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TICKETS & GUIDED TOURS

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    • Guided Tours at Dortmunder U

      Free guided tours
      free guided tours take approx. 45 min and are included in the entry fee. No pre-booking required.

      free public tour
      each sunday – 3. floor at  Dortmunder U

      free after-work tour
      each thursday – 3. floor at  Dortmunder U






      4 pm


      6 pm
      Guided tour for children
      On the 1st Sunday of each month there is a fun family tour for all ages.
      Young visitors can also participate in a paper chase during opening hours to get to know the exhibition in a playful way.
      (All family activities are in German language only.)

      3 pm
      Guided group tours
      (up to 25 persons, available in German, English and in sign language)

      guided tour, regular fee*
      guided tour, reduced fee**
      * plus entry fee
      ** for groups of students, school classes etc

      To book a guided tour we kindly ask you to fill in the required data in the online form on the exhibition page or simply call or email us.
      info(a)hmkv.de / ++49 231 496642-0.
      The tours take approx. 45 min.
      Please book 7 days in advance.




      60,00 €*
      40,00 €*
      Guided tours for teachers and educational staff
      booking procedure as above
      free of charge
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GUIDED TOURS

Every Thursday at 6 pm
Every Sunday at 4 pm

More guided tours here.

INFORMATION ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

Exhibition Guide (PDF⎜1,3 MB)

Gestaltung © JAC-Gestaltung

The World Without Us. Narratives on the age of non-human actors

Dortmunder U | 3rd Floor | 10/22/2016 - 03/05/2017

In „The World Without Us“ humans will be replaced by machines, Artificial Intelligences will be optimized by other AIs and algorithms will be programmed by self-learning algorithms. In this way a radically different, post-anthropocentric world could develop where non-human life forms would eventually prove to be better adaptable than humans. 

The artists in this exhibition explore the possibility of an ecology after man – an age of the post-Anthropocene, in which other “life” forms, such as algorithms, artificial intelligence, artificially created nanoparticles, genetically modified micro-organisms and seemingly monstrous plants, have taken control of the world.

This new era, which has already begun, albeit imperceptibly, is the age of non-human actors.

Artists: Morehshin Allahyari (IR) & Daniel Rourke (GB), Timo Arnall (NO), LaTurbo Avedon (US), Will Benedict (US/FR), David Claerbout (BE), Laurent Grasso (FR), Sidsel Meineche Hansen (DK), Wanuri Kahiu (KE), Ignas Krunglevicius (LT/NO), Mark Leckey (GB), Eva & Franco Mattes (IT/US), Yuri Pattison (GB), Julien Prévieux (FR), Suzanne Treister (GB), Pinar Yoldas (TR/US)

Funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation
 
Main funders of the HMKV
Dortmunder U - Zentrum für Kunst und Kreativität
Kulturbüro Stadt Dortmund
Ministerium für Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes NRW

Partner
Aksioma, Ljubljana

Cultural partner
WDR 3
 
Media partners
HEIMATDESIGN
bodo
coolibri

 



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MEDIA

Video

THE WORLD WITHOUT US. NARRATIVES ON THE AGE OF NON-HUMAN ACTORS from Hartware MedienKunstVerein on Vimeo.

HMKV VIDEO // The World Without Us
22 October 2016 - 5 March 2017
HMKV at Dortmunder U

In „The World Without Us“ humans will be replaced by machines, Artificial Intelligences will be optimized by other AIs and algorithms will be programmed by self-learning algorithms. In this way a radically different, post-anthropocentric world could develop where non-human life forms would eventually prove to be better adaptable than humans.

The artists in this exhibition explore the possibility of an ecology after man – an age of the post-Anthropocene, in which other “life” forms, such as algorithms, artificial intelligence, artificially created nanoparticles, genetically modified micro-organisms and seemingly monstrous plants, have taken control of the world.This new era, which has already begun, albeit imperceptibly, is the age of non-human actors.

Artists: Morehshin Allahyari (IR) & Daniel Rourke (GB), Timo Arnall (NO), LaTurbo Avedon (US), Will Benedict (US/FR), David Claerbout (BE), Laurent Grasso (FR), Sidsel Meineche Hansen (DK), Wanuri Kahiu (KE), Ignas Krunglevicius (LT/NO), Mark Leckey (GB), Eva & Franco Mattes (IT/US), Yuri Pattison (GB), Julien Prévieux (FR), Suzanne Treister (GB), Pinar Yoldas (TR/US)

Curated by Inke Arns.

Funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation


Main funders of the HMKV

Dortmunder U - Centre for Art and Creativity
Ministerium für Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes NRW

Partner

Aksioma, Ljubljana

Cultural partner 

WDR 3


Media partners 

HEIMATDESIGN

bodo
coolibri

Videoproduction by David Figura (kulturfilm.eu)
Music: Silent Assassin - LookingBackForward
Silent Assassin - AsianNightmares

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