Saturday, May 20th, 2PM > 6PM MET.
Sunday May 21th, 2PM > 6PM MET.
The Georges Pompidou Center organized the second edition of #PhiloNum from 16 to 20 January 2017 for the classes of several high schools in the Paris region. This event provided an opportunity to address many philosophical issues tailored to the school curriculum through workshops, permanent exhibition tours, and meetings with philosophers, writers and researchers. The objective was to put into perspective the day-to-day practice of networks and technologies by students.
One of the three workshops offered an experience of the Poietic Generator. Overview :
Images by Helen Finidori (1,2,3) and Hervé Verone (4, 5, 6).
PG session by students of a) Schuman /MLS, b) Coubertin, c) Champlain, d) Schuman/Suger, e) Poe.
交流 | 游戏《Poietic Generator（分子发生器）》
Installation au Shanghai Institute of Visual Art (SIVA), Novembre 2015
Compte rendu (en chinois)
« Loci Loci » (in Latin: « the places of a place« ) is a very simple installation that I propose to realize in the context of the « Consciousness Reframed 2015 » conference (De Tao Masters Academy, Shanghai, 20-21 November 2015 ), where I will also give a talk entitled: « Refounding Legitimacy Toward Aethogenesis« .
This is merely a display on the ground of the overall image of Poietic generator. Students would be invited: – first, to participate in creation of this image via their mobile (PLAY), – second, to take place physically on the personal sign that each one draws in real time.
The experience may last about one hour. It may involve several tens or hundreds of people locally, and also some other persons who can participate from around the world via Internet.
Practically, so that the experience can take place, I need:
The place, day and time of the experiment has been fixed:
The Poietic Generator will be displayed in real time at Musée des Arts et Métiers, Paris, in an historical Netart exhibition, during the « Futur en Seine » event, June 11th – 14th 2015.
Curators: Stéphane Natkin, CNAM Paris ; Anolga Rodionoff & Jean-Marie Dallet – Université Paris 8