May 2022 | Westermann, Claudia, “On Globes, the Earth, and the Cybernetics of Grace”, Technoetic Arts: A Journal of Speculative Research, 19.1/2 Global Conversation special issue, pp. 29–47. doi:10.1386/tear_00049_1. Go to Publications for more information.
Forthcoming, July/August 2022 | Bardakos, Ioannis, Claudia Jacques, Dalila Honorato, Claudia Westermann, and Primavera de Filippi, “Editorial: On Modes of Participation”, in: Technoetic Arts: A Journal of Speculative Research, 19.3 On Modes of Participation. (ESCI listed journal)
13 June 2022 | Claudia Westermann with Dalila Honorato, Claudia Jacques, Yong Hu and Iannis Bardakos, Technoetic Arts: A Journey of Speculative Research, ISEA 2022, 27th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Theme 04 – Educations and Societies, Barcelona, Spain, 10–16 June 2022. https://isea2022.isea-international.org/event/institutional-presentations/
10 July 2022 | Claudia Westermann hosting the Ranulph Glanville Memorial Lecture by speaker Bill Seaman (Duke) at the ISSS 2022 Conference, Advances in Systems Sciences and Systems Practice. 07-11 July, 2022. https://www.isss.org/online-2022/
July 2022 | Claudia Westermann with Carlos Castellanos, Damian Chapman, Kate Doyle, Michael Lieber, TJ McLeish, Paul Pangaro, Eve Pinsker, Eryk Salvaggio, Larry Richards, and Fred Steier, NewMacy Studios Act I: Re-defining Stability + NewMacy Studios Act II: Re-establishing Stability, with Eryk Salvaggio Studio B, Radiant Circles – Cybernetic Musings on Resonant Forms at the ISSS 2022 Conference, Advances in Systems Sciences and Systems Practice. 07-11 July, 2022. https://www.isss.org/online-2022/
Living in Landscapes of Uncertainty
Radical Uncertainty: Design beyond solutionism Webinar, University of Brighton's Radical Methodologies Research and Enterprise Group, Claudia Westermann | Friday, 23 July 2021 @ 10 am GMT
Fri, 23 July 2021, 10 am UK time, 11 am Berlin time, 5 pm Beijing time.
The recording of the discussion will be posted online on the Radical Methodologies website. Claudia Westermann's pre-recorded statement is also on youtube.
Cybernetic Agents for an Ecology of the Far/Near
Design Informatics Webinar, School of Informatics/Design Informatics, University of Edinburgh, Claudia Westermann | Thursday, 4 February @ 4pm GMT |
Public Lecture. Registration via Eventbrite.
The recording of the presentation is now available online on the Design Informatics website. Alternatively, you may watch it on vimeo.
Seats for Seeing
were installed in Beikeng village, Yanping district in Fujian province, China, at the end of November 2019.
The work was made in collaboration with colleagues at Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Adam Bentley Brillhart, Yiping Dong, and Thomas Wortmann, and with assistance from our alumna Chen Fanyun (mostly on-site) and Ominda Nanayakkara in Civil Engineering (structures consultation).
The work is part of the Yanping Art Harvest, running from 30 November 2019 to 29 February 2020. It has its own website at www.seatsforseeing.net.