The mLAB is an experimental space that encourages researchers and students to test new forms of transdisciplinary collaboration. The aim is to make new media, art and digital technologies an integral part of research activities, to reflect on them critically and to develop unorthodox coalitions of aesthetics and geography. Besides making research results visible for a non-academic public, the focus is also on sensorial routes of knowledge creation.
The mLAB was initiated by the units Critical Sustainibility Studies and Social and Cultural Geography and is currently run by the artist Mirko Winkel. It comprises a large team of scholars and is open to the entire Institute of Geography and beyond.
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March 25-26, 2021
1st of August 2020 - 31st of March 2021
8-11 September 2020
Ab 26.02.2020 jeweils mittwochs 14:15-15:15 Uhr
Der Kurs beginnt am 30. März 2020.
Offene Ausschreibung für transdisziplinäre Forschungskooperationen zwischen Wissenschaft, Medien & Kunst.
Science on the big screen: For the first time the Global Science Film Festival takes place in Bern. On the weekend of 16 and 17 November 2019, cineMovie 1 (Quinnie) will be showing 18 current films, including 11 world and Swiss premieres.
Wednesday 15. May: presentation of podcasts
The film by Julian Seiler and Florian Seifert 'Velosituation in Bern' was selected for the 2nd Edition of the Urban Audiovisual Festival in Lisbon.
Februar, 27 13:30-14:30
March, 26 15:00-16:00
Mai, 8 13:30-14:30
From 17th-19th November 2019, the Global Science Film Festival will take in Bern for the first time.
concept/realization: Philipp Eyer
The mLab offers space for multimedia methods in research and teaching, inter- and transdisciplinary cooperation and critical examination of media and digitalization.