Monday, 10 December 2018

06.12.18 | tag: St.Erme

9:00 - 10:00

Breakfast

Room at PAF: breakfast kitchen first floor

10:00 - 13:00

Planetary Campus: The Kitchen ~ face-to-face meetings

Individual meetings of Gabriëlle Schleijpen with this week’s Kitchen presenters, today with Matthew Wang, Julian Fricker, Harun Morrison, Martina Mächler, Hannah O’Flynn, Polly Wright. 

Please find the schedule here

Room at PAF: 101 

10:00 - 13:00

Making Nothing Out of Something: Improvising writing and publishing in relation to practices of resistance

Today with Jorinde Seijdel & Florian Göttke

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The Immemorial Body: Betraying Carmelo Bene in Nine Acts

Today with Sara Giannini, Arnisa Zeqo & Geo Wyeth.

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Banquet X: Climate Change and Speculative Gastronomy 

Today with Aslak Aamot Kjaerulff & Jenna Sutela

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Unmapping Eurasia

Today with Mi You & Lucie Tuma

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AGENCY - Everyday practice and global power

Today with Navine G.Khan-Dossos & Sophia Al Maria

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Peekaboo - Looking Askance At Issues Of Childhood Connected To Nation

Today with María Berríos & Tina Gverović

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Curating Positions: Logics of Montage. In Between the Cinematic Apparatus and the Exhibition

Today with Leire Vergara & Beatriz Cavia

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13:00 - 14:00

Communal lunch cooked by Christian Töpfner assisted by DAI alumna Pitchaya Ngamcharoen

Room at PAF: DAI Dining Room in the basement

14:00 - 17:00

COOP Study Groups continued

14:00 - 18:00

Planetary Campus: The Kitchen ~ face-to-face meetings

Individual meetings of Gabriëlle Schleijpen with this weeks kitchen presenters Matthew Wang, Julian Fricker, Harun Morrison, Martina Mächler, Hannah O’Flynn, Livio Casanova, Anastasia McCammon, Irati Irulegui Otermin, Edel O'Reilly, Marc Norbert Hörler, Polly Wright

Please find the schedule here

Room at PAF:101

18:30 - 19:30

Communal dinner cooked by Christian Töpfner assisted by DAI alumna Pitchaya Ngamcharoen

Room at PAF: DAI Dining Room in the basement

19:30 -

COOP Study Groups continued

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