(Workshop) 18/10 2015 11:00 – 16:00 @ Raum 115
Taking “Counterintelligence”, a show he curated in 2013 at the University of Toronto as a starting point, Charles Stankievech will unfold his research into early warning systems, spying strategies and surveillance strategies from the times of the Second World War through Cold War up to today in Europe and the North of Canada. How are humans, atmosphere and technology entangled? What kind of exchange processes can one discover between military artifacts and the artworks? What sort of interdependencies exist between control and of freedom, security and obscurity? “Counterintelligence” explored “the intersection of art and military intelligence communities tactics such as double agents and ‘security through obscurity’”. In this workshop, Charles Stankievech will talk about the visible invisible, (dis)continuities of military technology and ecologies of military infrastructure.