Installations and Art at LOGOI and PACT – PoM Recap #4

It has been more than month since c:o/re hosted the PoM conference “Lifelikeness & beyond” . As this sizeable and, while still new, already renown conference produced many lively discussions in a creative interrogation of the dialog between life sciences and technology studies, we want to share our retrospective reflections on it through a series of focused posts.

Alongside the PoM main program of keynotes, talks, lectures and workshops, the conference was accompanied by art and installations displayed at the LOGOI Institute for Philosophy and Discourse in Aachen. Also part of the conference, the choreographic centre PACT Zollverein in Essen provided the program ‘’ , which consisted of six artistic positions in the form of performance, installation, discourse and sound.

These contributions showed in various ways how philosophical, technical and bioscientific topics can be artistically thought and implemented. They enabled critical dialog and reflection on artistic methods and results between artists, scientists from different disciplines and the public.

If you would like to learn more about any of the contributions, take a look at the PoM program and


‘’ at PACT Zollverein

Unless otherwise indicated, photos by Jana Hambitzer

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