DAI bulletin 2013-2014 no 7

DAI-week number 7:

SCHEDULE DAI-WEEK 7-11 April 2014

April 7: Monday

The first day of this DAI-week is reserved for the three projects that together form the so-called COOP ACADEMY. Today the students participating in the different projects will split up and travel to Arnhem or Eindhoven.

10:45: Using the Museum, curated and tutored by the Van Abbemuseum; with project leader Nick Aikens and  guest tutor Hadas Zemer

Location: Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven

13:00: Appropriation and Dedication, curated and tutored by If I Can't Dance; with Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Vivian Ziherl and Susan Gibb

Location: DAI Reading Room

14:00: Publishing Class IV: Community in Print, curated and tutored by Casco; this month with  Yolande van der Heide, Benjamin Thorel, Maureen Mooren, Janine Armin and Anniek Brattinga (WT)

Location: Werkplaats Typografie, Arnhem

18:30-19:30 communal dinner in the DAI Cantina and (for Publishing Class IV) at the Werkplaats Typografie

19:30 - 21:00 continuation of the COOP ACADEMY (except for the Van Abbemuseum group)

April 8: Tuesday

10:00-18:00 Face to face tutorials: all students

Location: DAI spaces on all floors

One on one meetings between students and (guest) tutors. This week with:

Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Vivian Ziherl, Susan Gibb, Renée Ridgway, Dmitry Vilenski, Doreen Mende, Anjalika Sagar and Kodwo Eshun, Grant Watson, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Nick Aikens, Hadas Zemer, Yolande van der Heide, Binna Choi and Veridiana Zurita.

All students also are invited to discuss their work with peers in student-student face to face tutorials.


A program with presentations and screenings for ArtTableNederland
Students are welcome to join in- especially during Veridiana Zurita's presentation as well as for the screening of 'Bete & Deise' by Wendelien van Oldenborgh

Location: auditorium

18:30-19:30 communal dinner in the DAI Cantina

19:30-  Public screening of 'A Border Musical' followed by a Q & A with Dmitry Vilenski, artist, writer and founding member of Chto Delat


April 9: Wednesday

9:30-17:00 Roaming Research Academy: group splits up for 3 different projects

Seminar:  Welcome to Econotopia - commons of the contemporary by Renée Ridgway 

Today's guest tutor: Dmitry Vilenski

Location: DAI Project room

Seminar: Travelling Communiqué: From Belgrade, September 5, 1961 by Doreen Mende, this week with special guest attendance of The Otolith Group

Location: DAI Audi 2

Seminar: To Make a Work - Motivation, Affinity, Circumstance with Grant Watson and Wendelien van Oldenborgh

Location: DAI Reading Room

13:00-14:00 communal lunch

18:30-19:30 communal dinner

19:30- Public Screening of Sovereign Sisters (3min 47sec, 2014) and slide-projection In the year of the quiet sun (2013) followed by a conversation with the Otolith Group moderated by Doreen Mende

April 10: Thursday

Following sessions in October, November, January, February and March the The Kitchen / Not The Restaurant will now continue in a different way with 3 group and/or individual meetings on April 10, May 15 and June 16,  between (8 small groups of) students and four invited 'coaches'; Rebecca Sakoun, Yael Davids & Einat Tuchman, Chiara Fumai and David Weber-Krebs, who will each guide their group of participants towards the final round of individual lecture presentations or lecture performances and lecture installations in June upcoming.

For the division of the groups see The Kitchen / Not The Restaurant


9:30-18:30  face to face tutorials with Alena Alexandrova, Jorinde Seijdel and Oliver Davis

18:30-19:30 communal dinner

19:30: DAI-SALON with Chiara Fumai.

April 11: Friday

09:30-12:30 How To do Things With Theory:

- Seminar by Jorinde Seijdel

- Seminar by Alena Alexandrova

Due to his activities as the curator of EVA International, Ireland's Biennial, that opens on April 12th, Bassam El Baroni will not be present in the flesh this week. He will be present in May for an extended seminar. On his instigation we will screen " In This House"  a film by Akram Zaatari. Read more here.

13:00-14:00 Lunch 

14:30-16:30 DAI PUBLIC lecture: Cultivating the Intractable: Rancière’s egalitarian (anti-)method in aesthetics and politics. A talk by Oliver Davis for DAI, kindly hosted by Museum Arnhem.

Location: Museum Arnhem, Utrechtseweg 87, Arnhem

End of the DAI Program of this week