2019 TAD-Lab Master Lectures

What Art Can Do in the XXIst Century?

 

Bernard Stiegler 

Yuk Hui 

Bernard Stiegler, one of the most renowned French contemporary philosophers, former Director of Centre for Research and Innovation, Centre Georges-Pompidou, is co-invited by TaipeiArts Doctoral Research Lab, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, and Institute of School Research and Culture Studies (SRCS), National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), to visit Taipei and Hsinchu from Nov 1 till Nov 5, launching the forum series “What Art Can Do in the XXIst Century?” , where there will be four sessions in total. 


Also, it is our great honor to invite Dr. Xu Yu, the Lecturer of Media School, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar to undertake the host speaker along with Bernard Stiegler for the five-day forum series. 


 “Art in the Anthropocene Era” and “Shaping the Neganthropocene” are to be the subjects in the forum series, respectively, on Nov 1 and Nov 2, at Taipei National University of the Arts and Taipei Fine Arts Museum, launching the conversation together with Mr. Stiegler, as well as all the scholars and artists in regard to various fields in Taiwan. Furthermore, all the faculty and students of the art world, as well as those who concern about “How Do Art and Philosophy of Technology Confront the Problems of Current World” are all welcome to attend the forum.

1st of November
(Fri.)13:00-18:00     
place:International Conference Hall (2F, Research Building), Taipei National University of the Arts
 
【Keynote Speach】

 Art in the Anthropocene Era

Keynote Speaker |  Bernard Stiegler

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Machine and Ecology

Keynote Speaker |  Yuk Hui

 

Moderator | Chien-Hung Huang

Chairman and Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Trans-disciplinary Arts

 

【Roud Table】

Moderator | Kai-Lin Yang

Professor, Graduate Institute of Trans-disciplinary Arts, TNUA

Bernard Stiegler Professor, University of Technology of Compiègne
Yuk Hui Lecture, Faculty of Media of the Bauhaus University Weimar
Kai-Hung Chen President, Taipei National University of Arts
Chien-Hung Huang Chairman and Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Trans-disciplinary Arts, TNUA
Hung-John Lin Professor, Graduate Institute of Trans-disciplinary Arts, TNUA
Jun-Jieh Wang Chairman and Professor, Faculty of New Media Department, TNUA

 

 

 

【Discussion】

 

2nd of November
(Sat.)13:00-18:00     
place:Auditorium, Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Shaping the Neganthropocene
 

【Keynote Speach】

 Conquest of Imperfection and Social Sculpture

Keynote Speaker |  Bernard Stiegler

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Limit and Access

Keynote Speaker |  Yuk Hui

Moderator | Chien-Hung Huang

Chairman and Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Trans-disciplinary Arts

【Round Table】

Moderator | Hung-John Lin

Professor, Graduate Institute of Trans-disciplinary Arts

Bernard Stiegler Professor, University of Technology of Compiègne
Yuk Hui  Lecture, Faculty of Media, Bauhaus University Weimar
Kuang-Chi Hung Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, NTU
Ho-Wang Lai Spokesperson, the Manifesto of Autogenous Aerial Kinetic Energy
Alex Taek-Gwang Lee Professor, Cultural Studies at School of Global Communication, Kyung Hee University
Joff Bradley Associate Professor, the Faculty of Foreign Languages, Teikyo University

4th of November
(Mon.)15:00-18:00     
place:R106, HA Building2, ICCS, SRCS, NCTU
Moderator | Yuan-Horng Chu  Professor, Institute of Social Research and Cultural Studies,NCTU
 
5th of November
(Tue.)13:30-17:30     
place:Research Building R408, Taipei National University of Arts

Technical Tendencies, Technical Facts and Technodiversity

Keynote Speaker | Bernard Stiegler

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The Paradox of Intelligence

Keynote Speaker  |  Yuk Hui

Book List

  • Alfred Lotka, THE LAW OF EVOLUTION AS A MAXIMAL PRINCIPLE

https://www.jstor.org/stable/41447607?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

  • Joseph Beuys, What is art ?

  • Edouard Glissant, first chapter of Introduction à une poétique du divers

 

  • Martin Heidegger, The question concerning technology

 

  • Martin Heidegger, The turning(

  • The Anthropocene and Neganthropology, First chapter of The neganthropocene, online, Open Humanities Publishing

http://www.openhumanitiespress.org/books/titles/the-neganthropocene/

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║Co-sponsers║ Taipei National University of the Arts

Taipei Fine Arts Museum

Institute of School Research and Culture Studies, National Chiao Tung University

║Implementer║  Center for Teaching and Learning, Taipei National University of the Arts 

TaipeiArts Doctoral Research Lab

International Institute for Cultural Studies

║Media║ ARTouch

║Visual Design║ MdR

(This project is supported by the Higher Education Sprout Project from the Ministry of Education)

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