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What do I know about sustainable practices? What does a practice need to be sustainable? Alejandro Cerón (DAI, 2018) brings Samantha McCulloch (DAI, 2019), Dina A. Mohamed (DAI, 2019), Bethany Crawford (DAI, 2019), Pitchaya Ngamcharoen (DAI, 2018), Marianna Maruyama (DAI, 2014) as writers together in his book: W H AT D O I K N O W ( U N ) S U S T A I N A B L E P RA C T I C E S.
Amsterdam~DAI~family: please do not miss out on Itziar Okariz’s performance Chapter 2 V.W. which sees her undertake the repeated reading of a passage from Virginia Woolf’s seminal work A Room of One's Own. On Friday 2 December, 2022 Martha Jager (DAI, 2016) and Isabelle Sully (DAI, 2017) are hosting the third event of their platform Playbill, featuring this incredible artist who happens to be a DAI ~ If I Can't Dance ~ Bulegoa z/b friend and was our guest tutor in 2016.
CALL: do you know any lullabies from the Friesland area, or instead, lullabies from other places? Especially lullabies that highlight the reality and shadow side of parenthood are of interest to the research of Sanne Kabalt (DAI, 2018), the Kunsthuis Syb resident of November and December 2022. Here, in the very North of the Netherlands, Sanne explores the historical, narrative and aural qualities of (regional and international) lullabies and intertwines them with her visual practice. Sanne, a new mother, will bring her daughter with her as a source of inspiration and primary audience. By examining lullabies, Sanne takes a historical but also current look at what society’s expectations of a mother are to this day. Your "lullaby suggestions" are most welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org. You are also welcome to stop by at Kunsthuis Syb during the weekends.