Part of Post-Cyber Feminist International
'In the case of ‘n hypotheses’, the mechanism of iteration (facilitated by the absence of a pre-determined endpoint) is designed to allow for divergence, refutation, and innovation, but also to provide a crucial space for attestation in which identity can be articulated and mobilized for political, theoretical, and creative ends.' – Helen Hester, 'After the Future: n Hypotheses for Post-Cyber Feminism'
Following this discussion, please join us in the ICA Theatre for a viewing of 'Update, Updating, Updated', a film installation by collective Laboria Cuboniks at 8.30pm.
Helen Kaplinsky chairs a panel of artists including Annie Goh, Diana McCarty and Faith Wilding to propose 'n hypotheses' of post-cyber feminism. Each presents a diagnoses of what they believe happened to cyberfeminism and proposes a new trajectory for where it can go from here.
Following this discussion, please join us in the ICA Theatre for a viewing of Update, Updating, Updated, a film installation by collective Laboria Cuboniks at 8.30pm.
Update, Updating, Updated is produced by The Future of Demonstration, Season 1: VERMÖGEN, 2017
Image: Still from I.K.U, Shu Lea Cheang. Courtesy the artist