GMT, 9:00 – 10:00am | Zurich, 10:00 – 11:00am | Hong Kong, 5:00 – 6:00pm
Text and image converge in diagrams; diagrams operate beyond the opposition between text and image. The KOKO Webinar on Text-Image Parergon invites artists, designers and theoreticians to discuss the hidden dimensions of this thesis. Starting point for the discussions are contributions to the KOKO Space Text-Image Parergon. This online space is generated by a confluence of social media posts, their reflections by review processes and supplemented by commissioned contributions and driven by an interest in image based forms of artistic and academic discourse.
Chronotopologies add the spatial dimension to the time scale in Historiography by acknowledging the epistemic and heuristic potential of maps and their visual power to synchronize elements.
Daniel Irrgang is a research fellow at Weizenbaum Institute, Berlin, where he is part of the research group “Inequality and Digital Sovereignty” with Berlin University of the Arts. His work focuses on depictions of knowledge, HCI paradigms, exhibition practices as well as on media archaeology, art & technology and epistemology.
Nils Röller is Professor for Theory of Media and Culture at Zürich University of the Arts (ZHdK), a member of the Editorial Board of KOKO, and a co-editor of the KOKO Space Text-Image Parergon.
The event will be held online in English language via Zoom and is accessible for free. To get an access link, please register your e-mail address here.