Act Natural is a space where research, personal expression and creative production come together in an effort to make sense of the identity of the self, the visible and the invisible world. The fourth iteration of Jeisson Drenth’s performance series Act Natural presents a full program with the presentation of a new work, a sound bath, lectures, lecture performances and live electronic music. These various forms are brought together to both celebrate and critically reflect on the politics of perception, the politics of image production techniques and the implications of using old and new technologies in personal expression and self exploration.
Can anything further be said about truth? While contemporary worries about a post-truth world reinforce both ordinary and traditional senses of the word, a philosophical tradition that for centuries has not failed to put truth into question or critique finds itself in a situation echoing that faced by the Greeks at the dawn of philosophy.
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Nolen Gertz and Zachary McDowell discuss Nihilism and Technology
At the Seminary Co-op Bookstore
Nolen Gertz from the University of Twente in Enschede, Netherlands, will present “Nihilism and Technology” for the Philosophy Colloquium at 5 p.m. Thursday, March 28, in Stevenson Hall, room 401A.
What is Tinder? What does Tinder do? What does Tinder mean?
Nolen Gertz will answer these questions and more by looking at Tinder from the perspective of “pleasure economics”. Tinder clearly provides us a way to pursue pleasure, but what precisely is the nature of the pleasure that it helps us to pursue?
The Overkill is a 48 hours nonstop festival which regroups an art exhibition, a selection of indie games, an alternative movie program, live performance and many activities such as workshops, master class, talks… all selected around our theme and presented together in an original and immersive setting.
Nolen Gertz will speak at the AI for Government Summit this October. In his talk, Nolen will discuss the significance and power in how we talk about AI, and how this language reshapes how we see the world. Drawing upon his research for Nihilism and Technology, the lecture investigates what we truly mean when we talk about the benefits and risks of AI.
Nolen Gertz presents a symposium and debate on Nihilism and Technology as part of GOGBOT festival, a unique event highlighting art, music and creative technology.