Marit Brademann

"Resonance is a mode of responsive relation, a vibrating wire to the world. Responsive world relations constitute a good life."

Hartmut Rosa


Marit Brademann is interested in the human body as a vessel to access experiential, performative, cognitive, social and ecological questions. She believes in the transcendental power of moving together. Find out more about her projects, research interest, as well as philosophical musings on this site.

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Marit shares insights and experiences about her artistic and pedagogical practice fused with contemporary sociological, psychological and philosophical elements.

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What the dormouse said: how the sixties counterculture shaped the personal computer industry by JohnMarkoff

What the Dormouse Said is the revisionary back- story of Silicon Valley; in particular, the roots of the current model of human interface with personal com- puters (video screen, keyboard, mouse) and the early stabs at creating the Internet. Markoff is a long-standing hi-tech reporter for the New York Times who, over the past 20 years, has co-written three computer-related books