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Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art (SFSIA) is a nomadic, intensive summer academy with shifting programs in contemporary critical theory.

ALUMNI NEWS: Diogo Tudela's (LA '18 and Berlin '18) exhibition 'Collisions & Render Engines' poses a critique on media's...
06/05/2020

ALUMNI NEWS: Diogo Tudela's (LA '18 and Berlin '18) exhibition 'Collisions & Render Engines' poses a critique on media's role in the military-industrial-media-entertainment complex at MMuseu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea
http://sfsia.art/alumni-news/collisions-render-engines/

In these unexpected times, "Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism" could not be a more relevant topic, but it ...
05/05/2020

In these unexpected times, "Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism" could not be a more relevant topic, but it has become clear that we will not be able to move forward with our Berlin 2020 program as originally planned. However, we have decided to move the program online so look out for more information in the coming weeks! https://sfsia.art/

04/05/2020
SFSIA 2019 | Berlin - Stefano Harney

Stefano Harney "Habits of Assembly" at SFSIA Berlin '19.

Stefano Harney teaches at Singapore Management University in Singapore. With Fred Moten he wrote The Undercommons: fugitive planning and black study (2013) and…

ALUMNI NEWS: Jack Booth (Berlin '19) published an essay on 'Machine Reveries and the Possibility of Thought Beyond the H...
29/04/2020

ALUMNI NEWS: Jack Booth (Berlin '19) published an essay on 'Machine Reveries and the Possibility of Thought Beyond the Human Body' with Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design
http://sfsia.art/alumni-news/machine-reveries/

27/04/2020
SFSIA 2019 | Berlin - Lev Manovich

Lev Manovich "How to See a City? Media, Data, Visualization" on how 19th and 20th century writers, painters, photographers, filmmakers and media artists have created many different methods to represent city life and the everyday at SFSIA Berlin '19

Dr. Lev Manovich is one the leading theorists of digital culture worldwide, and a pioneer in application of data science for analysis of contemporary culture. Manovich…

ALUMNI NEWS: Elena Bajo (Faculty Berlin '16) was amongst a group of artists who created an exhibition across the streets...
22/04/2020

ALUMNI NEWS: Elena Bajo (Faculty Berlin '16) was amongst a group of artists who created an exhibition across the streets of Quito, Ecuador.
http://sfsia.art/alumni-news/stencils/

20/04/2020
SFSIA 2019 | Berlin - Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung

Dr. Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung (independent curator, author, biotechnologist, and founder and artistic director of SAVVY Contemporary) speaks about CARE at SFSIA Berlin '19 https://vimeo.com/394444850

Dr. Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung (born in 1977 in Yaoundé, Cameroon), is an independent curator, author and biotechnologist. He is founder and artistic…

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10.FACULTY Highlight —> E...
16/04/2020

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10.

FACULTY Highlight —> ERIC ALLIEZ (b. 1957) is a philosopher and Professor at University of Paris VIII. He has been a visiting professor at many universities worldwide and also taught (until recently) at The Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) at Kingston University London. His publications (in English) include: Capitalism: Concept, Idea, Image. Aspects of Marx’s Capital Today (ed., with P. Osborne and E.-J. Russel, London: Radical Philosophy Publishing, 2019), Wars and Capital (with M. Lazzarato, Los Angeles: Semiotext(e), 2018), Transdisciplinary Problematics (ed., with P. Osborne and S. Sandford, Theory, Culture and Society, Special Issue, 32 / 5–6, 2015), Spheres of Action: Art and Politics, (ed., with P. Osborne, London: Tate Publishing, 2013), Diagram 3000 [Words] (Documenta 13, N°090, Berlin: Hatje Cantz, 2012), and Capital Times (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1997, preface by G. Deleuze). Undoing the Image: Of Contemporary Art (with the collaboration of J.-Cl. Bonne, Falmouth: Urbanomic, 2018) is the last volume of a trilogy focused on a critique of aesthetics which also includes The Brain-Eye. New Histories of Modern Painting (with the collaboration of J.-Cl. Martin, London and New York: Rowman and Littlefield International, 2017) and La Pensée-Matisse [The Matisse-Thought] (co-authored with J.-Cl. Bonne, Paris: Le Passage, 2005).

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SFSIA 2020 | Berlin hosted by @spike_art_magazine
FACULTY: #EricAlliez #Marie-LuiseAngerer #AnjaBreljak #JulietaAranda #VittorioGallese #PazGuevara #MaurizioLazzarato #AlexTaek-GwangLee #BonaventureNdikung #WarrenNeidich #ClioNicastro #BenjaminNoys #HansUlrichObrist #AhmetÖgüt #AnaTeixeiraPinto #TobiasRees #SuelyRolnik #BarrySchwabsky #MarcusSteinweg – #SFSIA

ALUMNI NEWS: This past fall, Alexandra Stock (NYC '19) joined the curating board of Art D’Égypte and curated 'Reimagined...
15/04/2020

ALUMNI NEWS: This past fall, Alexandra Stock (NYC '19) joined the curating board of Art D’Égypte and curated 'Reimagined Narratives,' the third in a series of annual exhibitions held at different heritage sites across Cairo.
http://sfsia.art/alumni-news/reimagined-narratives/

"How Soon Is Now?" Daniel Pinchbeck on transforming consciousness and society in a time of ecocide at SFSIA NYC '19 http...
13/04/2020

"How Soon Is Now?" Daniel Pinchbeck on transforming consciousness and society in a time of ecocide at SFSIA NYC '19
https://vimeo.com/394396912

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10 (new date).FACULTY Hig...
09/04/2020

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10 (new date).

FACULTY Highlight —> CLIO NICASTRO teaches at Bard College Berlin and is currently affiliated with ICI Berlin. She studied Philosophy at the University of Palermo (Italy) where she completed her PhD in Aesthetics and Theory of Arts with a thesis on the notion of Denkraum der Besonnenheit in Aby Warburg, which she is in the process of adapting into a book. In 2015 she moved to Berlin as a DAAD postdoctoral fellow working on the German filmmaker Harun Farocki. From 2016-2018 she was a postdoctoral fellow at ICI Berlin Institute for Cultural Inquiry as part of the two-year program Errans in Time (2016-2018), where she carried out research on empathic temporality. She has published her work in academic volumes as well as in film and art journals. Amongst other topics, she has written on Harun Farocki, Philip Scheffner and Merle Kroeger, and Adelina Pintilie. In 2016, she co-founded together with Saima Akhtar and Rosa Barotsias the project In front of the Factory: Cinematic Spaces of Labour. From 2018 she has been co-curating together with Hannah Proctor and Nadine Hartmann the series of reading groups and screenings Spellbound (Diffrakt, Berlin), which aims to explore experiences of collective mental contagion such as fainting fits, possession, the mimetic aspects of both hysteria and eating disorders, the regimentation of gesture and trances.

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SFSIA 2020 | Berlin hosted by @spike_art_magazine
FACULTY: #EricAlliez #Marie-LuiseAngerer #AnjaBreljak #JulietaAranda #VittorioGallese #PazGuevara #MaurizioLazzarato #AlexTaek-GwangLee #BonaventureNdikung #WarrenNeidich #ClioNicastro #BenjaminNoys #HansUlrichObrist #AhmetÖgüt #AnaTeixeiraPinto #TobiasRees #SuelyRolnik #BarrySchwabsky #MarcusSteinweg – #SFSIA
(photo courtesy of Kuntsverein Dresden)

ALUMNI NEWS:  Seeing Color Pod by Zhiwan Cheung (Berlin '19) talks with cultural workers and artists of color 'to expand...
08/04/2020

ALUMNI NEWS: Seeing Color Pod by Zhiwan Cheung (Berlin '19) talks with cultural workers and artists of color 'to expand what is a predominantly white space in the arts.'
http://sfsia.art/alumni-news/seeing-color/

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10 (new date).FACULTY Hig...
07/04/2020

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10 (new date).

FACULTY Highlight —> AHMET ÖGÜT lives and works in Amsterdam and Berlin. Following Diyarbakir Fine Art High School, he completed his BA from the Fine Arts Faculty at Hacettepe University, Ankara, and MA from Art and Design Faculty at Yıldız Teknik University, Istanbul. He works across different media and has exhibited widely, more recently with solo presentations at YARAT Contemporary Art Space (2020), Merdiven Art Space (2019); Kunstverein Dresden (2018), Kunsthal Charlottenborg (2017), ALT Bomonti (2016), Chisenhale Gallery (2015); Berkeley Art Museum (2010); and Kunsthalle Basel (2008). He has also participated in numerous group exhibitions, including Zero Gravity at Nam SeMA, Seoul Museum of Art (2019); Echigo Tsumari Art Triennale (2018); the British Art Show 8 (2015-2017); the 13th Biennale de Lyon (2015); Performa 13, the Fifth Biennial of Visual Art Performance, New York (2013); the 7th Liverpool Biennial (2012); the 12th Istanbul Biennial (2011); the New Museum Triennial, New York (2009); and the 5th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art (2008). Öğüt was awarded the Visible Award for the Silent University (2013); the special prize of the Future Generation Art Prize, Pinchuk Art Centre, Ukraine (2012); the De Volkskrant Beeldende Kunst Prijs 2011, Netherlands; and the Kunstpreis Europas Zukunft, Museum of Contemporary Art, Germany (2010). He co-represented Turkey at the 53rdVenice Biennale (2009).

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SFSIA 2020 | Berlin hosted by @spike_art_magazine
FACULTY: #EricAlliez #Marie-LuiseAngerer #AnjaBreljak #JulietaAranda #VittorioGallese #PazGuevara #MaurizioLazzarato #AlexTaek-GwangLee #BonaventureNdikung #WarrenNeidich #ClioNicastro #BenjaminNoys #HansUlrichObrist #AhmetÖgüt #AnaTeixeiraPinto #TobiasRees #SuelyRolnik #BarrySchwabsky #MarcusSteinweg – #SFSIA
(photo courtesy of Kuntsverein Dresden)

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10 (new date).FACULTY Hig...
02/04/2020

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10 (new date).

FACULTY Highlight —> PAZ GUEVARA is a curator, researcher and author. Currently she works at Haus der Kulturen der Welt – HKW in Berlin, Germany, where she collaborates in the long-term project Kanon-Fragen that questions the dominant cultural narratives and for which she curated Afro-Sonic Mapping: Tracing Aural Histories via Sonic Transmigrations (2019) and co-curated Parapolitics: Cultural Freedom and the Cold War (2017-18). She has also contributed at HKW to the public programs of A History of Limits (2016), Past Disquiet (2016), Love and Ethnology (2019) and De-Centering Narratives (2019). In 2011 and 2013, she co-curated the Latin American Pavilion at the 54th and 55th Venice Biennale. She has written extensively on contemporary artistic practices. Most recently, she has published conversations with Elicura Chihuailaf (NIRIN NGAAY, Biennale of Sydney, 2020), Marcela Moraga (Villa Romana, Florence, 2020) and Marco Montiel-Soto (Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno, Spain, 2019). Guevara lectures on exhibition histories and curatorial practice at the IED Istituto Europeo di Design in Venice.

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SFSIA 2020 | Berlin hosted by @spike_art_magazine
FACULTY: #EricAlliez #Marie-LuiseAngerer #AnjaBreljak #JulietaAranda #VittorioGallese #PazGuevara #MaurizioLazzarato #AlexTaek-GwangLee #BonaventureNdikung #WarrenNeidich #ClioNicastro #BenjaminNoys #HansUlrichObrist #AhmetÖgüt #AnaTeixeiraPinto #TobiasRees #SuelyRolnik #BarrySchwabsky #MarcusSteinweg – #SFSIA

ALUMNI NEWS: 'First We Feast' a documentary essay on the life and backgrounds of German-Filipino women by Alice Sarmient...
01/04/2020

ALUMNI NEWS: 'First We Feast' a documentary essay on the life and backgrounds of German-Filipino women by Alice Sarmiento (NYC ’19) for Akademie Schloss Solitude 📷by Adi Zufall
http://sfsia.art/alumni-news/first-we-feast/

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10 (new date).FACULTY Hig...
31/03/2020

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10 (new date).

FACULTY Highlight —> ALEX TAEK-GWANG LEE is a professor of cultural studies at Kyung Hee University in South Korea and a visiting professor at Jamia Millia Islamia University in India. He is a member of the advisory board for The International Deleuze Studies in Asia, one of the founding members of Asia Theory Network (ATN), and a director of Global Center for Technology in Humanities. He has written extensively on French and German philosophy and its non-Western reception, Korean cinema, popular culture, art, and politics. He has also organised a radical reading group, “Kyungsung Com,” and recently launched the Global Network of Critical Postmedia Studies. In 2013, he held The Idea of Communism Conference in Seoul with Alain Badiou and Slavoj Zizek and edited the volume of The Idea of Communism 3.

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SFSIA 2020 | Berlin hosted by @spike_art_magazine
FACULTY: #EricAlliez #Marie-LuiseAngerer #AnjaBreljak #JulietaAranda #VittorioGallese #PazGuevara #MaurizioLazzarato #AlexTaek-GwangLee #BonaventureNdikung #WarrenNeidich #ClioNicastro #BenjaminNoys #HansUlrichObrist #AhmetÖgüt #AnaTeixeiraPinto #TobiasRees #SuelyRolnik #BarrySchwabsky #MarcusSteinweg – #SFSIA

'What can art and culture bring to the intelligence dilemma?' Yann Moulier-Boutang on cognitive capitalism at SFSIA NYC ...
30/03/2020

'What can art and culture bring to the intelligence dilemma?' Yann Moulier-Boutang on cognitive capitalism at SFSIA NYC '19
https://vimeo.com/373920245

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10 (new date).FACULTY Hig...
26/03/2020

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10 (new date).

FACULTY Highlight —> SUELY ROLNIK is a Brazilian psychoanalyst, writer, and full professor at Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (since 1979), where she founded the Subjectivity Studies Centre (Ph.D Program on Clinical Psychology). Her research is dedicated to micropolitics, the sphere where the existential consistency of a regime is produced. Her main focus is the dominant mode of subjectivation under what she calls “the colonial-racializing-capitalistic unconscious regime.” Her translated books in German or English include: Zombie Anthropophagie. Zur neoliberalen Subjektivität. (Turia + Kant: Vienna/Berlin, 2018), Archive Mania (Hatje Cantz/Documenta 13, 2011) and The Spheres of Insurrection: Suggestions for Combating the Pimping of Life forthcoming in English (Verso Books: NY). She co-authored (with Félix Guattari), Molecular Revolution in Brazil (Semiotext: NY, 2006). She is the creator of the Archive for a Work-Event, on the Brazilian artist Lygia Clark’s oeuvre (65 film interviews), and a founder member of the South Conceptualisms Network, today including more than sixty Latin American researchers on conceptual artistic practices that took place in the continent during the 1960s and 70s.

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SFSIA 2020 | Berlin hosted by Spike Art Magazine
FACULTY: #EricAlliez #Marie-LuiseAngerer #AnjaBreljak #JulietaAranda #VittorioGallese #PazGuevara #MaurizioLazzarato #AlexTaek-GwangLee #BonaventureNdikung #WarrenNeidich #ClioNicastro #BenjaminNoys #HansUlrichObrist #AhmetÖgüt #AnaTeixeiraPinto #TobiasRees #SuelyRolnik #BarrySchwabsky #MarcusSteinweg – #SFSIA

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10 (new date).FACULTY Hig...
24/03/2020

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due May 10 (new date).

FACULTY Highlight —> DR. BONAVENTURE SOH BEJENG NDIKUNG (born in 1977 in Yaoundé, Cameroon), is an independent curator, author and biotechnologist. He is the founder and artistic director of SAVVY Contemporary Berlin. He was curator-at-large for documenta 14 in Athens and Kassel, artistic director of the 12th Rencontres de Bamako 2019, a biennale for African photography in Mali, as well as guest curator of the 2018 Dak'Art Biennale in Senegal. Together with the Miracle Workers Collective, he curated the Finland Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2019, and is artistic director of Sonsbeek 2020-2024, a quadrennial contemporary art exhibition in Arnhem, the Netherlands. He was a guest professor in curatorial studies and sound art at the Städelschule in Frankfurt, and is also a recipient of the first OCAD University International Curators Residency fellowship in Toronto in 2020.

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SFSIA 2020 | Berlin hosted by Spike Art Magazine
FACULTY: #EricAlliez #Marie-LuiseAngerer #AnjaBreljak #JulietaAranda #VittorioGallese #PazGuevara #MaurizioLazzarato #AlexTaek-GwangLee #BonaventureNdikung #WarrenNeidich #ClioNicastro #BenjaminNoys #HansUlrichObrist #AhmetÖgüt #AnaTeixeiraPinto #TobiasRees #SuelyRolnik #BarrySchwabsky #MarcusSteinweg – #SFSIA

Martha Schwendener on "Why technical images?" at SFSIA NYC '19: States of Consciousness in Cognitive Capitalismhttps://v...
23/03/2020

Martha Schwendener on "Why technical images?" at SFSIA NYC '19: States of Consciousness in Cognitive Capitalism
https://vimeo.com/375452708

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due April 26 (new date).FACULTY H...
19/03/2020

SFSIA | Berlin 2020. July 8-24. “Care, Caring and Repair in Cognitive Capitalism” Apps due April 26 (new date).

FACULTY Highlight —> BENJAMIN NOYS is Professor of Critical Theory at the University of Chichester (UK). His books include The Persistence of the Negative (2010) and Malign Velocities (2014). Currently, he is researching neurosis, a critique of vitalism, and working on an editorial project on the writings of Georges Bataille for the journal Critique.

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SFSIA 2020 | Berlin hosted by Spike Art Magazine
FACULTY: #EricAlliez #Marie-LuiseAngerer #AnjaBreljak #JulietaAranda #VittorioGallese #PazGuevara #MaurizioLazzarato #AlexTaek-GwangLee #BonaventureNdikung #WarrenNeidich #ClioNicastro #BenjaminNoys #HansUlrichObrist #AhmetÖgüt #AnaTeixeiraPinto #TobiasRees #SuelyRolnik #BarrySchwabsky #MarcusSteinweg – #SFSIA

@alvanoe asks 'Why do we see so little, given how much there is to see? Why are we so blind?' at SFSIA NYC '19  https://...
16/03/2020

@alvanoe asks 'Why do we see so little, given how much there is to see? Why are we so blind?' at SFSIA NYC '19 https://vimeo.com/366962202

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