Saturday, 22 September 2018, 1 pm, diffrakt | centre for theoretical periphery
Experiences, processes and techniques of scale, scaling and scalability have become ever more obvious in, and arguably determining of everyday life. Expectations of proportionality and experiences of the disproportionate, the globalized politics of orientation and disorientation and the impact of techno-scientific form upon individual life, have all come to foreground different but interlinked questions of scale. Scaling Problems is a series of workshops that sets out to develop concepts with which to analyse experiences, discourses, forms and possibilities of scale, scaling and scalability as they intertwine with one another to shape the present.
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The workshop will take place in English. Copies of reading materials will be circulated in advance. The event is free, but since places are limited, registration will be required. To register, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Andrew Fisher is Lecturer in Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London and founding editor of the journal Philosophy of Photography. He is currently pursuing a research project “The Image of Thought” at the Bertolt Brecht Archive in Berlin. His recent research and publications have focused on issues of scale in contemporary photography, political life and philosophy from a heterodox phenomenological standpoint.