is a curated online space bringing WORLD to HOME/DAI and DAI/HOME to WORLD. Students, alumni, tutors, partners, friends and comrades are most welcome to send their announcements (visual+text separate from each other) to: WORLD@dutchartinstitute.eu
Exciting news from Itziar Okariz ~ invited tutor of DAI 2014-2015 ~ and kilo Translations (a.o. Isabel Marcos (DAI, 2013)) about publishing two new translations, both delving into the realm of dreams. Itziar’s Dromen is a Dutch translation of one year long project of artist's dream diary. Directly upon awakening, Itziar jots down her recollections of dreams, which often manifest as vivid narratives or fleeting impressions.
THIS IS AN OPEN CALL shared by Foad Alijani (DAI, 2025): Paadmaan Video Event is an open-ended, alternative platform for video screenings with itinerant venues, cultural engagement and discourse of interdisciplinary forms in video. Born in Tehran, based in Amsterdam, organized by Paadmaan Projects. In the third edition, its curatorial perspective is focused on work that explores the phenomenon of dreams and dreaming, as well as anomalous and extraordinary forms of the imagination. PVE3 welcomes submissions that delve into the realms of dream states and dreaming, as well as fantastical facets of the imagination. At DAI we are thrilled to see 3 current DAI students among the members of the jury !! Deadline: March 30, 2024
February 2 from 19:00 -22:00: join Harun Morrison (DAI, 2020) at W139 for the opening of The Spell of the Sensuous, the Sonic Acts Biennial 2024. Harun's contribution consists of two collaborative projects. We are so happy to see that for the evolving multi-authored publication Environmental Justice Questions, Harun teamed up with Olivia Abächerli (DAI, 2019) who contributed the drawings for 50 loose leaf cards. Which song reminds you of the collapse of our planet? Whose fantasies are we living in? Environmental Justice Questions is a compilation of questions for discussion and debate. A range of activists, writers, artworkers, architects, chefs, natural historians, and horticulturalists were invited to propose a question that could stimulate conversation. In a workshop on the third of February from 12:30–14:30, Harun invites you to engage in collective conversations and small-group discussions around questions chosen from this ongoing project.