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MediaLab Scenario Workshop | The joy of being an error
20. September 14:00 - 17:00
The body, as a gendered material, is seeking a way to reshape a world in which participation would be possible. At a deeper level of this approach to machinic or digital systems, where colonial ideas still dominate the non-white world, we no longer wish to participate in any of these ecosystems. This is because we were born as errors in connection with the “World White Web”, which fortunately prevented us from merging with it.
Anyways, we are not going to analyze whiteness anymore but will talk about our resistance stories and confrontation strategies to this all. Our non-white bodies and non-white non-binary identities have given rise to a parallel world that is a significant glitch within a larger system that has never been able to create a functional ecosystem alongside colonial-capitalist ecosystems. You become an error as soon as your existence threatens the identity of components of a power system in which you wouldn’t take part anyway.
Being part of a series of workshops covering community needs mapping, conceptualisation and ideation as well as identifying opportunities, this scenario workshop’s aim is to go through the ideation phases of shaping the MediaLab in order to build up our thoughts in a demographic mind mapping format and to create images for possible multiple futures.
Workshop led by Mithra Nezhad
Tickets: Free admission
Registration: email@example.com (subject “Scenario Workshop September 20th 2023)
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