Observational Practices Lab

Author: Pascal

Stress-testing Observation Scores
week 6

Week 6: 2/28 Stress-testing Observation Scores (Instructions) “The first examples of what were to become Fluxus event scores date back…

Translating Observations

week 5

Week 5: 2/21 Translating Observations In order to instigate a conversation about the different ways we are looking at the…

Forensic Boards

week 4

Week 4: 2/14 Configuring Observations (connections, contradictions, rhymes) In-class workshop You have made six observations of the same object: three…

Test Drive

week 3

Week 3: 2/7 This class explores questions of how observational practices work, what different disciplines might learn from another’s approaches…

The Thingly World

week 2

Week 2: 1/31 To better understand the very nature of observation each participant will focus on a single object to…

What is a fruit-stand clementine?
week 1

Week 1: 1/24 Introduction This course aims to provoke dialogue about practices of attention and observation, and invent new ways…

Practices of Observation UTNS 5140
Spring 2019 — Syllabus

UTNS 5140 A/ CRN: 7316 Thursday 7:00pm – 9:40pm Eugene Lang 65 W11th, Room 465 The New School University Spring…

OBJECT AMERICA lecture at “Global Control” in Riga
September 2018

Hybrid war, fake-news, post-trough, surveillance, immersion and artificial intelligence – these are just a few of critical topics that will…

OPL at Cumulus Conference in Paris
April 2018

The Observational Practices Lab will present OBJECT AMERICA at the Cumulus peer-reviewed conference in Paris in April.

The Observational Practices Lab’s Mission
since 2016

The lab aims to provoke dialogue and instigate critical reflection about the very nature of observation across disciplinary boundaries.

OBJECT AMERICA conference presentation in Basel at “Beyond Change”
March 2018

The Observational Practices Lab will present OBJECT AMERICA at the peer-reviewed conference “Beyond Change” in Basel.

OBJECT AMERICA workshop in Berlin
February 6, 2018

This is the lab’s first workshop situated outside of the US. As an experimental Berlin-based satellite, it serves a platform…

OBJECT AMERICA III: Observation through Speculation — Public Short Talks and Discussion
December 1, 2017

Parsons School of Design, New York Panelists: Anuja Bagul, Benjamin Rubin, Marco Tedesco, LB Thompson

OBJECT AMERICA II: Observation through Specialized Instruments — Public Short Talks and Discussion
November 3, 2017

Parsons School of Design, New York Panelists: Sumita Chakravarty, Lisa George, Victoria Hattam, Roarke Menzies, Mara Mills

OBJECT AMERICA I: Observation through the Senses — Workshop at The New School University
October 13/14, 2017

“But what sort of sense is constitutive of this everydayness? Surely this sense includes much that is not sense so…

OBJECT AMERICA I: Observation through the Senses — Public Short Talks and Discussion
October 13, 2017

Parsons School of Design, New York Panelists: Michael J. Barany, Cindi Katz, Fernando Kawai, M.D., Katie Merz

Talking About Seeing — Publication
May 12, 2017

The documentation of the Symposium “Talking About Seeing” is now available. The publication combines a transcript of the panel discussion…

Talking About Seeing — Student Symposium
December 16, 2016

Lectures, presentations, exhibitions on Friday A cross-disciplinary group of student researchers invited to participate in an experimental symposium rethinking our…

Talking About Seeing — Symposium
December 15, 2016

Talking About Seeing: A cross-disciplinary panel discussion with science journalist Aatish Bhatia, artist Martha Rosler, filmmaker and ethnographer Pacho Velez,…

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