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STADL: Schtorona

Radio Show, 19 – 21 February 2021, 18:00–19:00

Willem de Rooij Class: Raum I7

Class Project, 19 February 2021

Rungdang

Event, 19 – 21 February 2021, 16:00–20:00

Bani Abidi: Funland

Online Lecture, 16 February 2021, 19:00

Olga Balema

Online Lecture, 4 February 2021, 19:00

Henrike Naumann: Aesthetics of Power

Online Lecture, 28 January 2021, 19:00

The Otolith Group: Infinity Minus Infinity

Online Lecture, 21 January 2021, 19:00

Manuela Moscoso: Liverpool Biennial 2021

Online Lecture, 19 January 2021, 19:00

Jason Mohaghegh: Dreams of the Last King

Online Lecture, 12 January 2021, 19:00

Jason Mohaghegh: Dreams of the Last King

Online Lecture12 January 2021, 19:00online
David Spriggs, Gold, 2017, materials: Painted Layered Transparencies, metal-framework and light-box), photo: Courtesy of the artist.David Spriggs, Gold, 2017, materials: Painted Layered Transparencies, metal-framework and light-box), photo: Courtesy of the artist.

This lecture explores the idea of literature, philosophy and art taken to the outer edge of its desolation. In essence, what does it mean to create at the last threshold, and what is the purpose of imagination on the final night of existence? Are doomed worlds the basis for an entirely new logic of dreaming? Through a combination of image, storytelling and enigmatic thought-fragments, Jason Mohaghegh will unravel this riddle of leaving inscriptions that are destined to disappear and finding visionary experience in the will to oblivion.

Jason Mohaghegh is Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at Babson College. His work explores rising philosophical, poetic and artistic movements across both East and West, with particular focus on concepts of chaos, illusion, violence, disappearance, silence, madness, apocalypse, night, and futurity. He has published nine books to date—including The Chaotic Imagination (Palgrave, 2010); Inflictions: The Writing of Violence (Bloomsbury, 2012); The Radical Unspoken (Routledge, 2013); Insurgent, Poet, Mystic, Sectarian: The Four Masks of an Eastern Postmodernism (SUNY, 2014) and his latest volumes titled Omnicide: Mania, Fatalism, and the Future-In-Delirium (MIT Press/Urbanomic /Sequence, 2019) and Night: A Philosophy of the After-Dark (Zero Books, 2020). He is the Founding Director of the Future Studies Program, he is also the Director of Transdisciplinary Studies for the New Centre for Research & Practice, co-editor of the Suspensions Book Series (Bloomsbury) and founder of the 5th Disappearance Lab.

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The lecture will be held in English language.

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