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Roaming Assembly videos
Hannah Kindler (DAI, 2017): "How to perform form differently?"
Sonia Kazovsky (DAI, 2017): "Are you coming?"
Florencia Almirón (DAI, 2017): "What is the politics of form?"
Katja den Dulk (DAI, 2017): "Can conflict stemming from nested circularity be compromised on a macro level?"
Valentina Curandi (DAI, 2017): "What is this structure of bequeathment between the body of the bequeather and the body that accepts the gift?"
Despina Sevasti (DAI, 2017): "Is your figure less than Greek? Is your mouth a little weak? When you open it to speak, are you smart?"
2016-2018 Ines Marita Schärer (Switzerland)
2016-2018 Wilfred Tomescu (Romania)
Mathilde Sauzet Mattei (DAI, 2016): “Is art our ghetto?”
Hu Wei (DAI, 2016): "How and when does the imitation create an additional meaning in a transposable relationship between the subjective and the objective?"
Xiyun Dai (DAI, 2016): "At what point can I pause?"
Sebastian De Line (DAI, 2016): "What perspectives are considered valuable subjective contexualizations in a landscape of representation?"
Martha Jager (DAI, 2016): "One, two and follow through?"
Peter Kristinn: Peter Sattler and Kristinn Guðmundsson (DAI, 2016): "What is the value of hanging out?"
Valentina Miorandi (DAI, 2016): "Is meaning the property of individual words or an ongoing performance of the world?"
Joost Mellink (DAI, 2016): "How to achieve meaningful integration of IT?"
Melissa Tun Tun (DAI, 2016): "How to achieve meaningful integration of IT?"
Jammie Nicholas (DAI, 2016): "Can we really ever readdress inscriptions, digital or analogue, and see them side by side?"
Maja Renn (DAI, 2016): "How to draw a path which evaporates as it is being treaded on?"
Miguel Ángel Rego Robles (DAI, 2016): "When contemporary art finds opportunities, how to include those opportunities into society?"