A programme by Flavia Dzodan, head of the Research group on Algorithmic Cultures

Week on Algorithmic Cultures is an introduction to the research group on Algorithmic Cultures. Algorithmic cultures refer to the dynamic and reciprocal relationship between algorithms and both human and non-human societies. We examine not only how algorithms are informed by and embedded within cultural norms, values, institutions, and behaviors but also how they, in turn, actively shape these dimensions. As algorithmic processes increasingly blur the boundaries of everyday life, they significantly influence the ways in which individuals and communities interact, engage with, and transform knowledge and culture. We share an interest in researching how algorithmic mediation can redefine power dynamics, ethical considerations, and the construction of reality itself.


> Artificial Training, A Workshop by Enrique Gutierrez
Date: 5-12-2023
Time: 17.00 - 20.00
Location: Medialab Sandberg Instituut, 5th floor of BC Building
Sign-up: tinyurl.com/artificialtraining

> Symposium and Round table discussion on Algorithmic Cultures
With Flavia Dzodan, Arif Kornweitz, Femke Herregraven, Mariana Fernández, Zachary Formwalt, Roosje Klap and Benjamin Schoonenberg.
Date: 6-12-2023
Time: 17.30 - 19.30
Location: Rietveld Academie, Theory Stairs, FedLev Building.

> Research café: A.I. prompt crafting by Flavia Dzodan
Date: 7-12-2023
Time: 17.30 - 19.30
Location: Rietveld Academie, Library, Basement FedLev Buidling.
Sign-up: tinyurl.com/researchcafe2023


Note that for the workshop by Enrique Gutierrez and Research Cafe you have to sign-up via the link attached.

Graphic design by Akash Sheshadri