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Future Ancestors COOP tutor Rory Pilgrim writes us: "Dear Friends ~ I hope you are all well as Autumn comes to the north and Spring to the south. I am happy to share the opening of my exhibition this Saturday, 29thOctober 2022: RAFTS, andriesse-eyck galerie, Amsterdam. From 29thOctober - 17thDecember. Travelling from Serpentine Gallery, London the exhibition will show my most recent film and series of paintings, drawings and objects, featuring work also by those I was lucky to work with over the last 2 years to create the film. Furthermore I am also happy to share a special one-off concert in London of RAFTS: Live......." (read more)
Please join Aarti Sunder (DAI, 2015) and former DAI theory tutor (till 2017) Doreen Mende on October 27, 2022 at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt for "The Missed Seminar": a situated reading of transcontinental world-making practices that reveal and upset the continuities of the Cold War’s extreme binarism: an exhibition, conversations and an installation unfold a study towards a political imaginary today. The Missed Seminar: metabolizes archival material of the life, thought, writings and relationships of the Black feminist, anthropologist and African-American photographer Eslanda Robeson. Departing from her friendship with the German-Jewish Marxist philosopher Franz Loeser and their encounters in East Berlin in 1963, the curatorial study asks: What if their exchange had been the framework for a seminar to come?
On 27th October 2022, Kate Cooper invites London-based writer and curator Rahila Haque and Amsterdam-based artist Jort van der Laan (DAI, 2011) to perform texts from their respective research practices considering social, political and military notions of immunity, vulnerability, sovereignty and embodied practice. This live event extends an ongoing collaboration between Cooper, Haque and van der Laan, expanding the video works with voice and the bodies of the gathering audience. As part of "super feelings episode 4: Kate Cooper – Sanctuary Sites" at De Appel.