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The paper edition of MetropolisM (August / September 2023) not only contains a text about Clara Amaral (DAI, 2019) and her book/choreography. There is also Jan Pieter 't Hart (DAI, 2022) who contributed the text Digitale distributie / Het online/ offline netwerk van Trust for which he engaged in conversations with several members of Berlin based para-institutional community Trust.
August 2023: the latest paper-edition of MetropolisM (Dutch language based Art Magazine) contains a portrait of Clara Amaral (DAI, 2019) and a reflection on her book / performance-script "She gave it to me I got it from her" ( which includes objects for which she collaborated with Olga Micińska (DAI, 2018)). The book was published by the Amsterdam based art initiative "Kunstverein". Domeniek Ruyters ( the author of the article) writes:" In these times where publishing needs to be for profit and is therefore increasinly dependent on the optimisation of reader outreach, this symbolic investment in in-depth attention is admirable. It shows that alternative economies of readership are possible - economies that are more connected to the nature and the meaning of "reading" than to the number of likes in the pageview statistics."
Interesting to see how the Juxtapose Art Fair, a Danish-international biennial for artist-run exhibition spaces and other independent projects brings together different DAI generations and positions: our incoming student Foad Alijani (DAI, 2025) from Iran is invited to participate with his curatorial platform, Paadmaan projects, which, in collaboration with Denmark's Signe Vad, invites to a picnic that takes life with the difficult climate issues of the time. Concurrently Vita Buivid ( DAI, 2020) and "with the rubbles of old palaces" from Berlin, whose director is Hannah O'Flynn (DAI, 2020) present The Critical Drinking Curriculum, which takes the form of a series of public events that look at alcohol as a political substance, as well a place of intersection for the relationship between the body and the State. If you happen to be in Denmark, join these and many other initiatives on 1, 2 or 3 September 2023.