第二届网络社会年会 | "与列斐伏尔前行:算法时代的都市论与日常生活批判" 总议程表

会议时间:2017年11月11日至11月12日 地点:中国美术学院南山校区学术报告厅 学术委员会:高士明、管怀宾、黄孙权、陆兴华、海阿朗 主办方:中国美术学院跨媒体艺术学院 网路社会研究所 开幕式时间:2017年11月11日 9:30 参与会议请点击报名

   

  2017年11月11、12日,中国美术学院跨媒体艺术学院网络社会研究所将举办第二届网络社会年会:“与列斐伏尔前行:算法时代的都市论与日常生活批判”。大会将邀请来自英国、加拿大、意大利、法国、澳大利亚、日本以及中国两岸三地的学者齐聚一堂。今年,我们的批判力量汲取自重要的现代思想家:昂利·列斐伏尔。我们的目标是透过今天的都市和算法剧变重新发掘他的工作。受列斐伏尔启发,描绘并重新发明都市空间和日常生活将是大会四个专题所着力的创造性行动:马克思哲学与批判方法,今天的(数码)日常生活,都市想象和新地理学以及全球算法生产。与列斐伏尔一道,我们要构造出(不)可能的欲望:邀请每一个人改变经验这个世界、爱这个世界的方式。

专题讨论场次

 

专题 1:马克思主义哲学和批判方法

纵理列斐伏尔的生活和理论,探索他在20世纪以政治实践和介入哲学来改变世界之努力。本场着重于他的个人经验在哲学(思想)与实践上的辩证关系,这是他富有启发的两个面向。将列斐伏尔置于与他相交的不同世代的文化、社会理论家中,讨论他对马克思批判计划的原创解释和富有想象的接续,在战后欧洲和改革开放后的中国两个语境,切中他的思想观念于当代的关连。

专题 2:今天的(数码)日常

回应列斐伏尔对日常生活琐碎性批判之见解,探讨我们自身充满数码媒介的日常经验。叩问欲望、乏味和享乐等价值的再分配,批判性地把握工作与休闲之间的张力。资本主义的生产和消费动态地展开了社会的时间性和空间性,也重构了社会主体及个人的私有意识。社交媒体、移动应用软件起到的关键作用将是焦点。

专题 3:都市想象和新地理学

面对列斐伏尔理论工作与实践之最终期待:都市社会,此场讨论乃进入都市和建筑的领域。通过对计算机化、资本化的地理学做之批判性分析,重估列斐伏尔对都市论的看法。列斐伏尔对日常空间实践中的身体与地景间动力关系的敏锐觉察,会在将来的都市斗争里号召出一种激进政治。要应对“智能城市”的科技政策的挑战,势必需要富有雄心的政治想象力。

专题 4:全球算法生产

最后一场将离开日常和都市经验的尺度,去绘制出领土权力的各种变化。新的劳动分工、软件整合以及基础设施的快速改变都要求我们更新列斐伏尔的都市研究遗产,去积极考察全球化和物联网。在网络文化和跨国组织的时代,将处理生产的计算模式如何改变我们关于国家、权力和解放的概念。

 会议集锦

https://vimeo.com/251778271

总议程表

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Another Walk with Lefebvre: Critique of Urbanism and Everyday Life in the Algorithmic Age

Time: 2017/11/11——11/12

Location: Nanshan Campus China Academy of Art Academic Hall

Committee: Gao Shiming, Guan Huaibin, Huang Sunquan, Xinghua, Allan Bahroun Host: China Academy of Art, Institute of Network Society Opening: 2017/11/11 9:30

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On the 11th and 12th of November 2017, the Institute of Network Society, from the School of Inter-Media Art at the China Academy of Art, will host its Second Annual Conference **“Another Walk with Lefebvre: Critique of Urbanism and Everyday Life in the Algorithmic Age”**. Our collective celebration will bring together researchers from the U.K., Canada, Italy, France, Australia, Japan as well as China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. This year, we draw our critical impetus from one key thinker of modernity: Henri Lefebvre. Our aim is to rediscover his work through today’s urban and algorithmic mutations. Inspired by Lefebvre, our four panels will engage in the creative act of depicting and re-inventing urban space and everyday life: Marxist Philosophy and Critical Methods, Today’s (Digital) Everyday, Urban Imagination and New Geographies, Global Algorithmic Production. Like Lefebvre, our conference forms the (im)possible wish to invite everyone to transform their ways of experiencing and loving the world.

 

Panel Introduction

 

Panel 1: Marxist Philosophy and Critical Methods

Departing from Lefebvre’s life and theory, we explore his ways of practicing philosophy through his political engagement in the XXth century. His personal experience and his theoretical work have been the two sides of one inspiring adventure. Situating Lefebvre among the many generations of cultural and social theorists, the discussion will highlight his creative interpretation of Marx’s critical project. Parallels between the post-war European context and the post-reform China will be drawn to pinpoint the contemporary relevance of his ideas.

Panel 2: Today’s (Digital) Everyday

Following Lefebvre’s invitation to describe the minutiae of everyday life, this panel delves into our quotidian experience and its omnipresent digital mediations. Speakers will attempt to grasp new tensions arising between work and leisure through the redistribution of desire, boredom and enjoyment. Production and consumption implied, for Lefebvre, the unfolding of social temporality and subjectivity. Social media and mobile apps in China, as well as abroad, will serve as a focal point of inquiry.

Panel 3: Urban Imagination and New Geographies

Confronting the theoretical and empirical foundations of Lefebvre’s work, this panel takes us into urban development and architecture. We will reevaluate Lefebvre’s ideas on urbanism through a new critical analysis of our increasingly computerized-capitalized geographies. Lefebvre’s sensitivity to kinetics between the body and landscape in our daily spatial practices will emerge to call for a radical politics. It goes without saying that ambitious political imagination is needed to meet the challenges raised by technological policies such as that of the ‘Smart Cities’.

Panel 4: Global Algorithmic Production

This final panel will change scales, moving up from the quotidian and urban experience, to map out the shifts in territorial powers. The new divisions of labor, the integration of softwares, the mutation of infrastructures all express the need to update Lefebvre’s heritage of urban studies into the active investigations on globalization and the Internet of Things. In a time of networked cultures and transnational organizations, speakers will address the ways in which algorithmic modes of production challenge our conceptions of State, Power and Emancipation.

Highlights

https://vimeo.com/251778271

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