Digital <Dis>Orders

17-19 November 2016

Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Campus Westend, Building "Normative Orders"


















In the popular and academic discourses, computers and their networks seem to be in a state of perpetual novelty and chaos. This is evident in the proliferation of buzzwords and new technologies that are constantly about to overthrow existing orders.  Discourses about Big Data, social media, cloud computing or the Internet of things present digitalization as a social revolution without end.
There are, however, several reasons to doubt this air of novelty. Worldwide Internet penetration is over 40%, and mobile broadband penetration in the OECD is over 80%. Many scholars consider Internet access to have become a basic human right. Computer assisted fraud has been a criminal practice for four decades, and the incident best approximating international cyber warfare occurred almost ten years ago. So-called digital natives are aging rapidly, and their aesthetic imperative has become mainstream. Whatever their revolutionary potential in the longue durée, computers, their data and their networks have become a mundane, ubiquitous and assumed feature of everyday life.
We welcome you to reflect with us on our arrival in digital normality so as to better understand the dynamics of digital order and disorder. We will touch upon such topics as the features and production of space in a digital society, the political economy of media and artistic production, the politics and modes of rule in the digital/posthuman age, the diffusion of responsibility in algorithmically controlled processes, and the social practices and subjectivities produced and assumed in a world of ubiquitous  connections and computers. Beyond these more academic engagements with the subject matter, we are happy to host a number of artistic interventions that challenge intuitive understandings of the forms of digital society and present alternative, creative representations of digital realities. These range from interactive demonstrations of textual data-mining; a video installation challenging the pre-determination of emotions through facial recognition technology; live, choreographed web design; and more. We have included other unconventional events in the program, like the mini-saloons and party, to provide time and opportunity to converse about these topics, the questions they provoke and the ideas they inspire.
Finally, it is our privilege to welcome two keynote speakers who have indelibly marked our thoughts on and appreciation of digital culture. On Thursday evening Louise Amoore, Professor of Geography at Durham University, will present her thoughts On Intuition: Machine Learning and Posthuman Ethics, exploring what the ‘agency’ and ‘intelligence’ of machines implies for ethics. And on Friday evening Zach Blas, renowned Artist and Lecturer in the Department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths University, will elaborate his thoughts on Contra-Internet, a project that explores subversions of and alternatives to the Internet.

The organizing team


Participation is free

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  • Prof. Dr. Christopher Daase (Professor für Internationale Organisationen der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Exzellenzcluster „Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen", Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung)
  • Ruben van de Ven (Rotterdam)
  • Ben Kamis (Politologe am Exzellenzcluster "Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen")
  • Till Straube (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für Humangeographie der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main)
  • Ruben van de Ven (Rotterdam)
  • Prof. Dr. Louise Amoore (Durham)
  • Artistic Intervention: A Webpage in three Acts, Joana Chicau (Rotterdam)
  • Artistic Intervention: A Webpage in three Acts, Joana Chicau (Rotterdam)
  • Till Straube (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für Humangeographie der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) und Prof. Dr. Louise Amoore (Durham)
  • Manetta Berends (Rotterdam)
  • Artistic Intervention: A Webpage in three Acts, Joana Chicau (Rotterdam)



Thursday, 17 November 2016

14:30-15:30, Registration
Building "Normative Orders", Lobby

15:30-16:00, Welcome Address
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Prof. Dr. Christopher Daase (Coordinator of the International Graduate Program, Cluster of Excellence ”The Formation of Normative Orders”)

16:30-18:30, Panel Session 1

The Economics of the Digital

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Natalie Rauscher (Heidelberg): Digital Inequality: The United States and the Rise of the Sharing Economy
Dr. Philipp Staab (Hamburg): The Consumption Dilemma of Digital Capitalism
Yannick Schütte (Lüneburg): Digital Data Dispossession and Capitalisation

Digital Spacialities

Building "Normative Orders", 5.01

Jakob Claus (Lüneburg): On Questions of Environmental Agency
Moritz Ahlert (Hamburg): The Order of Virtual Maps
Lila Athanasiadou (Delft): Just a Simulation: Limitations and Potentiality of Modelling Urban Processes Digitally
Gian Luigi Scarpa (Berlin): Remnants and Revenants Part II: Hautings of the Digital

18:30-19:00, Coffee Break

19:00-20:00, Keynote Address

On Intuition: Machine Learning an Posthuman Ethics

Building "Normative Orders", EG.01

Prof. Dr. Louise Amoore

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Friday, 18 November 2016

10:30-12:00, Panel Session 2

Devices of Digital Rule

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Janosik Herder (Osnabrück): What Is Information? From Cryptography to a Regime of Truth
Anna-Verena Nosthoff (Frankfurt/M) & Felix Maschewski (Berlin): Order from Noise? Reflections on the Cybernetic Condition of Digitality
Nikos Voyiatzis (Rotterdam/Athens): The Effect of the List

Post-Human Politics

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Kiran Banerjee (Toronto): Arendt and the Algorithm: Rereading the Human Condition in the Digital Age
Max Koch-Grünberg (Berlin): Torn between Truths: Self-fulfilling Prophecies and the Production of Uncertainty
Jakob Tonda Dirksen (London): On Digital Politics

12:30-14:00, Lunch

14:00-15:30, Artistic Intervention (max. 30 participants)


Manetta Berends (Rotterdam)

15:30-16:00, Coffee Break

16:00-17:30, Panel Session 3

Media, Knowledge and Relations

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Nicolas Oxen (Weimar): Instagrammatology: The Politics and Aesthetics of Smartphone Photography
Philipp Sack (Braunschweig): Queries, or: What Comes after the Death of ”Commonsensical Empiricism”?
Robert Ziegelmann (Heidelberg): Imagination and Distance: Does Digital Media Abolish Humanity?

States, Norms, Citizens

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Matthias Schulze (Jena): From Cyber-Utopia to Cyber-War: Advocacy Coalitions and Normative Change in Cyberspace
Linda Monsees (Bremen): Dynamics of De-/Politicization in the Technological Society
Katharin Tai (Oxford): Chinese Internet Governance

17:30-18:00, Coffee Break

 18:00-19:00, Keynote Address


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Dr. Zach Blas (London)

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19:00-23:00, Dinner & Party

Building "Normative Orders", 5th floor

Saturday, 19 November 2016

10:00-10:45, Artist Talk

Choose how you feel; You have seven Options

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Ruben van de Ven (Rotterdam)

11:00-12:30, Panel Session 4

Digitalising Subjectivity

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Tanja Wiehn (Berlin): The Digital Postponement of Death
Pierre Schwarzer (Witten/Herdecke): Social Media and the Primary Process

Digital Art & Culture

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Tobias Muno (Hamburg): Post Some Internet Shit
Philipp Hindahl (Frankfurt/M): The Interesting: An Aesthetic of Work and Networks in Tom McCarthy’s Satin Island
Thomas Meckel (Lüneburg): Social Theatre under New Conditions

12:30-13:00, Lunch
Building "Normative Orders", 5th floor

13:00-14:30, Artistic Intervention & Mini-Saloons

A Webpage in three Acts

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Joana Chicau (Rotterdam)

Topical Mini-Saloons

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Continuing conversations on topics that emerge during the conference in a casual atmosphere

Presented by:
The Cluster of Excellence "The Formation of Normative Orders" in cooperation with Internet TBD and the University for Art and Design, Offenbach am Main

Keynote Address - "Digital <Dis>Orders" - 7th Annual Graduate Conference Cluster of Excellence "The Formation of Normative Orders"

Dr. Zach Blas

Friday, 18 November, 18:00-19:00

Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Campus Westend, Building "Normative Orders", EG.01














Despite the recent proliferation of critical surveillance studies, which aims to explicate the endless tools and techniques of today’s surveillance infrastructures, few scholars take seriously—let alone make their focus—practices and imaginaries of counter—surveillance, often relegating them as mere anecdotes, spoofs, or bloopers. Yet, in the aftermath of so much critiquing and diagnosing of the contemporary surveillance landscape, countersurveillance practices are exactly what is needed to actualize the intellectual and political frustrations at the core of critical surveillance studies, even if such practices are diffi cult and challenging to implement, create, and sustain. Notably, it is artistic practice that has been at the forefront of such counter surveillance activities and imaginaries. With this in mind, my talk will introduce a body of artwork I am currently developing, titled “Contra-Internet.” Contra-Internet broadly addresses the emerging militancies and subversions of the internet as a site of global surveillance and control. Amid rampant dataveillance and social media monoculture, “the internet” has become something that is extremely difficult to articulate an outside or alternative to. Conversely, Contra-Internet gives a theoretical consistency to the practical and imaginative work being done to create
network alternatives to the internet.

Zach Blas is an artist and writer whose practice engages technics and minoritarian politics. Currently, he is a Lecturer at the Department of Visual Cultures at  Goldsmiths, University of London. Blas has exhibited and lectured internationally. His recent works respond to technological control, biometric governmentality, and network hegemony. He earned a Ph.D. in Literature at Duke University and his Master degree in Design Media Arts at University of California, Los Angeles.




  • Dr. Zach Blas (London)
  • Dr. Zach Blas (London)
  • Dr. Zach Blas (London)
  • Dr. Zach Blas (London)
  • Dr. Zach Blas (London)
  • Ben Kamis (Politologe am Exzellenzcluster "Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen")


Presented by:
The Cluster of Excellence "The Formation of Normative Orders" in cooperation with Internet TBD and the University for Art and Design, Offenbach am Main

Performance auf der Internationalen Nachwuchskonferenz 2015 "Macht (in) der Wissenschaft: Kritische Interventionen in Wissensproduktion und Gesellschaft" des Exzellenzclusters "Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen"

Theater der Versammlung / Theatre of Assemblage (University of Bremen)

14. November 2016, 11.15 Uhr
Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
Gebäude Normative Ordnungen EG.01






Actions: Carolin Bebek, Anna Buschart-Heintz, Simon Makhali, Clara Schließler, Tom Schröpfer
Dramatic Composition: Anna Seitz
Artistic Direction: Jörg Holkenbrink


  • Theater der Versammlung, Click-Performance
  • Simon Makhali, Theater der Versammlung, Click Performance
  • Gianna M Schlichte
  • Theater der Versammlung, Click-Performance
  • carolin Bebek, Theater der Versammlung, Click Performance
  • Flaminia Bartolinia, Reflektion der Click Performace Theater der Versammlung
  • Anna Buschart-Heintz, Reflektion der Click Performace Theater der Versammlung
  • Theater der Versammlung

Exzellenzcluster “Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen” Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

Keynote Address - "Digital <Dis>Orders" - 7th Annual Graduate Conference Cluster of Excellence "The Formation of Normative Orders"

Prof. Dr. Louise Amoore

Thursday, 17 November, 19:00-20:00

Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Campus Westend, Building "Normative Orders", EG.01














Whether in Intuitive Surgical’s Vinci surgical robots or in the geopolitics of automated weaponry, drones, and intelligence gathering, machine learning algorithms and operatives are trained for future action via the patterns of ingested past data. What kind of ethics is possible in the context of the intuitive learning of a posthuman composite? Can this form of cognition and action be meaningfully held accountable? As Katherine Hayles has written, “what is lethal is not the  posthuman as such, but the grafting of the posthuman onto a liberal humanist view of the subject.” Thus, as contemporary legal cases proliferate, they persistently seek an identifi able human subject to call to account—a specifi c surgeon who made a mistake, a particular drone pilot or analyst who wrongfully targeted—who is often called the “human in the loop” of semi-supervised machine learning. Yet, machine learning is precisely changing the nature of what it means to be human, so that the errors of a neural net must involve an expanded and distributed sense of ethics. In this work I propose an alternative mode of ethics capable of responding to the intuitive learning of human and algorithm.

Louise Amoore is a Professor at the Department of Geography at Durham University. She researches and teaches in the areas of global geopolitics and security, and has particular interests in how contemporary forms of data, analytics and risk management are  changing the techniques of border control and security. Amoore has been awarded a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship (2016-18) for work on her upcoming monography, ’Ethics of Algorithm’. Her previous book projects include ’Algorithmic Life: Calculative Devices in the Age of Big Data’ (2015) and ’The Politics of Possibility: Risk and Security Beyond Probability’ (2013).


Presented by:
The Cluster of Excellence "The Formation of Normative Orders" in cooperation with Internet TBD and the University for Art and Design, Offenbach am Main

The Power of/in Academia: Critical Interventions in Knowledge Production and Society

13-14 November 2015

Knowledge production and social transformation are closely intertwined. Academic scholarship plays a crucial role in analyzing and critiquing social, economic, ecological, and political developments, while simultaneously, however, being inextricably linked to its social context and its inherent relations of power and domination. Scrutinizing the link between social critique and scholarship also entails the critical examination of the tools applied in analyzing social phenomena, which in turn lay the basis for academic social critique. Scientific methods of gaining knowledge not only co-constitute and shape the object of research, but also the kind of knowledge that is produced. The ontological and epistemic structure of knowledge production is, therefore, never given, but shaped by power relations.
We look forward to facilitating a dialogue with you on these topics, and especially the following questions: in what forms and on which normative basis can academia criticize society and can society criticize academia? How can critical perspectives on the role of academia in social processes be facilitated? What role does the methodological and ethical reflection of one’s procedures and practices play? Are research ethics the appropriate tool to challenge historically anchored and normalized relations of power and domination?
Challenging the format of the academic conference and engaging with non-normative forms of knowledge dissemination and critique is one of the aims of our conference. Apart from the discussion in the panels, we therefore invite you to reflect on and discuss these topics in the formats of the Knowledge Café and of the Open Space. We consider these two moments a constitutive part of our conference and encourage you to debate questions of common concern in an open and non-hierarchical way. On Friday evening, Prof. Dr. Dieter Mersch (ZHdK Zürich) will deliver the first keynote speech on “Aesthetic Criticism. On the Wisdom of Art”. On Saturday morning, we will continue reflecting on the possibility of performative forms of knowledge production and critique together with the team of Theater der Versammlung/Theatre of Assemblage. After a second round of panels, on Saturday evening, Prof. Yvonna S. Lincoln (Texas A&M University) will deliver the second keynote speech on “Threat Levels: Qualitative Research Ethics, Power and Neoliberalism’s Context”. Afterwards, we warmly invite you to celebrate together with us with a dinner and a party.
For our young and interdisciplinary organizing team, working together in preparing this conference has been an enriching and constructive experience. We wish for the conference to become an occasion for reflection and inspiration for all participants and to hopefully be the starting point of a longer and fruitful exchange with you. We wish you a great conference and a nice time in Frankfurt!
The organizing team would like to thank all discussants and colleagues at the Cluster and its partner institutions, who made this conference possible through their continuing support. We especially thank the Goethe Graduate Academy (GRADE), the GraduiertenCenter Sozialwissenschaften (GRASOC) and the Cornelia Geothe Center for Women's and Gender Studies (CGC) for their generous support of the conference! Many thanks!

The organizing team


Participation is free of charge, but previous registration is required. Please register until Wednesday, 11 November 2015, by writing an e-mail to Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!

Presented by:
Cluster of Excellence "The Formation of Normative Orders"

Programme and further information (pdf): click here...



Friday, 13 November 2015

8:30-9:00, Registration
Normative Orders building Lobby

09:00-09:45 Welcome
Normative Orders building EG.01

Welcome Adress
Rebecca Caroline Schmidt (Managing Director of the Cluster of Excellence “The Formation of Normative Orders”)
Prof. Dr. Nicole Deitelhoff (Coordinator of the International Graduate Program, Cluster of Excellence “The Formation of Normative Orders”)
Theater der Versammlung/Theatre of Assemblage: „One of Them …“ Guide for an Exclusion in Style
Actions: Carolin Bebek, Simon Makhali, Tom Schröpfer
Artistic Direction: Jörg Holkenbrink

9:45-11:15 Knowledge Café
Normative Orders building EG.01

11:15-11:30 Coffee Break
Normative Orders building Lobby

11:30-13:00 Panels

University as space of power
Normative Orders building 5.01
Katarina Froebus: The Academic Production of Critique – University as a Place for Critique?
Zubair Ahmad and Luis Manuel Hernandez Aguilar: Secular Power and Disciplinary Effects: Reflections on the Institutionalization of “Islamic” Theology at German Universities
Ilka Sommer: The Violence of the Collective (Non-)Recognition of Foreign Qualifications in Germany and the Impossibility of Thinking Knowledge (Production) as Being of Equal Value
Anne Reiff, Janina Hirth, Miranda Loli and Kristina Weil: Cluster of Excellence Goes Congo

Artistic Research/Künstlerisches Forschen
(Panel with Presentations in German)
Normative Orders building 5.02
Sebastian Mühl: What Kind of Research, what Kind of Knowledge? Artistic Research!
Philipp Schulte and Falk Rößler: Against Functionalization. Under Which Conditions can Artistic Research Become an Aesthetic Critique of the Academic Production of Knowledge?

13:00-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-15:30 Panels

Relations between Society and Academia
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Lisa Katharina Bogerts: What are you Looking at? How Scholars use Visuals but Have no Clue About it
Matthias C. Kettemann: The Power and Legitimacy of Academia in Internet Governance Processes
Felicitas Heßelmann: Knowledge and Secrets: Legitimizing Scientific Sanctions for Cases of Misconduct
Sebastian Levi: Belief Selection in International Politics – A Cross-Country Analysis of Causal Beliefs on the Financial Crisis 2007-2009

Representations of Critique/Darstellungen von Kritik
(Panel with Presentations in German)
Normative Orders building 5.02
Katharina Herrmann: On the Problem of Contradicting - A Subject Critical Analysis of Critical Formation of Theory
Tobias Albrecht: ”…that the Essay as a Literary Form has a Natural Affinity to the Exercises I Have in Mind“ – On Some ‘Methodological‘ Similarities between Arendt and Adorno
Magdalena Scherl: From Theory to Parody – Subversive Practices of Writing
Janoš Klocke: Spaces without Borders. Places of Criticism Following Foucault and Adorno

15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
Normative Orders building 5th Floor

16:00-17:30 Panels

Subjectivity and Resistance
Normative Orders building 5.01
Agnes Wankmüller: Can a Particular Ethical Practice, Such as Self-Governing According to Foucault, Inform and Spark Social Protest and Critical Research?
Mattia Mossali: Fighting against Gender Categorization: the Complexity of Subjectivity.
Sophie Künstler: “We are not Poor” – Power Effects of Knowledge Production and (Im-)Possibilities for Critique Within the Research about the Poor

Models of Critical Theory/Modelle Kritischer Theorie
(Panel with Presentations in German)
Normative Orders building 5.02
Annika Weinert: Knowledge-Slash-Power’. The Nexus between Knowledge and Power in Early ANT
Christoph Haker: The Practice of Paradoxization in Critical Theory
Martin Meng: Two Frankfurt Schools – Approaches on Synthesizing
Ricardo Pagliuso Regatieri: Civilization: Singular or Plural?

17:30-18:00 Break
Normative Orders building Lobby

18:00-19:30 Keynote
by Prof. Dr. Dieter Mersch: “Aesthetic Criticism. On the Wisdom of Art.”
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19:30-22:00 Reception
Normative Orders building Lobby

Saturday, 14 November 2015

09:30-11:00 Panels

Ethical Challenges in Qualitative Research, Fieldwork and Method(ologies) I
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Federico Trentanove and Chiara Santoro: Going through Vulnerability as an Ethic Choice: to Keep the “Scientific” Distance Interchanging the Research Protagonist
Sinah Theres Kloß: Experiencing Danger during Fieldwork: Self-Defense, Power Relations, and Ethical Challenges of the (Gendered) Ethnographer
Sebastian Garbe: “The Proof of the Pudding is in the Eating” – Knowledge Production as Political Praxis in the Context of Transnational Solidarity
Nina Schneider: Pluralizing History: Resistance to Epistemic Violence in the Americas

Critical Epistemologies
Normative Orders building 5.02
Florian Muhle and Tobias Conradi: Perspectives of Critique
Lokeshwari Dasgupta: Dance in the World of Academia
Dror Pimentel: Beuys as Philosopher: The Aporia of Fat

11:00-11:15 Coffee Break
Normative Orders building 5th Floor

11:15-12:45 C COPY A, ENCRYPTED
Normative Orders building EG.01

Click-Performance by Theater der Versammlung/Theatre of Assemblage
Actions: Carolin Bebek, Anna Buschart-Heintz, Simon Makhali, Clara Schließler, Tom Schröpfer
Dramatic Composition: Anna Seitz
Artistic Direction: Jörg Holkenbrink

12:45-13:30 Lunch Break
Normative Orders building Lobby

13:30-15:00 Panels

Ethical Challenges in Qualitative Research, Fieldwork and Method(ologies) II
Normative Orders building 5.01
Matti Traußneck: Critical Science - Reflections on Ideology, Science and the Scientists in the Context of Racism Studies
Gwendolyn Gilliéron and Sevda Can Güneş: Reciprocal Process of Attribution in the Research Practice
Kira Nierobisch: Forgotten Questions? Ethics and Responsibility in Narration-Analytical Procedures of Biography Research
Magnus Frank: The Pedagogy of the Others – Self-critical Questions on a Migration-societal Ethnography  

Critical Guided Tour of the Campus
Florian Zabransky
Meeting point: Registration Desk, Normative Orders building Ground Floor

15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
Normative Orders building 5th Floor

15:30-17:00 Open Space
Normative Orders building EG.01

17:00-17:15 Break
Normative Orders building Lobby

17:15-18:45 Keynote
by Prof. Dr. Yvonna S. Lincoln: “Threat Levels: Qualitative Research Ethics, Power and Neoliberalism's Context”
Normative Orders building EG.01

19:00-20:00 Dinner
Normative Orders building Lobby

20:00-2:30 Party
Normative Orders building 5th Floor


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