COOP ~ Curating Positions: A cut through the screen from Month to Month

Seminar 1: 22 - 24 November 2022

Bibliography:

Against Competition by Marc Fisher (2006)

Code of Contact by FAC (Feminist Autonomous Center for Research Collective) (2021)

What is Anarchism by David Graeber (2009)

The Formation of the Local Councils by Omar Aziz (2012)

Filmography:

Le f.h.a.r. by Carole Roussopoulos (1971)

Carry Greenham Home by Amanda Richardson and Beeban Kidron (1983)

Tokyo Reels by Subversive Film

Kuneitra: Death of a City by Jim Cranmer (1974)

La Nouba des Femmes du Mont Chenoua by Assia Djebar (1977)

La Borde, le droit à la folie by Igor Barrère (1977)

22th of November, TUESDAY

MORNING

10:30-11:30: Introduction to COOP by Marwa Arsanios, Leire Vergara and Leon Filter

11.30-13.00: Presentation by Marwa Arsanios

AFTERNOON

14:00-19:00: Presentation of participants’ work (20 min per person, you can choose to present a project you are working on at the moment, or something that is relevant to the COOP, or an older project that gives a good idea of your practice) 

EVENING 

20.30-22:30: Film screening: Le f.h.a.r. + Carry Greenham Home

23th of November, WEDNESDAY

MORNING

10:30-12:00: Presentation by Leon Filter

12.00-13.00: CineZines - collective viewing of tools and introduction of chronicles as toolbox

AFTERNOON

14:00-15:00: Collective Walk - Arnhem Community Gardens

15:00-19:00: Discussion of the texts Against Competition, Code of Contact, What is Anarchism? and The Formation of the Local Councils and discussion, with collective textile-diagram-mapping.

EVENING

20.30-22:30: Film screening: Kuneitra + La Nouba des Femmes du Mont

24th of November, THURSDAY

MORNING

10:30-12:00: Presentation by Leire Vergara

12.00-13.00: Continuation of the discussion of the texts

AFTERNOON

14.00-17:00: Collective walk and exercise - rotation and contact – Sonsbeek

17:00-18:00: Organizational tasks and plans (budget and how we want to spend it)

EVENING 

20.30-22:30: Film screening: La Borde, le droit à la folie by Igor Barrère (1977)

 

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