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The word crisis stands for another cognate of aporia and paradox. It is related to a turning point that has to turn either one way or another.
I see Taumeln - or “dizziness” - as having five dimensions: firstly there is the deliberately cultivated technique of Taumeln, or meandering, that the Socratic school practiced at the agora in Athens. Walking in a straight line leads to rigid thinking and getting stuck in tracks or a rut of some kind.
Throughout the main body of his original 1927 paper, written in German, Heisenberg used the word, "Ungenauigkeit" ("indeterminacy"), to describe the basic theoretical principle. Only in the endnote did he switch to the word, "Unsicherheit" ("uncertainty")
Extending to 'Dizziness. Navigating the Unknown' at Kunsthaus Graz, the 'Diagonale' festival shows a programme of Austrian and international short films.
Presentation and discussion with the editors of the book 'Diziness–A Resource,' Ruth Anderwald, Karoline Feyertag and Leonhard Grond and their guests: Sarah Kolb, Visting Professor of Art History, University of Salzburg and Katrin Bucher Trantow, Chief Curator and Deputy Director, Kunsthaus Graz.
Five arts-based research projcets taking place at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna will be presented and discussed. Kerstin Mey from University of Westminster and member of the Austria Science Board will give the keynote at the end of the day.