DAI-BULLETIN no 7~ public presentations by Chto Delat, The Otolith Group, Chiara Fumai, Oliver Davis.

05.04.14 | tag: Arnhem


Dear friends and relations of the DAI,

The DAI community is ready to embark on another vibrant DAI-week, this dense weaving of seminars, (publishing) classes, lectures, workshops, performances, presentations, face to face conversations and communal meals taking place in Arnhem on a monthly base. DAI-week gatherings work as an experimental learning environment, think tank, networking platform, theory camp and temporary art commune. Read the full day-to-day program for April 2014 in our BULLETIN no 7.

If you happen to be around in the Netherlands we warmly welcome you to join us for this months (semi-)public events: 

Tuesday April 8 ~ At 7:30pm we will screen 'A Border Musical' followed by a Q & A with Dmitry Vilenski, artist, writer and founding member of Chto Delat, back at DAI, this time guest lecturing upon invitation by Renée Ridgway in the context of her DAI-project Welcome To Econotopia - Commons of the Contemporary. Read more.

Wednesday April 9 ~ Join us for an evening with The Otolith Group (Kodwo Eshun and Anjalika Sagar). Following their two day long involvement with Doreen Mende's students participating in the project TRAVELLING COMMUNIQUÉ: FROM BELGRADE, SEPTEMBER 5, 1961,  the acclaimed collective (irregularly involved in our program since 2003) will present two recent works and engage in a conversation with the audience. Read more.

Thursday April 10 ~ At 19:30 we fondly welcome artist (and former DAI student) Chiara Fumai  back in our midst during one of our so-called SALON sessions.

Friday April 11 ~ Kindly hosted by Museum Arnhem (formerly MMKA) we like to present you with Cultivating the Intractable: Rancière's egalitarian (anti-)method in aesthetics and politics, a lecture by Oliver Davis curated by Jorinde Seijdel in the context of her seminar Illegal Acts. At 2:30pm Read more.

Except for the lecture at the Museum Arnhem on Friday, all events are free of charge and take place in our cozy auditorium, Kortestraat 27 in Arnhem.

We are proud to mention that during this DAI-week in April our students will not only meet and work with Dmitri Vilensky, Anjalika Sagar and Kodwo Eshun, Chiara Fumai and Oliver Davis but also with Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Vivian Ziherl, Susan Gibb, Frederique Bergholtz, Renée Ridgway,  Doreen Mende, Grant Watson, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Nick Aikens, Hadas Zemer Ben-Ari, Yolande van der Heide, Binna Choi, Maureen Mooren, Benjamin Thorel, Anniek Brattinga, Janine Armin, Veridiana Zurita, Alena Alexandrova, Jorinde SeijdelRebecca Sakoun, Einat Tuchman and David Weber-Krebs.

We finally like to remind you that we are again accepting applications for the 2014-2016 academic term. We will warmly welcome your informed recommendations and of course highly appreciate it if you can connect us to parties, interested in finding out more about our quite exceptional program, continuously shaped and re-shaped not only by a wealth of individual practitioners, but also by 3 of the most outstanding, progressive and perceptive professional platforms, based in the Netherlands. It is an ongoing pleasure to be able to team up with Casco, Office for Art, Design and Theory, If I Can't Dance I Don't Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution and the Van Abbemuseum.

On behalf of tutors, staff, partners and students 

I wish you all the best,

Gabriëlle Schleijpen

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