DAI-bulletin 2005-2006 number seven April 2006
This is the seventh issue of the monthly DAI-bulletin in the academic year 2005-2006, informing you about our program, about important dates and events
Students: please, PRINT THIS TEXT and keep it with you as an extension to your diary.
Alterations and additions to the program will be e-mailed to you.
SO PLEASE READ YOUR E-MAILS EVERY DAY.
THIS TIME IT IS PRIVATE:
News on alumni and/ or current students and/or lecturers (you are all are most welcome to send in your announcements).
- Till April 9 – Nagroen is an exhibition of alumnus Sara Pessoa to be seen in Galerie De Zwarte Panter in Antwerpen. www.artsite.be/zwartepanter
- LINK, zeitgenossische Kunst und Fotografie shows works by current DAI-student Kristiina Koskentola.
The exhibition is entitled Some Body and is to be seen from March 20 till april 30 in the Lindenstrasse 97a in Düsseldorf. Phone: 0211-4209615.
- Current DAI-student Julian Scaff informs us that his alter ego Bob Reckon is back in the saddle again: April 17, 2006, 19:00 London time.
Tune in to Resonance 104.4 FM in London, U.K. or on the web at http://www.resonancefm.com/
Extreme Frequency Café by Bob Recon.
60 minutes. Part travel log, part soundscape.
Bob Recon takes us on a journey from an art exhibition in the eastern Netherlands to an alternative music shop in Los Angeles to the rehearsals of a sound artist in Amsterdam. Recon’s observations and contemplations are overlayed onto an aural landscape that flows seamlessly between two continents, like the airwaves of radio.
Bob Recon can be found on the web at http://www.zoopraxiscope.com/bob_recon/.
DAI graduate Marijn Akkermans participates in the exhibition Met Stip at the The Hague GEM. From all artist who received starter stipends in 2004 and 2005, director Wim van Krimpen of the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, Wim van Sinderen of the The Hague Museum of Photograpy and Roel Arkesteijn of GEM selected twenty artists whom they expect to be the stars of the future.
DAI PROGRAMME April 2006
THURSDAY April 6
Studiovisits by Debra Solomon, Rik Fernhout, John Heymans and guestlecturers Arjen Mulder and Lidwien van de Ven.
In her introverted and intense black-and-white films and photographs, Lidwien van de Ven concerns herself with ethical matters and questions about what an image can and cannot tell us: about how the visible relates to the invisible, and about the processes of registration, perception, concealing, and revealing.
Project HOLE IN THE BRAIN:
Florian Göttke and Rebecca Sakoun will be present for an appointment to see the space of the symposium in De Vrijhof on the university campus at 11.30.
After that a plenary session about the space plus meetings with each group about the portraits.
MONDAY April 10
13.30 Meeting at the Werkplaats Typografie, Agnietenplaats 2 in Arnhem between the seven DAI graduate students and the seven design students of the Werkplaats moderated and mediated by Joke Robaard.
WEDNESDAY April 12
DAI project Writing Space 2 run by guestlecturer Ansuya Blom.
Visits by Ansuya Blom from 10.30 onward at the participants Iris Tenkink, Xue Mu, Marianne Vierø, Sónia Ribeiro, Adamantia Nika and Kristiina Koskentola’s studios.
Plenary session in the Project Room at 14 PM.
Studiovisits Lisette Smits in regard to the DAI-presentation at the Kunstvlaai.
THURSDAY April 13
10.30 Presentation in the Project Room by Hala Elkoussy. Her show Peripheral (and other stories) runs till May 14 2006 at SMBA, Rozenstraat 59, Amsterdam (http://www.smba.nl)
Studiovisits by John Heymans and guestlecturer Hala Elkoussy according to schedule.
TUESDAY 18 & WEDNESDAY 19
A TWO DAY DAI-SEMINAR AS A PREPARATION FOR THE PROJECT HERE AS THE CENTRE OF THE WORLD.
Here as the Centre of the World is a transnational artistic research project initiated by the DAI for young artists from Beirut (Lebanon), Damascus (Syria), Diyarbakir (Turkey), Enschede (The Netherlands), Khartoum (Sudan) and Taipei (Taiwan).
Alite Thijsen (projectmanager HATCOTW), Gabriëlle Schleijpen, Rik Fernhout, John Heymans and Debra Solomon will be (partly) present and participate in the discussions.
TUESDAY April 18
11.00-15.30 (including lunch)
Presentations by DAI students of their research on Beirut, Damascus, Diyarbakir and Taipei will be commented upon and complemented by a panel consisting of Neil van der Linden (cultural producer largely involved in the music and culture of the Islamic world from Amsterdam to Khartoum and everywhere in between) and Henning Klöter (University Leiden).
- Damascus presentations by Juhee Youn, Xue Mu, Ruth Linnemann, Gerco Lindeboom, Susannah Mira and Viola Onderdelinden
- Diyarbakir presentations by Julian Scaff, Tsui-lun Liu, Carlijn Mens, Kristiina Koskentola, Anders Nordby and Pavlina Verouki.
- Taipei presentations by Idan Hayosh, Dagmar Kriegesmann, Jolanda Jansen, Marianne Vierø, Astrid van Peet.
- Beirut presentations by Iris Tenkink, Sónia Ribeiro, Adamantia Nika, Machteld Aardse, Vitto Alexiev and Paula Bugni.
16.00 - film from Syria
with drinks and snacks
Takh Al Sahf- Under the ceiling directed by Nidal Al-Dibs (born in Syria, 1960) (to be confirmed).
17.00-19.00 drinks and dinner
Evening film programme:
Film 1: Yol
A Kurdish masterpiece
Directed by Serif Goren and Yilmaz Guney
21.30 film 2: Hou Hsiao-hsien’s The Puppetmaster, Taiwan, 1993 (to be confirmed).
WEDNESDAY April 19
screening of some video’s and a website by artists from Beiruth
Lecture/talk by critic Lucy Cotter on her curatorial statement Here as the Centre of the World.
This text will be distuibuted amongst the DAI students in Week 15.
13.00-15.00 Plenary discussion with Lucy Cotter.
15.30- 17.30 Lecture by Marjolein Schaap on art intervention in public space.
FRIDAY APRIL 21
The outcome of the project Hole in the Brain run by Florian Göttke and Rebecca Sakoun will be presented at the Symposium Het Gat in het Brein at the University of Twente.
Place and time: De Vrijhof (gebouw 47), Universiteit Twente te Enschede from 09.30-16.30.
Portrait of Han Eulderink
Video, double screen, by Dagmar Kriegesmann, Jolanda Jansen and Viola Onderdelinden.
Portrait of Helma Dircks
Video by Carlijn Mens, Machteld Aardse, Kristiina Koskentola.
Portrait of Maria Hockers
Video by Paula Bugni, Pavlina Verouki, Sónia Ribeiro.
Portrait of Herman Smith
Domino game + video by Astrid van Peet, Ruth Linnemann
THURSDAY April 27
At 10.45 Rubén de la Nuez will give a short lecture on his current research in the Project Room.
After that he will be available for studiovisits. If you want him to visit you in your studio please send me an e-mail. Ruben de la Nuez was proposed as a guestlecturer by Alite Thijsen in relation to our upcoming project & conference Here as the Centre of the World.
Studiovisits by Florian Göttke and his students from 3 ArtEZ-academies.
16.00 drink & Q & A’s in the canteen with the course director.