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Oddity No. 19 – An Atlas of Spatial Figures

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“An Atlas of Spatial Figures" is the title of the forthcoming publication (to be released in autumn 2024) by CRC 1265 subproject PIs Ignacio Farias and Silke Steets. The book gathers over 40 stories of CRC 1265 researchers discovering new spatial figures in addition to the four previously identified dominant spatial figures. For the book project, they collaborated with Viennese artist Nikolaus Gansterer in multimodal workshops. This episode is an excerpt from a performance lecture, which took place at the international symposium "Spatial Figures in the Anthropocene" at the ICI Berlin in October 2023. It provides insights into the concept of the book and two performed "vectors of refiguration" through two stories and the spatial figures they express.

Oddity No. 18 – Spatial Figures in the Anthropocene

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In this episode, we relive our latest international symposium, which took place on October 5-6 at the ICI Berlin Prenzlauer Berg, with our two organizers, Silke Steets and Ignacio Farías, and brief statements from four keynote speakers.

Oddity Nr. 17 – Postcolonial Media Studies

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In this new episode, our two project researchers Eric Lettkemann (B04) and Simon Pohl (C07) talk to CRC Visiting Researcher Tanja Bosch (University of Cape Town). Together they reflect on the "Rhodes Must Fall" student protests and new forms of social activism, as well as on the question of a potential directionality from digital to physical space, how queer spaces are represented on Instagram or TikTok in the South African context, and what it means to decolonize research and digital methods.

Oddity Nr. 16 – Quality of Space

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In this episode Space Oddity host Christopher is reflecting with his two guests, Letteria G. Fassari (Sapienza Rome) and Dominik Bartmanski (HU Berlin), on spatial quality and qualification, perception and sense, Berlin and Rome. This session has been recorded right after the final presentation of a two day workshop end of May 2023.

Oddity Nr. 15 – Care, Intimacy and Awareness: The Categories of Queer Spaces?

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In this episode, CRC 1265 guest Jamie Hakim (King's College London), CRC 1265 associate Anna Steigemann (University Regensburg) and CRC 1265 researcher Sung Un Gang discuss different understandings of 'care', e.g. the Care Collective's 'Care Manifesto', collective interdisciplinary working experiences, a world wide care movement and the term 'promiscuous care'. They also touch upon the topic of awareness teams in queer spaces and talk about the issue of positioning yourself as a researcher in relation to your research and activist positions.

Find the Link to the Digital Intimacies Zine in the shownotes!

Oddity Nr. 14 – La marginalité spatiale / Spatial Marginality (French Episode)

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Todays talk combines two different and complementary disciplinary approaches from the physical and human geography that propose a simultaneous socio-cultural, geographical and spatial analysis of marginalised spaces. It begins with the conceptual explanation of the spatial and territorial margin. In a second step, based on empirical examples from research projects carried on in Dakar (the different types of margin occupations by the upper and lower classes), in the South of Italy (the instalment of illegal migrants in rural, marginalised areas for the tomato harvest) and in Jordan (the governmental resettlement project of fort he Bedouins from the UNESCO World Heritage site of Petra), the concept of marginality is explored from spatial, architectonical, territorial and socio-cultural perspectives.

Oddity Nr. 13 – Vertraute Lebenswelten der Wissenschaftsskepsis

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Corona-Proteste und Impfverweigerung werden derzeit im Hinblick auf Wissenschaftsskepsis diskutiert. Michalea Pfadenhauer (Universität Wien) gewährt einen Einblick in ihre aktuelle Forschung im Rahmen ihres Gastvortrages vom 31.01.2023 am SFB 1265 in Berlin. Gemeinsam folgen wir Pfadenhauers Rezeption einer lebensweltlichen, körperbezogene Perspektive auf Wissenschaft, Wissenschaftsskepsis und Subjektpositionierungen. Kommentare von Barbara Pfetsch (FU Berlin) und Steffen Mau (HU Berlin).

Oddity Nr. 12 – 5G Walk through Berlin

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This time, we will take you on a walk through the city of Berlin. Together with the Critical Infrastructure Lab from the University of Amsterdam, we will discover the infrastructure that powers the next generation of mobile network: 5G.

Oddity Nr. 10 – Third Space Walk

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Heute sprechen wir mit Mirjana Mitrovic und Anna-Lena Panter über die von ihnen kuratierte Ausstellung (und Mirjanas PhD-Projekt): "Third Space Walk". Sie erzählen uns über die Tradition des Flanierens aus intersektionaler Perspektive, über künstlerische Dialoge zwischen Berlin und Mexiko-Stadt und den verschwimmenden Grenzen zwischen Analog und Digital.

Über diesen Podcast

Was hat Raum mit Gesellschaft zu tun? Warum ist die Betrachtung von Räumen so spannend? Der interdisziplinäre Sonderforschungsbereich 1265 lädt euch ein, hinter die Kulissen der Forschung zu blicken! Im Gespräch mit Mitarbeiter*innen des SFB werfen wir einen Blick in die Forschungsprojekte und somit in die vielfältigen Räume unserer Welt. Kurze „Klangreisen“ geben dazu sinnlich-narrative Einblicke zu räumlichen Phänomenen. Moderiert von den zwei Studenten*innen Sarah und Daniel verfolgt unser Podcast die großen Fragen: Wie verändern sich Räume der Gegenwart? Entstehen derzeit vielleicht sogar neue Formen der Räumlichkeit?

von und mit SFB 1265 Re-Figuration von Räumen

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