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ROAMING ASSEMBLY is an ongoing series of guest-curated public events ~ mobilizing our bodies, our intelligences ~ by means of a a state-of-the-art speculative and hybrid program.

In 2021 we continue teaming up with the curatorial team of sonsbeek20-24 on the next combined edition of our Roaming Assembly and their Council.

Factory 2.0

Platform where students can initiate, publish and lead accredited activities.

The Life and Afterlife of Fascism

Ana Teixeira Pinto's 2020-2021 seminar for HTDTWT

Queering Communism

Grant Watson's 2020-2021 seminar for HTDTWT

2020-2021 study group: Reframing Climate Colonialism: Pleasuring the Radical Imagination.

Tutor team: Ama Josephine Budge, Clementine Edwards, CJC Working Group. COOP partner: Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons, Utrecht.

The Subaltern and the “Free Negro”: Postcolonial Criticism, Afro Pessimism and the Intersectionality of Solidarity

Amit S.Rai's 2020-2021 seminar for HTDTWT

2020-2021 Study group: ReSituating and ReCalibrating Hostipitality.

Tutor Team: Akinbode Akinbiyi and Kamila Metwaly. COOP partner: SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin

2020-2021 study group: CHUSMA 2.0: A Coalition of Gossips

Tutor Team: Julia Morandeira Arrizabalaga, Francesc Ruiz. COOP partner: State Of Concept, Athens

Kitchen

Non-aligned curriculum component that offers a platform to the myriad of distinctive voices within our student body.

2020-2021 study group: On Tradition – Future Ancestors: let rhythm be your guiding light.

Tutor Team: Snejanka Mihaylova, Rory Pilgrim. COOP partner: If I Can't Dance I Don't Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution, Amsterdam

2020-2021 study group ~ Curating Positions: Bodies and Antibodies in Cinema

Tutors: Marwa Arsanios, Leon Filter, Leire Vergara. COOP partner: Bulegoa z/b, Bilbao

Witness

Ghalya Saadawi's 20-21 seminar for HTDTWT

Writing Sound/Sound Writing: Resonating Materialities II

Hypatia Vourloumis' 2020-2021 seminar for HTDTWT

At the Limits of the Writerly: Planetarity and the Persistent Reproduction of an Otherwise

Rachel O’Reilly's 2020-2021 seminar for HTDTWT