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Alison Sperling, Emiliano Guaraldo & Marco Malvestio

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https://tu-berlin.zoom.us/j/69664981987?pwd=cEZEQmxCam5JMDNHbkEwb1dxQU5SQT09

PW: 066171

As planetary modeling and visualization techniques advance, their effects extend beyond scientific knowledge production pervading the social and cultural domains of life. Alison Sperling (Assistant Professor at Florida State University), Marco Malvestio ( Assistant Professor at University of Padua) and Emiliano Guaraldo (Postdoctoral Researcher at Ca' Foscari University Venice) joins us for a discussion on the critical significance of data extraction and scenario making as they shape social perceptions of the planet’s futures and humanity’s presence, or absence, within them. This process becomes particularly relevant in light of the Anthropocene paradigm and the many narratives challenging, expanding, and recentering this proposed “epoch of man”.

The event takes place in our studio + livestream and is open to all.

Curated by Federico Zurani

Livestream through Zoom

https://tu-berlin.zoom.us/j/69664981987?pwd=cEZEQmxCam5JMDNHbkEwb1dxQU5SQT09

PW: 066171

As planetary modeling and visualization techniques advance, their effects extend beyond scientific knowledge production pervading the social and cultural domains of life. Alison Sperling (Assistant Professor at Florida State University), Marco Malvestio ( Assistant Professor at University of Padua) and Emiliano Guaraldo (Postdoctoral Researcher at Ca' Foscari University Venice) joins us for a discussion on the critical significance of data extraction and scenario making as they shape social perceptions of the planet’s futures and humanity’s presence, or absence, within them. This process becomes particularly relevant in light of the Anthropocene paradigm and the many narratives challenging, expanding, and recentering this proposed “epoch of man”.

The event takes place in our studio + livestream and is open to all.

Curated by Federico Zurani

Marco Malvestio

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Matteo Pasquinelli: The Eye of the Master. A Social History of Artificial Intelligence. Verso Books, 2023, ISBN: 978-1-78873-006-8

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Emiliano Guaraldo

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Alison Sperling

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Alison Sperling, Emiliano Guaraldo & Marco Malvestio

Where

Studio

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Alison Sperling, Marco Malvestio and Emiliano Guaraldo joins us for a discussion on the critical significance of data extraction and scenario making as they shape social perceptions of the planet’s futures and humanity’s presence, or absence, within them.

Livestream through Zoom

https://tu-berlin.zoom.us/j/69664981987?pwd=cEZEQmxCam5JMDNHbkEwb1dxQU5SQT09

PW: 066171

As planetary modeling and visualization techniques advance, their effects extend beyond scientific knowledge production pervading the social and cultural domains of life. Alison Sperling (Assistant Professor at Florida State University), Marco Malvestio ( Assistant Professor at University of Padua) and Emiliano Guaraldo (Postdoctoral Researcher at Ca' Foscari University Venice) joins us for a discussion on the critical significance of data extraction and scenario making as they shape social perceptions of the planet’s futures and humanity’s presence, or absence, within them. This process becomes particularly relevant in light of the Anthropocene paradigm and the many narratives challenging, expanding, and recentering this proposed “epoch of man”.

The event takes place in our studio + livestream and is open to all.

Curated by Federico Zurani

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New Practice in Art and Technology - Find out what's on, who we are, our studio, research + study programme. Don't miss: journal / 3021 project space & loops event series.