To gain power in the information age is to win control over uncertainty. Precise accounting of contingency has become a central tenet, not only for fields of applied forecasting, but to the whole of experimental and aesthetic practice.

On March 22nd and LEAP invited practitioners and scholars from the arts and sciences to examine the crucial role simulation plays in contemporary inductive thought and the shaping of our reality.

Sascha Pohflepp, Artist, Editor

Session I

Isabell Schrickel, Media scholar, doctoral researcher at MECS, Leuphana University Lüneburg

Mahé Perrette, Doctoral researcher at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

Ralf Baecker, Artist, fellow Graduate School at the University of the Arts Berlin

Discussion Panel I: Isabell Schrickel, Mahé Perrette, Ralf Baecker, Sascha Pohflepp

Session II

Helge Peters, Doctoral researcher at the School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford University

Alvaro Urbano, Artist

Dr. Regina Peldszus, Design researcher, forthcoming fellow at MECS, Leuphana University Lüneburg

Discussion Panel II: Helge Peters, Alvaro Urbano, Dr. Regina Peldszus, Sascha Pohflepp

Session III

Dr. Baruch Gottlieb, Media artist, fellow at the Vilém Flusser Archive Berlin

Dr. Andreas Salzburger, ATLAS experiment, CERN Geneva

Discussion Panel III: Lars TCF Holdhus, Dr. Baruch Gottlieb, Sascha Pohflepp

Produced in collaberation with LEAP Berlin.