Institute for Uncertain Knowledge
The Institute for Uncertain Knowledge IUK Berlin is a non-profit organization producing knowledge on uncertain futures.
We investigate the cultural codes of soon-to-be risks, the images of remote futures in a practical and theoretical way. The first lead is artistic research bringing together a variety of scientific domains reflecting their approach as the production of signs, artworks, narrations, objects, metaphors or analytic formulars.
It was founded 2016 in Berlin by Svenja Schüffler, Anne Schreiber, Peter Löwe, Gregor Kanitz, a group of experts from different artistic and scientific disciplines. The Institute for Uncertain knowledge IUK Berlin acts as a forum and publishing platform supporting the anticipation, communication and cultivation of new forms of uncertainties and risks on Earth.
In this framework scientific and artistic projects and curatorial works are realized and presented. Our magazin will disseminate and archive articles, essays and theory by distinct authors and disciplines.
Check this site: http://www.institute-for-uncertain-knowledge.org/
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