Raphael Daibert ~ Keywords: cosmovisions, nature, queerness, articulation, praxis, collectivity, curating, anti-coloniality, performance studies, art education, worlding, mediation, global south, collaboration
Raphael Daibert is a Brazilian artist, curator, educator and researcher based in Berlin. His practice majorly focuses on artistic research and collective anti-hegemonic art projects. He is one of the founding members of the curatorial collective Cruising Curators in Berlin, which stemmed from his participation in the 11th Berlin Biennale’s Curatorial Workshop How now to gather. Together with the artists Clara Laila Abid Alsstar and Mako Sangmongkhon, they organize an anti-racist art education working group entitled Third Space: Disordering the Mess, that was hosted at the Lenbachhaus throughout the year of 2021, in Munich, and continues its work in different formats. As a researcher, Raphael is part of the DFG-Research Training Group “Cultures of Critique” at Leuphana University Lüneburg as a PhD candidate and of the para-educational research seminar at HFBK University of Fine Arts Hamburg with Nora Sternfeld, where he was invited to publish an article about his current research Lifting the Sky: Practices in Contemporary Brazil to Sustain Worlds Otherwise – also the title of Raphael's DAI thesis, supervised by Hypatia Vourloumis.
Raphael Daibert is currently research associate at the Institute of Philosophy and Art History at Leuphana University Lüneburg, in Germany, where he also teaches.
Learn more about Raphael Daibert's 20 minute presentation Multiplicity of Resonant Disruption – Act I: Cacophony for the AEROPONIC ACTS 2020 - DAI's 3 day lectures marathon at Radio Kootwijk, August 2020.
Learn more about Raphael Daibert's written MA thesis (DAI, 2020): Lifting the Sky: Practices in Contemporary Brazil to Sustain Worlds Otherwise (see also the link in the bio to Raphael's recent article for the para-educational research seminar at HFBK University of Fine Arts Hamburg)
Raphael Daibert is an alumni member of the DAI's Admission Committee.
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