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Roaming Assembly videos
Eduardo Cachucho (DAI, 2015): “I know what I’m doing here. I’m improvising. I’ve done this before, but what’s wrong with that?"
Sarah Demoen (DAI, 2015) & Julieta Aguinaco (DAI, 2015): "We don’t have a question, but a sentence that you can question: You don’t find a new paradigm, we make it."
Aarti Sunder (DAI, 2015): "Can these overlaps be seen as multiple interpretations of, as a reservoir of potential, so that each local territory of each speaker extends to include multiple local territories of multiple speakers?"
Yung Han Juan (DAI, 2015): "If the energy of the phantom is more powerful before the phantom’s funeral takes place, (for instance, the phantom of history or patriarchy) then can we or should we indefinitely suspend the funeral in order to trade energy, or generate more energy, as possible way to negotiate with the phantom the phantom itself instead of reconciling with it?"
Bryony Gillard (DAI,2015): "Is it possible for a practice to exist in a constant movement between withdrawal and belonging?"
Laila Torres Mendieta (DAI, 2015): "In a global geopolitical context, which would be your role as cultural workers, to try to comprehend and give form to the world in which we live as “human, non-human”?"
Celia Shomal (DAI, 2015): "How do the aesthetics of oil affect the Middle-East?"
Coco Duivenvoorde (DAI, 2015): "How do we rethink an ongoing social and political struggle within the safe space of a reading group?"
Charlie Dance (DAI, 2015): " Where does the image lie?"
Monique Hendriksen (DAI, 2015): "Considering the text which I will read (which could be a tool to criticize the video) what do you think remains of the video? What remains relevant about the video, if anything?"
Jan Adriaans (DAI, 2015): " Isn’t it sad we still want animals to like us?"
Michelle Browne (DAI, 2016): "Can the idea of the ‘good enough’ be a model for artists working in the art world?"
Kastė Šeškevičiūtė (DAI, 2015): "What would be an inverted projection?"
Eona McCallum (DAI, 2015): "What makes you itch? What sort of a situation would you really like?"
Maria Barlasov (DAI, 2015): "How do you explain getting lost in space or being familiar with space? Can you intentionally get lost at home (in a familiar space)?"
Ben Burtenshaw (DAI, 2015): "Is it possible for artists to work in the realm of should be’s and ought to be’s without risking the transposal of some kind of agenda, motive or project?"
Marie-Andrée Pellerin (DAI, 2015): "Can the action of unmaking lead to something?"
Malina Suliman (DAI, 2015): “How far is the reach of the paternalistic art institution? How far and how long does it stretch into the artist’s personal life?”
Constanza Puente (DAI, 2015): "How can we enlarge, extend and enrich the narratives that we are immersed in?"
Anneke Ingwersen (DAI, 2015): "How could puppetry engage in the dialogue about the politics of remembrance?"