Location: Jakarta Biennale 2015, Gudang Sarinah, Jl. Pancoran Timur ll No4
Pancoran, Jakarta Selatan
There will be AC (especially installed for our final sessions) to keep our brains cool.
DAI & MKMK team up for an experiment in reading and thinking together. The participants/students will join Marina Vishmidt's and Rachel O'Reilly's existing ‘How to Do Things with Theory’ seminars, including their set readings, into one combined and improvised session.
The session will address political form in art and writing, drawing in particular on the writings of poet and theorist Fred Moten, to discuss more broadly relationships set up between poetics and infrastructure by the Jakarta biennale through its artistic and curatorial elements.
For READING LIST click here
Following the DAI / MKMKA Academies Seminar, Poetics and Infrastructures of Political Form, there will be a talk by Brett Neilson open to the general public.