Friday 7 December, 2018

06.12.18 | tag: St.Erme

9:00 - 10:00

Breakfast groundfloor kitchen

10:00 – 13:00

How To Do Things With Theory ~ seminars

Contemporary Art and Discontent

Seminar led by Ghalya Saadawi

Room at PAF: ground floor - the room is marked 

Xenogenesis: Critical Theory and Science Fiction

Seminar with Hypatia Vourloumis

Room at PAF: .... floor - the room is marked 

Frontiers and Mediality: The S/O Function

Seminar with Anselm Franke

Room at PAF: first floor - the room is marked 

Incomputable

Seminar with Antonia Majaca

Room at PAF: ground floor - the room is marked 

Feedback Forms

Seminar with Ana Texeira Pinto

Room at PAF: ....... floor - the room is marked 

At the Limits of the Writerly: Queer Theory and the Critique of Energy

Seminar with Rachel O’Reilly

Room at PAF: ground floor - the room is marked 

13:00 – 14:00

Communal lunch cooked by Christian Töpfner assisted by DAI alumna Pitchaya Ngamcharoen distributed from the kitchen. 

14:00 – 16:00

How To Do Things With Theory ~ face-to-face meetings continued in their classrooms
with Ghalya Saadawi, Hypatia Vourloumis, Anselm Franke, Antonia Majaca, Ana Texeira Pinto & Rachel O'Reilly

16:00 - 18:00

Planetary Campus: Factory workshops

The Art's Room ~ Towards Roaming Assembly #23
Workshop curated by Pedro G. Romero and Leire Vergara, this week led by Leire Vergara

Room at PAF: 

Justice Economy: The Dramaturgy of Debt and Indebtedness ~ Towards Roaming Assembly #25
Workshop curated by Rana Hamadeh, this week led by Renée Ridgway

Room at PAF: 

Island Partisans, Anarchists, Bandits and Pirates: Local histories as a guide for politically conscious practices ~ Towards Roaming Assembly #26
Workhop curated iLiana Fokianaki, this week led by Julia Morandeira Arrizabalaga

Room at PAF: 

Beyond Fictocriticism
Workshop curated and led by David Maroto

Room at PAF: 

18:30 -19:30

Communal dinner cooked by Christian Töpfner assisted by DAI alumna Pitchaya Ngamcharoen at DAI Dining Room in the basement

19:30 - 21:30

Planetary Campus: Factory workshops Continued

 

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