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FRANKENSTEIN SYMPOSIUM (22 OCT.)

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Olga Mink <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear List, 
 
Please find below our program during the Dutch Design Week. Hope some of you might be able to make it. 
 
Best, 
Olga 
 
 
Frankenstein Symposium 
Date: October 22, 2018 - Time: 11:00 – 20:00 
Location: Natlab, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. 
The Frankenstein Symposium<https://www.facebook.com/events/266032174152446/> addresses the responsibility that comes with great scientific breakthroughs. Expect thought-provoking talks by Marijntje Smits and Jason Robert, cutting edge performances by Marco Donnarumma, Margherita Pevere and Arthur Elsenaar. 
As a modern-day Prometheus, the symposium challenges us to rethink the ethics of future emerging technology in today’s society. How can the pursuit of scientific knowledge influence or even endanger humanity? To what extent do we own our creations? What can we learn from the non-human other? 
An event not to be missed for those interested in the ethics of future emerging technologies in today society. Expect a full-day program with keynotes, presentations, performances, expo and a public debate.  Alongside the full day symposium, the online publication Uncanny will be featured as well as the Frankenstein exhibition in Natlab. 
 - Buy all inclusive tickets: https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/tickets-frankenstein-symposium-47412519121 
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(full programme t.b.a.) 
Lectures by: 
Martijntje Smits - Not innocent, not guilty: Frankensteins lessons for a new politics of tools 
Martijntje Smits is a technology philosopher, engineer and innovation scientist. In her work she explores technological futures. Smits is the author of 'Taming monsters: The cultural domestication of new technology' (2002). Her book about the relevance of Frankenstein for today’s political technology agenda, will be published later this year. 
Jason Robert - Frankenstein at 200: How to love our monsters? 
Jason Robert is a bioethicist and philosopher of biology. His research is based on the question of what is ‘good’ science – that is, science that is both efficacious and ethical. He works in biological/biomedical science and ethics, to explore the complexity of biological and moral systems. He is also one of the editors of the recently published 'Frankenstein. Annotated for Scientists, Engineers, and Creators of all Kinds'. 
Performance: Perfect Paul: On freedom of facial expression by Arthur Elsenaar 
Digital persona Perfect Paul presents Elsenaar’s latest research findings on the external controlled human face as a site for artistic computational expression. Perfect Paul – in a live show down of computer versus human facial choreographic capabilities – unveils an as yet unknown expressive potential of the human facial hardware and discusses its political ramifications. 
Evening Performance: Eingeweide by Marco Donnarumma in collaboration with Margherita Pevere 
Eingeweide is a ritual about the process of two unstable bodies growing together to form one system. Two human performers and an artificially intelligent prosthesis perform a choreographic struggle of unity and transformation, bending sensuality and symbolism. What does it mean to create a machine that is truly and fully autonomous, independent from human control? And what happens when a machine becomes part of a human body? 
Frankenstein Exhibition 
The Frankenstein exhibition features works by Quintus Glerum, Bureau Moeilijke dingen, Arthur Elsenaar, We are DATA Mirror room. And an online publication The Uncanny, a collaboration with Fictional Journal. 
The Frankenstein Symposium by Baltan Laboratories<https://www.facebook.com/baltanlaboratories/> is organised in collaboration with Robot Love<https://www.facebook.com/robotlove.nl/?fref=mentions&__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARAlmTePxcMOWBNmbRjddHhTWwrnQb2SA5Dj77lw29HaVu8RcdId2vXIK9_awg_NkaAhe5n_L_ndhPyzmZuJ1iu_2jvyQt96mkGwPYrMkS6Om9onkG-JZ8NIRcHjYOeUIbzlHx4CSNcgP3zmH2lCp18mwAGnQJwgGDeQaiNuT66x4yNr7K7h&__tn__=K-R> during the Dutch Design Week<https://www.facebook.com/DutchDesignWeek/?fref=mentions&__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARAlmTePxcMOWBNmbRjddHhTWwrnQb2SA5Dj77lw29HaVu8RcdId2vXIK9_awg_NkaAhe5n_L_ndhPyzmZuJ1iu_2jvyQt96mkGwPYrMkS6Om9onkG-JZ8NIRcHjYOeUIbzlHx4CSNcgP3zmH2lCp18mwAGnQJwgGDeQaiNuT66x4yNr7K7h&__tn__=K-R>. A Frankenstein ticket also grants 20% discount for the Robot love exhibition - https://robotlove.nl/. 
Tickets all inclusive: https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/tickets-frankenstein-symposium-47412519121 
 
Symposium: http://baltanlaboratories.org/events/frankenstein-symposium 
Performance: http://baltanlaboratories.org/library/performance-eingeweide-by-marco-donnarumma-in-collaboration-with-margherita-pevere 
Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/tickets-frankenstein-symposium-47412519121 
 
 
 
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