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All seminars, study groups, student led classes, lectures, travels, events and all other happenings that occured during the DAI's extraordinary itinerary through time and places are archived here, more or less chronologically, per academic year. PAST "begins" in August 2022 and moves backward till 2003, step, by leap, by step.
PAST as a content- oriented archive is for ever under construction and thus always incomplete.
Should you, alumn, (former) (guest) tutor or otherwise stakeholder in a DAI-project or event of the past, be in the possesion of any (textual, visual or aural) materials that could help us document "all things DAI", you are most welcome to contact Gabriëlle Schleijpen.
Alternative ways of finding access to the DAI's PAST:
Also part of DAI's rich PAST & archived yes, absolutely, although not under ARCHIVES:
In order to encourage and support the active participation and commitment of the students in and to the prospective Roaming Assembly editions, the Factory offers a variety of workshops and seminars.
2016 - 2017: MAELSTROM SLOW DANCE ~ We are thrilled to present video excerpts, combined with written reports on 24 Acts, which took place in Arnhem in the presence of esteemed guest respondents Ray Brassier and Gabi Ngcobo as well as DAI's theory tutors Bassam El Baroni, Rachel O'Reilly and Marina Vishmidt.
2016-2017 On praxis an unstated theory. (Writing out loud). Tutorial team: Jon Mikel Euba and Susan Gibb. Partner: If I Can't Dance I Don't Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution. Including a ten-day work period in Morocco , spending five nights in Cassablanca working at the contemporary dance space Espace Darja, and the following five nights working in the Atlas Mountains near Ait Ben Haddou.
Nick Aikens, project leader and Charles Esche and Annie Fletcher as co-tutors
Partner: Van Abbemuseum
Guests: Will Bradley, Charl Landvreugd, Rasheed Araeen, Lucy Steeds a.o.