DAI-BULLETIN nr.2 ~ Roaming Assembly#1 ~ FROM INDONESIA CALLING TO LAB LABA LABA ~ October 18, 2015

13.10.15 | tag: Arnhem

 

ROAMING ASSEMBLY #1~under this umbrella DAI introduces a brand new, recuring discursive program scheduled to take place on specific Sunday afternoons as part of, and content wise closely interlinked with, our monthly DAI-week trajectory.

All upcoming ROAMING ASSEMBLIES will always be open to 'the public', so basically to anybody curious to join in (no reservations needed). Sunday October 18 we will kick it off with talks, lectures & screenings by André Stufkens (European Foundation Joris Ivens, Nijmegen), ruangrupa's Farid Rakun, artist and member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Wendelien van Oldenborgh, curator and writer Vivian Ziherl (in the flesh) & artist Tom Nicholson (via skype) plus, during the final discussion, input from DAI-student Wayne Wang-Jie Lim. Your host will be DAI-director Gabriëlle Schleijpen.

open to all ~ no entrance fee ~ location: Showroom Arnhem, Kleine Oord 177 in Arnhem.

Please find the detailed program for this week's session here: 

From Indonesia Calling to Lab Laba-Laba ~ looking at 'history' through the revolutionary lens of art and cinema.

We are furthermore thrilled to inform you that, next to Farid Rakun, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, André Stufkens and Vivian Ziherl also Nick Aikens, Lauren Alexander,  Bassam El Baroni, Jon Mikel Euba, Fernando García-Dory, Susan Gibb, Florian Göttke,  Rosie Heinrich, May Adodol Ingawanij, Annette Krauss, David Maroto, Ruth Noack,  Sanne Oorthuizen,  Rachel O'Reilly,  Padraig Robinson, Jorinde Seijdel, Marina Vishmidt and Tirdad Zolghadr will be joining us for our October DAI-week. Together with these esteemed tutors, program leaders and associate PHD-researchers, the DAI-students will embark on the 2015-2016 DAI trajectory which is best characterized as a vigorous weaving of seminars, (publishing) classes, lectures, workshops, performances, presentations, conversations and communal meals taking place in Arnhem or elsewhere on a monthly base. DAI-week gatherings work as an experimental learning environment, think tank, networking platform, theory camp and temporary art commune.

Read the details for the upcoming week in DAI-bulletin nr.2

Coming up next:

*From November 9 till 30 we (all DAI-students & core tutors) will be temporarily re-located to Jakarta.

*Please note down that Roaming Assembly #2 will happen Sunday January 10, 2016. It will be curated by Tirdad Zolghadr and Sarah Pierce in the context of their Roaming Academy project Location, Location, Location