As an infrastructure Planetary Campus is the container for several activities initiated by the DAI, including
Weavers, be they birds, textile workers or art writers, go by twisting and turning while combining particles, yarn or words into a whole. They create structure and make sense by interlacing.
Weaver 2.0 asks students to report on their partaking in each of the five regular DAI weeks (in 2022-2023: November, January, March, April and May) by means of five tentatively, written reflections; personal insights and learnings in relation to what has been offered, organized and shared by tutors and fellow students. Ideally the texts glue together self-evaluation and a student's Dai Week log, diary or notebook.
Directly following each (regular) DAI week:
*each student hands in a report of minimum 400 words – maximum 1000 words in which they are asked to introspectively reflect on their participation and learning goals during that week. Send it to: WEAVER@dutchartinstitute.eu
*during absence (for professional reasons): write from a distance, eventually also looking at your other activities of that same week and how they potentially relate to study/research in the Factory 2.0, Kitchen, COOP Study Groups and HTDTWT.
*during absence (when due to health issues): we ask you to write from a distance, eventually also looking at other activities of that same week and how they potentially relate to study/research in the Factory 2.0, Kitchen, COOP Study Groups and HTDTWT. That is: if you can.... If not, we will, together with you, think of an alternative trajectory.
* your Weaver 2.0 reports will be collected digitally and archived on your ‘closed’ student -page on the DAI's webite – accessible (only) to those directly related to your study trajectory (including your tutors, please keep this in mind while writing).
*Nikos Doulos is the co-ordinator of Weaver 2.0.
* to see how Weaver 2.0 is embedded in the DAI Art Praxis exam regulations you are advised to consult our SYLLABUS 2022-2023