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Message posted on 24/01/2023

short extension deadline for abstracts "slow futures", 2-5th of march - symposium series -- Cybioses - life in the future imperfect (NSU symposium)

                Dear all,

as requested by a number of people, the deadline for abstracts has been
extended until friday the 27th.

For the details on the symposium "slow futures" and Cybioses - life in the
future imperfect please visit our website (or see below in the email chain)

https://www.nsuweb.org/study-circles/circle-2-cybioses-life-in-the-future-imp
erfect/

You can send an abstract and short bio to: eric.deibel@nsuweb.org

Eric Deibel



    On Thursday, January 19, 2023 at 11:48:51 AM GMT+3, Eric Deibel
 wrote:


Dear all,
this is the reminder for the call of the winter symposium on slowfutures,
The deadline is next monday, the 23th. We encourage you to submit an
abstract.
This will be the first session of our new three yearsymposium series called:
Cybioses – life in the future imperfect. 
Youcan find all the details and background information both about thewinter
symposium and the symposium series it is part of here:Cybioses– life in the
future imperfect.

https://www.nsuweb.org/study-circles/circle-2-cybioses-life-in-the-future-imp
erfect/
 Locationis Brussels, Belgium, in association with "Constant"'ssubproject
Spexcraft (see below) and an artist run project at avenueJean Volders 24.
We invite scholars, artists, students,technologists, theorists and other
professionals working or writingon future technologies to take part in our
circle. We hope thistopic will continue, deepen and re-new our collaboration
with a widevariety of participants and welcome experimental approaches
topresenting and collaborating. Feel free to contact us if you arewondering
how you would fit in.

Pleasesend a short motivation letter and bio to eric.deibel@nsuweb.orgby the
23thof January.

We look forward to your submissions.

Eric Deibel, (Assistant prof/lecturer, BilkentUniversity STS program), Palle
Dahlstedt(Professor of InteractionDesign, University of Gothenburg / Chalmers)
and Maru Mushtrieva(Researcher and text- and sound-artist with a background
inliterature and based between Berlin and Brussels.)

Thesymposium is part of the Nordic Summer University (NSU), whichorganizes
Nordic networks for interdisciplinary study and research,pioneering topics
like technology, environmentalism, feminism withinits tradition (see
www.nsuweb.org) and is organized in collaboration with "Constant"as part of
their program "Spexcraft: on speculative crafting forun/common futures". It is
an artistic research project between 4Brussels-based organisations: Urban
Species, Natagora, Centre VidéoBruxelles and Constant.



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Sent: Tuesday, December 27, 2022 at 11:10:22 PM
GMT+3Subject: [EASST-Eurograd] "slow futures", 2-5th of march, Cybioses - life
in the future imperfect (NSU symposium)
 Dear all,

this is the call for the winter symposium on: "Slow Futures",
which will be the first session of our new three year symposium series called:
"Cybioses – life in the future imperfect"

You can find all the details and background information both about the winter
symposium and the symposium series it is part of here:

https://www.nsuweb.org/study-circles/circle-2-cybioses-life-in-the-future-imp
erfect/

Deadline, for abstracts: Monday the 23th of January, 2023 (see details
below).

Date, the winter session will be held from Thursday March 2th to Sunday march
5th 2023.

Location is Brussels, Belgium, in association with "Constant"'s subproject
Spexcraft (see below) and an artist run project at avenue Jean Volders 24.

We invite scholars, artists, students, technologists, theorists and other
professionals working or writing on future technologies to take part in our
study circle. We hope this topic will continue, deepen and re-new our
collaboration with a wide variety of participants and welcome experimental
approaches to presenting and collaborating. Feel free to contact us if you are
wondering how you would fit in.

Please send a short motivation letter and bio to eric.deibel@nsuweb.org by the
23th of January. And, please, help us spread the word.

We look forward to your submissions.

Eric Deibel, (Assistant prof/lecturer, Bilkent University STS program),
Palle Dahlstedt(Professor of Interaction Design, University of Gothenburg /
Chalmers) and
Maru Mushtrieva (Researcher and text- and sound-artist with a background in
literature and based between Berlin and Brussels.)
The symposium is part of the Nordic Summer University (NSU), which organizes
Nordic networks for interdisciplinary study and research, pioneering topics
like technology, environmentalism, feminism within its tradition (see
www.nsuweb.org) and is organized in collaboration with "Constant" as part of
their program "Spexcraft: on speculative crafting for un/common futures". It
is an artistic research project between 4 Brussels-based organisations: Urban
Species, Natagora, Centre Vidéo Bruxelles and Constant.
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