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Import Projects Import Projects is a curatorial initiative that is committed to the problematics of the networked era and the artists who address it.
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We are living through a technological revolution that is profoundly altering society, ecology, and even subjectivity. Contemporary artists must attempt to reflect upon and critique the texture of these changes, offer daring insights into our relationship with them, and imagine alternatives. The most relevant artistic practices of today forge new languages as they pursue these tasks. Import Projects is a curatorial initiative founded in 2012 that is committed to the problematics of the networked era and the artists who address it. We champion a mixture of emerging and established artists, from Germany and the rest of the world. Wherever possible, we pursue collaborations with other non-profit initiatives.

Considering COVID19 concerns - 1 step in a decentralised directionTRACING APP German government reconsidered 🤹 Thanks to...
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Considering COVID19 concerns - 1 step in a decentralised direction

TRACING APP German government reconsidered 🤹

Thanks to the unconditional efforts of the #CCC Europes largest group of (ethical) hackers https://www.ccc.de/en/

Find out more:
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/04/26/germany-changes-track-contact-tracing-app-privacy-concerns/

https://logbuch-netzpolitik.de/lnp338-corona-tracking-app

https://www.tagesschau.de/inland/coronavirus-app-107.html?fbclid=IwAR2xftEyCvbUK12NYqlBPCoJo8K8wg0lWI1RPgYIHFlG9vRyT1GMv14jXIA

https://www.ccc.de/en/updates/2020/corona-tracing-app-offener-brief-an-bundeskanzleramt-und-gesundheitsminister

#youarenotagadget #research #factcheck #openletters #dontgiveup #informedcommunication #communicationisthekey #bundeskanzleramt

The Chaos Computer Club e. V. (CCC) is Europe's largest association of hackers. For more than thirty years we are providing information about technical and societal issues, such as surveillance, privacy, freedom of information, hacktivism, data security and many other interesting things around techn...

💌5 tickets for Leadership Festival💌"What leadership do we need in these times?"🔥🔥🔥This is the question that will be disc...
28/09/2019
Leadership Festival 2019 I Berlin

💌5 tickets for Leadership Festival💌

"What leadership do we need in these times?"
🔥🔥🔥
This is the question that will be discussed at the Leadership Festival from 3.10. - 5.10. in Berlin and from 05.10. to 06.10. in Rothenklempenow.

Further information here: www.leadershipfestival.com

The Regional Centre of Expertise on ESD RCE Stettiner Haff www.rce-stettinerhaff.eu, which is located in Rothenklempenow, is giving away 5 tickets for the Leadership Festival as a call for Actionsforfuture.

Participate in the raffle!

Write a sentence about
"What kind of leadership do we need today".

by Monday, 30 September by e-mail to:

[email protected]

A place where trailblazers co-create leadership paradigm(s) of the future.

Our co-founder Anja Henckel is part of the core team of Leadership Festival and this could be a moment to be in exchange...
15/08/2019
Call for Papers | Leadership Festival 2019 I Berlin

Our co-founder Anja Henckel is part of the core team of Leadership Festival and this could be a moment to be in exchange with some of you again.

Sharing this CALL FOR PAPERS — submit by August 31

Or if you’d like to be part of it anyway, just a note that the ticket prices include catering and travel + accommodation for final day in the countryside.

If you are thinking of a team of people to join, get in touch for a custom arrangement.

https://www.leadershipfestival.com/call-for-papers

LSF is a carefully developed & highly vibrant event, gathering global visionaries, co-creating the new paradigm(s) of leadership and the road from the now to the future.

It is an end-to-end experience. When joining, prepare to be there from minute one (Thursday, October 3 at 3pm) to the last moments together (in Berlin: Saturday, October 5 at 5pm). Conclude the LSF 2019 journey by traveling with us from the city to the countryside. The full experience ends on Sunday, October 6 at 6pm in Rothenklempenow.

We often hear you ask "How does it look like in the every-day?" We want to dive deeper into the search with you, into SEEING the ecosystem around us and appreciating what is being done already. We know rich answers to the HOW are scattered like bread-crumbs across the globe. We call on the hive brai...

Import Projects's cover photo
22/06/2019

Import Projects's cover photo

A wonderful and important project is establishing in the North East of Germany - and we are part of it.Rothenklempenow i...
29/05/2019

A wonderful and important project is establishing in the North East of Germany - and we are part of it.

Rothenklempenow is about 1.5h by train or 2h by car.

Join us on Friday for to see, smell, feel and listen to what great people have in mind for a possible transformation of agriculture and the system that we know.

We can promise insights and good fun of course shall not be missing when tackling such seemingly heavy topics.

Come and see for yourself.

Vorfreude auf Freitag, 31.Mai
Weltacker 2000m2 in Rothenklempenow

tagsüber zwischen 11-15Uhr
gibt es Programm auf dem Weltacker, Spaß für alle

Auf 2000m2 wird im Dorf Rothenklempenow, dem Sitz der BioBoden Genossenschaft und der Höfegemeinschaft Pommern, von A wie Ackerbohne bis Z wie Zucchini diverse Kulturen der globalen Anbaufläche angelegt.

Die Besucher können erleben wie groß 2000 m² sind und erfahren was wir auf der Welt prozentual anbauen und verbrauchen,

von 19-20 Uhr
Wird die Halle am Weltacker gefüllt

Vollehalle, die Klimashow, die Mut macht

Was kann man ALLEINE schon gegen den Klimawandel tun? Lasst uns unterhalten und unterhalten werden. Anstatt Frust am Klimawandel.

Danach lassen wir den Abend ausklingen mit dem OSTMOST Party Bus am See Rothenklempenow.

vollehalle – die Klimashow, die Mut macht
Was kann man gegen den Klimawandel allein schon tun? Aufhören, allein zu sein. Dafür machen Maren Kling, Michael Bukowski, Martin Oetting und Kai Schächtele vollehalle – die Klimawandel-Show und -Initiative, die Spaß macht und Mut. Die Show präsentiert Macherinnen und Pioniere, die neue Wege gehen, und inspirieren das Publikum zum Handeln im eigenen Leben. Statt Frust am Klimawandel schafft vollehalle Lust auf den konstruktiven Aufbruch. vollehalle ist für alle, die sich nicht mehr klimawandeln lassen wollen. Das Showformat kombiniert Theater-, Medien- und Vortragselemente.

Worum geht's in der Show?
Wir erzählen uns die Aussicht, den Klimawandel abzuwenden, immer noch als eine Geschichte von Verbot und Verzicht. Damit kommen wir nicht weiter. Wir brauchen eine neue, positive Erzählung. Und die gibt es. Hoffnungsvolle Geschichten von Leuten, die längst loslegen, neue Möglichkeiten entwickeln und neue Chancen ergreifen. Diese Macherinnen und Pioniere holt vollehalle ins Rampenlicht. Denn sie zeigen, welche konstruktiven Wege wir gehen können. Und sie schaffen Zuversicht. Das Team von vollehalle filmt und interviewt die Protagonistinnen, die in der Show vorgestellt werden.

Anfahrt:
Bergehalle am Weltacker, Dorfstrasse 44, 17321 Rothenklempenow

Zug: regelmässige Verbindungen bis Pasewalk (1.5h von Berlin) und Shuttle Bus möglich

Übernachtungsmöglichkeiten für 15€ gibt es unter 015165650798

Meldet euch für Shuttle Bus und/oder Übernachtung bei
info (at) hoefegemeinschaft-pommern.de

#tatenfuermorgen
#agrarwendemitmachen #zukunft2000m2
#SDG

Mehr Infos zum Programm:
http://hoefegemeinschaft-pommern.de

und hier:
Hofladen Öffnungszeiten: Do 14-17 Uhr, Fr 10-12 Uhr & 13-17 Uhr
Höfegemeinschaft Pommern • Dorfstrasse 56 • 17321 Rothenklempenow

Thank you for everyone's engagement and involvement in Scaling Connections. The documentation will be online soon on our...
12/02/2019
Import Projects

Thank you for everyone's engagement and involvement in Scaling Connections. The documentation will be online soon on our website http://Import-projects.org and also in the coming weeks uploaded to https://transmediale.de/archive/explore

We are living through a technological revolution that is profoundly altering politics, the economy, and even subjectivity. Contemporary artists must attempt to reflect upon and critique the texture of these changes, offer daring insights into our relationship with them, and imagine alternatives.

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Scaling ConnectionsImport Projects x transmediale 2019 Wednesday, 23 January 2019, 19:00-21:00Pyrite Cluster Installatio...
16/01/2019

Scaling Connections
Import Projects x transmediale 2019

Wednesday, 23 January 2019, 19:00-21:00
Pyrite Cluster
Installation, spoken-word performance & discussion

Sunday, 27 January 2019, 15:00-18:30
Pizzagate: From Rumor to Delusion
Film screening & discussion
18:30-20:30
Scoring the Tweet(s)
Voice and instrumental improvisation

Tuesday, 29 January 2019, 19:00-21:00
Black Holes & Simulating Universes
Installation, performative lectures & discussion

Friiday, 1 February 2019, 19:00-21:00
Haus der Kulturen der Welt - Cafe Stage *free*
Brain without Organs
Participatory intervention, lectures & discussion

For the official cooperation program of transmediale 2019, Import Projects presents Scaling Connections, encompassing a lecture-performance, installation, spoken-word performance, discussion, voice & instrumental improvisation, film screening, and participatory intervention. This event series takes its inspiration from explorations into Deep History, which emphasises and stimulates sensitisation for interdisciplinary research and further historical interpretations, for instance focusing on trends and processes, drawing attention to connections and traditions and a shared substance, like deep kinship, able to reveal striking transformations in human perception. Reaching back to the beginning of life itself, to the primordial sandwich as proposed by the chemist Günter Wächtershäuser in 1988, fostering surprising connections. Deep History advocates to resurrect the basis of humanity by scaling up from the molecular to the molar without the anthropomorphic bias and in the process decentres humankind’s position. The central question of the event series is how the future of our brains—in the role of a constitutive element of freedom of choice—could look against the backdrop of a deeper understanding of our history in relation to today's ever-closer wiring with technologies. Curated by Anja Henckel

Among the participants are Joscha Bach, Philipp Busch, Daniel Keller, Ashiq Khondker, Natalie Koerner, Alanna Lawley, Denisa Lehocká, Warren Neidich, Boris Ondreička, Mohammad Salemy, Valery Vermeulen, Günter Wächtershäuser and Center for the History of Emotions.

Further information
http://Import-projects.org/events

A cooperation between transmediale and Import Projects. Supported by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.

Fighting against Facebook event invite restrictions **
16/01/2019

Fighting against Facebook event invite restrictions **

Scaling Connections
Import Projects x transmediale 2019

Wed, 23 January 2019, 19:00-21:00
Pyrite Cluster Installation, spoken-word performance & discussion

Sun, 27 January 2019, 15:00-19:00 Pizzagate: From Rumor to Delusion, film screening & discussion
19:30-21:00 Scoring the Tweet(s), voice & instrumental improvisation

Tues, 29 January 2019, 19:00-21:00
Black Holes & Simulating Universes Installation, performative lecture & discussion

Fri, 01 February 2019, 19:00-21:00
HKW, Café Stage
Brain without Organs, performative intervention, lectures & discussion

In dialogue with the transmediale Study Circles, Import Projects presents Scaling Connections. The event series takes its inspiration from explorations on Deep History, which emphasises trends and processes rather than individuals and events, paying more attention to interconnection, genealogy and developing traditions. It reaches back to the beginning of life itself, from a primordial sandwich, proposed by Günter Wächtershäuser in 1988, fostering surprising connections. Deep History advocates to revive the foundation of humanity by scaling up from the molecular to the molar without the bias and in the process decentres humankind's position. The recurrent question of the event series is how the future of our brains—in the role of a constitutive element of freedom of choice—could look against the backdrop of a deeper understanding of our history specifically in relation to today's ever-closer wiring with technologies.

Among the participants are Joscha Bach, Philipp Busch, Daniel Keller, Ashiq Khondker, Natalie Koerner, Alanna Lawley, Denisa Lehocka, Warren Neidich, Boris Ondreička, Mohammad Salemy, Valery Vermeulen and Günter Wächtershäuser.

Cooperation between transmediale and Import Projects. Supported by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.

Upcoming January and February events https://2019.transmediale.de/content/import-projectsImport presents an event series...
09/01/2019
Import Projects | transmediale festival 2019

Upcoming January and February events

https://2019.transmediale.de/content/import-projects

Import presents an event series that looks into the question how the future of the brain—in its role as a constitutive element of freedom of choice—could look against the backdrop of an ever-closer wiring between the brain and technologies.

Among the participants are Julieta Aranda, Joscha Bach, Philipp Busch, Daniel Keller, Ashiq Khondker, Natalie Koerner, Alanna Lawley, Denisa Lehocka, Warren Neidich, Boris Ondreička, Valery Vermeulen, Günter Wächtershäuser and Center for the History of Emotions more tba

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Thrilled to welcome you back at Import Projects Space for the January events and at HKW Cafe Stage for Feb 1 event *no need for festival ticket at HKW, all 4 events open and free to all*

In dialogue with the transmediale Study Circles, Import Projects presents Scaling Connections, encompassing a film screening, performances, and performative lectures. This event series takes its inspiration from explorations into Deep History, which emphasizes trends and processes rather than indivi...

Saturday, 01 Dec 2018, 17:30-20:30Event Linkhttps://www.facebook.com/events/265500027492965/The evening offers an insigh...
01/12/2018

Saturday, 01 Dec 2018, 17:30-20:30

Event Link
https://www.facebook.com/events/265500027492965/

The evening offers an insight into working processes and the build-up to the 2019 transmediale festival. The approach, central themes and Study Circle networks titled Affective Infrastructures and Uneasy Alliances will be interpreted by Ewa Majewska and Maya Indira Ganesh. transmediale 2019 focuses on the role of emotions, empathy, and cultural emergence in digital culture. It aims to create an environment to generate experiences and knowledge beyond the set time frame of the public festival. The newly introduced transmediale Study Circles began their work already in October 2018 to allocate space for an in-depth exploration of the festival’s key questions and to generate outputs which frame and form a part of the core program. Uneasy Alliances aims to investigate how new forms of acting in solidarity can be built by connecting artistic, tech, and activist approaches, while the Study Circle Affective Infrastructures examines the role of affect-driven and affect-generating infrastructures in the formation of contemporary lived experience.

Considering the artistic manifestation of the central themes within the festival, the live performance Emotions from an Algorithmic Point of View by visual artist Coralie Vogelaar, choreographer Marjolein Vogels, and actress Marina Miller Dessau explores deconstructed facial expressions according to the Facial Action Coding System. This system forms the basis of contemporary emotion recognition software and demonstrates a computational approach to our emotions. Coralie systematically conducts studies revealing the mechanisms within our visual culture investigating optimisation tools like A/B testing, eye tracking measuring technologies and image recognition software.

The cooperation between transmediale and TIER.space, Spektrum, and Import Projects is supported by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.

Time to share our anticipation for the upcoming transmediale festival. We have been invited to contribute as one of thre...
03/11/2018
Festival 2019 | transmediale

Time to share our anticipation for the upcoming transmediale festival. We have been invited to contribute as one of three partner spaces to engage the new format 'Study Circles' in which participants come together before, during, and after the festival and generate output such as workshops, events, and publications. 'What moves you?', a key question for the upcoming series of events. Read more via the link below and stay tuned for the December prelude at Import Projects.

transmediale 2019 focuses on how feelings are made into objects of technological design and asks what role emotions and empathy play within digital culture. One of the key questions of the upcoming festival is “What moves you?”, referring not only to an emotional response but also to the infrast...

Import Projects Co-Director Nadim Samman curates Italian artist Christian Fogarolli's first Berlin solo show: STONE OF M...
12/09/2018
Mazzoli Gallery - Christian Fogarolli / Stone of Madness

Import Projects Co-Director Nadim Samman curates Italian artist Christian Fogarolli's first Berlin solo show: STONE OF MADNESS opens tomorrow (thursday 13 Sept, 6pm) at Galleria Mario Mazzoli in Prenzlauerberg. Hope to see you there!

Christian Fogarolli's (Trento, 1983) working process often makes use of historical archival research and different media, such as installations, photography, sculpture, video. He analyzes the dynamics of image perception in relation to a wide variety of subjects. The works often sound out the links....

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08/02/2018

Import Projects's cover photo

01/02/2018

We have plaster board and timber to donate / pick up next week wednesday. Get in touch

plaster board:
3 full boards in blue (1250mm x 2000mm x 125mm) - 7msq in total

+equivalent of an additional 5 boards (1250mm x 2000mm x 125mm) - 12msq in smaller offcuts.

timber: 39 metres of 48 x 28mm in various lengths.

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