.2017

The ‘Creativity Cage’

Judith Nyfeler on fashion firms between routine and re-enchantment.

08.05.2017

Ecologies, Econo­mies, Creativity & Crisis

A lecture by Jamie Allen at swissnex China in Shanghai.

29.–30.04.2017

Tokyo Earth Observatory Array Workshop

A two-day workshop in Japan as part of the research project Shift Register.

12.04.2017

Elusive Earths

Lorenzo Cirrincione & Jennifer Teets present their ongoing series of works around the cultural imaginaries of rare clays, soils, and earths.

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