Poster »Dis/Entangling Perspectives in Material Research«. Copyright: Matters of Activity | Image: Michaela Büsse

25 October
Emma Tarlo (Goldsmiths, University of London): Human Crop: Tales of Entanglement and Disentanglement from the Global Trade in Human Hair
1 November
Macarena Gómez-Barris (Pratt Institute/Global South Center, New York): Embodied Research: Life in Times of War
8 November
Elise Misao Hunchuck (RCA/The Bartlett School of Architecture, London), Marco Ferrari (Columbia GSAPP, New York/RCA, London): Sky River: Politics of the Atmosphere
15 November
Viktoria Tkaczyk, Jonathan Haid (HU Berlin), Lotte Schüßler (FU Berlin): The Humanities, Media, and Their Material Provenance
29 November
Herta Nöbauer (University of Vienna): Toward a Multiscalar Understanding of a Political Ecology of Snow and Ice
6 December
Rapti Siriwardane-de Zoysa (Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research, Bremen): Sanded: Sedimented Pasts and Shored Futures
13 December
Liselotte Viaene (University Carlos III de Madrid): Toward a Critical Engagement with Plurilegal Water Ontologies: Some Legal Anthropological Reflections
3 January
Sasha Litvintseva (Queen Mary University of London), Beny Wagner (Winchester School of Art): On Monster and Measures
10 January
Sria Chatterjee (Paul Mellon Centre, London): Expanded Landscapes: The Arts and Politics of Agriculture
17 January
Zandi Sherman (Rutgers University, New-Brunswick): Scanning and the Native Body: 100 Years of X-ray Technology at De Beers Diamond Mines
24 January
Eli Nadeau (The New School for Social Research, New York): Decolonial Plastic Relations: Commodities, Fantasies, Containers
31 January
Dietmar Offenhuber (Northeastern University, Boston): Data Autographies - A Material Perspective on Data Visualization and Evidence Construction
7 February
Kasia Jeżowska (University of New South Wales, Sydney): Natural National Resources. Towards a New History of Design in Poland and Australia
14 February
FRAUD/ Audrey Samson (Goldsmiths, University of London), Francisco Gallardo (King’s College London/Central Saint Martins, University of London): EURO⁠—VISION: Critical Raw Materials Unsung