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2023-2024 COOP study group in partnership with De Appel Amsterdam ~ led by Noor Abuarafeh & Marina Christodoulidou:

Assembling Land: Rehearsals towards Place-making

Hypatia Vourloumis' 2023-2024 seminar for How To Do Things With Theory:

Anticolonial Acts

Ghalya Saadawi's 2023-2024 seminar for How To Do Things With Theory:

Counter, Revolution, Film

2023-2024 COOP study group in partnership with Neringa Forest Architecture (Nida)~ led by Egija Inzule, Jurga Daubaraitė, Jonas Žukauskas:

FOREST IS LONG-TERM

Mayra A. Rodríguez Castro's 2023-2024 seminar for How To Do Things With Theory:

Penumbra

Ana Teixeira Pinto's 2023-2024 seminar for How To Do Things With Theory:

Mean Girl Theory

2023-2024 COOP study group in partnership with If I Can't Dance I Don't Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution (Amsterdam) ~ led by Frédérique Bergholtz & Snejanka Mihaylova:

The Word and the Wound

AEROPONIC ACTS 2024 ~ curated & anchored by Giulia Crispiani & Elisa Giuliano. August 1,2,3,4 ~ Dro, Italy

We are excitedly looking forward to return to Centrale Fies, independent centre for the production of contemporary performing arts.

Factory 2.0

Platform for elective courses, initiated and led by students for students ~ as part of the accredited curriculum

Amit S.Rai's 2023-2024 seminar for How To Do Things With Theory:

For a Revolutionary Becoming of Attention: Perception, Movement, Technicity Within and Against Racial Capital

2023-2024 COOP study group in partnership with Bulegoa z/b (Bilbao) ~ led by Marwa Arsanios, Leon Filter, Leire Vergara:

Curating Positions: Stream of consciousness: between collective filmmaking and anarchist thought

Grant Watson's 2023-2024 seminar for How To Do Things With Theory:

Textile Politics: Flags, Nets, Maquettes

2023-2024 COOP study group in partnership with ARCHIVE (Berlin, Dakar, Milan) ~ led by Chiara Figone & Samira Ghoualmia:

Choreopoethics: undisciplined corporeal publishing and choreographic planning

WHY GERMANY is an international lecture series addressing the crackdown on free speech in Germany and beyond. The weekly ONLINE lectures are co-hosted by a network of institutions (including DAI) that grows over time. By means of a rolling program, it creates a space for creative, informed and considered expression. Importantly, the series will move beyond critique alone, to propose strategies for the future: which languages, alliances, policies and support systems might ensure a measure of autonomy in the longer term?

Tuesday 15 July ~ Joud al Tamimi (in Arabic) ~ Host: Wekalet Behna Alexandria