DAI BULLETIN | Week 1, October 2018 in Arnhem

......A few months ago a new organ in the human body was tentitavely announced. They said it might be the largest organ. They call it the Interstitium, a network of fluid filled spaces surrounded by connective tissue that protects and connects the organs and other tissue of the body. This discovery was made visible by their shift from looking at dead bodily parts to living ones.

......I think about my body, the student body, the roaming body, about what conditions we need for our individual and collective bodies if we're mobilising their intelligences 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. I think about how functional body systems rely on communication and feedback loops from all its parts in order to know itself, I think about the importance of the connective tissue, the interstitum that binds us together, that circulates, that supports, to create the conditions to be met, to arrive, to land...into the scene, into our bodies.

......and without walls and bricks, (and in a world where we need to think beyond borders and nation states) what connective tissue needs to be woven, what invisible lines of connection needs to be made real, what practices need to be created to support us.

......How to care for our particulars while caring for our waves  

From:  Planetary Campus: Kitchen presentation by Zoe Scoglio ( DAI, 2019) on Monday 2 July, 2018 at Circuits and Currents in Athens



Between October 11 and October 15th, we will introduce our new Syllabus to our incoming (2017-2019) and returning students (2018 - 2020). In the coming days DAI-students will mingle with the DAI crew, with several new and returning COOP study group lead tutors, two returning and four new theory tutors as well as the invited guest curators the Roaming Assembly and the Factory at our Planetary Campus and with some alumni. The names of those present in Arnhem during the introduction week:

Henry AllesMarwa Arsanios, Bassam El Baroni, James Bridle, Valentina Curandi,  Nikos DoulosRik Fernhout, Leon Filter, iLiana Fokianaki, Anselm Franke,  Sara Giannini, Florian Göttke, Annie Fletcher,  Rana Hamadeh, Krista Jantowski, Navine G. Khan-Dossos, Ricardo Liong-A-Kong, Antonia Majaca, David Maroto, Pilar Mata DupontRuth Noack, Ana Teixeira Pinto, Rachel O'Reilly, Rebecca SakounGhalya Saadawi, Willem Schinkel, Gabriëlle SchleijpenJorinde Seijdel, Jacq van der Spek, Leire Vergara, Hypatia Vourloumis, Corine van der Wal, Margret Wibmer, Geo WyethMi You, and Arnisa Zeqo

In addition: Quinten Dierick (workshops ArtEZ Arnhem) and Nicoliene Lodeweges (student-counsellor at ArtEZ) will be present in the evening and are happy to connect with the DAI-students. 

Our chefs this week are: Karin Berentzen (Pick Up), Gidy van Gaans (Buitenkoken), Karin Janssen (Karen's Keuken), Larose  


DAI WEEK 1 | 11 - 15 October 2018

Location: Arnhem  

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Program per day:

Thursday, 11 October 

Friday, 12 October

Saturday, 13 October

Sunday, 14 October

Monday, 15 October