DAI Week nr. 4 ~ Arnhem, Athens, Berlin, Bilbao, Utrecht and Amsterdam | Wongema | Schiermonnikoog. February 22 till March 1, 2022
Persevering through heavy winds and rain and while engaging in a multifaceted study of six HTDTWT seminars, two Academic Writing sessions, nineteen KITCHEN presentations and a multitude of student led activities, we have officially round up our prolific third DAI week for this Academic Year.
We graciously wave goodbye to Arnhem and Buitencentrum Overasselt (for now) as we set to embark on our forthcoming week.
DAI WEEK 4 arrives immediately after and it set to unravel its prospects in multiple locations in the Netherlands and beyond. Dedicated exclusively to our COOPs, these six days of study find our six study groups landing in Athens, Bilbao, Berlin, Amsterdam, Utrecht and Arnhem in a first-ever-chance to visit the 'headquarters' of our six partner institutions.
We express our gratitude to Bulegoa/zb, Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons, If I Can't Dance I Don't Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution, SAVVY Contemporary, sonsbeek20-24 and State of Concept for welcoming our proposal to host COOP in their home-cities and in close proximity to their base.
COOP study groups:
(in partnership with Bulegoa/zb, Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons, If I Can't Dance I Don't Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution, SAVVY Contemporary, sonsbeek20-24, State of Concept.)
Amal Alhaag, Akinbode Akinbiyi, Marwa Arsanios, Aline Baiana, Ifor Duncan, Sagal Farah, Leon Filter, iLiana Fokianaki, Billy Fowo, Iñaki Garmendia, Yoeri Guepin, Risa Horn, Krista Jantowski, Stefanos Levidis, Cengiz Mengüç, Snejanka Mihaylova, Rory Pilgrim, Ying Que, Petra Randewijk, Milone Reigman, Collective Rewilding, Romy Rüegger, Dima Stefanova, Marianna Takou, Leire Vergara. Remote: Sammy Baloji, Bronwyn Bailey-Charteris and Vivien Sansour. COOP coordinated by Nikos Doulos (DAI, 2008).
DAI Week #4 Crew (making it all possible):
*senior program co-ordinator hospitality & care | emergency response certificate holder: Jacq van der Spek.
*senior program co-ordinator work spaces | technical support: Peter Sattler (DAI, 2016).
*co-ordinator travel arrangements Vinita Gatne (DAI, 2019) with our travel agent Hemminkways and our bookkeeper & financial assistant Corine van der Wal, while Rik Fernhout keeps track of any possible formal or official hurdles on DAI's pathways, in relation to travel-, health- and exam-regulations.
The detailed day-to-day program for the entire week is to be found below, under each COOP title.
PLEASE RETURN TO THE LINKS ON A DAILY BASIS AS THE SCHEDULE MAY BE UPDATED
Tuesday 22 ~ Departure from Buitencentrum Overasselt to COOP locations
08:00 SHARP Bus departure from Buitencentrum to Arnhem station for student participants of:
- On Tradition - Future Ancestors 2: Rurality and Law
- The Covent of the Care-full
- SOIL IS AN INSCRIBED BODY: on Agropoetics, Land Struggles and the Aesthetics of Sovereignty
From Arnhem groups travels to Amsterdam, Berlin and Schiphol airport.
10:00 SHARP Bus departure from Buitencentrum to Arnhem station for student participants of:
- A Blues For Essential Workers
- You fed me when I was hungry: Food Commons and Ecology of Belonging
- Curating Positions: Nostalgia for the light*: Struggles’ Reverberations in Cinema
From Arnhem groups travels to Utrecht and Schiphol airport. A Blues For Essential Workers remains in Arnhem.
Wednesday 23 - Monday 28 ~ COOP
AMSTERDAM/WONGEMA/SCHIERMONNIKOOG: COOP study group ~ On Tradition - Future Ancestors 2: Rurality and Law
Tuesday 1 March ~ DEPARTURE