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December 11, 2014

Spring 2015 seminar season

The New Centre for Research & Practice
Patricia Reed, Perfect Present, 2013. Modified industrial clock, 30 cm diameter. Photo: Cassander Eeftinck Schattenkerk. Courtesy of Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art. © Patricia Reed, 2014.

Ecologize knowledge & shape the future
We are excited to announce the spring 2015 curricula for The New Centre for Research & Practice.

Following a successful fall 2014 season with nearly 200 participants engaged in groundbreaking arts and sciences research via our digital pedagogy platforms, we now look forward to an expanded lineup of 17 seminars, as well as our newly added Media & Technology program.

Apply for a certificate
Develop a plan of study towards realizing your projects. Work closely with your advisor in a directed studies setting to guide your progress through your certificate requirements. Earn a graduate-level certificate in one of five programs, to enhance and complement your MA & PhD degrees:

Art & Curatorial Practice
Critical Philosophy
Media & Technology
Social & Political Thought
Transdisciplinary Research & Practice

Enroll in our seminars
Connect and work with instructors on specific research projects. Work out the ramifications of your own concepts while receiving feedback from instructors, guest speakers, and others participating in the seminar. Prepare your research for output as you complete the seminar requirements. And, if you prefer a less engaged approach, audit our seminars.

Become a member
Take part in the democratic shaping of The New Centre’s future. Access our video archives. Audit our live seminars. Join our research working groups. Initiate or participate in our collective publishing projects. Post your announcements on our email list, social media outlets and website. Attend our Summer Program at a lower rate. And, more importantly, expand our capacity to offer affordable graduate-level seminars and certificates.

Become a friend of The New Centre
Receive a lifetime membership with full archive and live audit access. Enroll in one free seminar annually. Help The New Centre by securing us with a solid financial foundation.

 

Seminars

January 11–March 1
Reza Negarestani
New Rationalism: The Shape of Systems to Come / Reason & Time (two-credit seminar)

January 12–February 2
George Ciccariello-Maher
Building the Commune: Insurgent Government, Communal State”

January 29–February 19
John Bova
“Philosophy & Mathematics I: Consequences of Diagonalization”

February 17–March 10
Matteo Pasquinelli
“Capital as Computation & Cognition: From Babbage’s Factory to Google’s Algorithmic Governance”

February 9–March 2
Carlos M. Amador
“Global Politics of the Anthropocene”

February 26–March 19
Peter Wolfendale
“Reintroduction to Metaphysics II: Method & Practice”

March 8–April 26
Nick Land
“Bitcoin & Philosophy” (two-credit seminar)

March 14 and 28, April 11 and 25
Ben Woodard and Tony Yanick
“Hyperstition & The New Weird II: Fictional Worlds & Possible Futures”

March 17–April 7
Mani Nilchiani
“Internet as a Platform, Programming as a Medium”

March 18–April 8
Tom McGlynn
“Aesthetics of the Generic and Non-Event”

March 27–April 17
Levi Bryant
“The Anarchy of Objects: Onto-Cartography”

March 30–April 20
Diann Bauer and Patricia Reed
“Art & its Reason(s): Retooling the Horizons of Practice”

April 29–May 20
Mohammad Salemy
“Curatorial Practice II: Curating the Future”

April 29–May 11
David Roden
“Posthuman Life I: Humanism Unbound”

April 24–May 15
Katerina Kolozova
“Cut of the Real: Non-Philosophy & the Question of Subjectivity”

April 27–May 18
Julieta Aranda
“Artist Writing/Artistic Production: The Perspective of Perspective (A World Mediated by a Faulty Image of the World)”

May 3–May 24
Nick Srnicek
“Marx & Technology”

 

Board of Directors
Julieta Aranda (e-flux), Paul Levi Bryant (Collin College), Lucca Fraser (Jan van Eyck Academie), Amy Ireland (University of New South Wales), Michaeleen Kelly (Aquinas College), Suhail Malik (Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College/Goldsmiths University of London), Patricia Reed (Aesthetic Management), and Laura Wexler (Yale University/FemTechNet)

Organizing Committee
Jason Adams (Kendall College of Art & Design), Mohammad Salemy (DADABASE NYC) and Tony Yanick (University of Glasgow)

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