Conference organizers: Nick Butler, Lena Olaison, Bent Meier Sørensen and Sverre Spoelstra
Activist organizing and organizing activism: A post-pandemic world in the making
Organizers: Yousra Rahmouni Elidrissi, Ozan Nadir Alakavuklar, Ekaterina Chertkovskaya and Christos Giotitsas
Materialities and socialities of postcapitalism: Commons, peer to peer sharing and solidarity (POSTPONED)
Organizers: Chris Giotitsas, Lena Olaison, Ozan Nadir Alakavuklar and Karolina Mikołajewska-Zając
Organizers: Irina Cheresheva, Chris Giotitsas, Márton Rácz and Konstantin Stoborod
Measurement is a central task of capitalist organization. From the days of the industrial factory, when labour first came to be measured in hours, through to the time-motion studies under Taylorist regimes, measurement has involved the optimization of surplus value extraction from labour. During the 20th century, these techniques of measurement were complemented by more intrusive forms of quantification such as the use of psychological testing in the human relations school.
Depoliticization and the political today
Conference organizers: Ekaterina Chertkovskaya, Konstantin Stoborod and Keti Chukhrov at NCCA Moscow, Russia, 6-7 May 2015
The very first ephemera conference, ‘Web of capturing the moving mind’, which took place on a Trans-Siberian train, had Moscow as its starting point. 10 years later, ephemera is happy to announce it is going back to Moscow, so as to make our minds move again and cross all sorts of boundaries that constitute us and the worlds we inhabit.
Organizing for the post-growth economy
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Perpetual economic growth is an underlying assumption of the contemporary capitalist organization of society.