GIULIA CRISPIANI (DAI, 2017) is a visual artist and writer based in Rome, where she is an editor for NERO Editions, but you will also often find her in Tehran. "A place where to witness the glorious encounter between revolutionary aesthetics and publishing was the Safavi Book Bazar, north of Tehran’s Enghelab Square (Revolution Square), which was chosen to display forty protest posters related to the revolution" Read Giulia's very personal love declaration to the city and to the people who inhabit her: Tehran, 1979–2019
Congratulations, Eric Peter (DAI, 2019) ! We are thrilled: Eric is one of four awardees of the fourth edition of Kooshk Artist Residency Award 2018 - this will soon bring him and his project 'Economy as Intimacy' to Iran !
2015 Saturday April 18 at 18:00 ~ Sazmanab Center for Contemporary Art: Beginnings of Conversations; artists-designers-students of the Dutch Art Institute and Werkplaats Typografie in conversation with Iranian artists living both in Tehran and abroad.
2015 - Tehran: Cinétracts by Other Means: Notes from Tehran. A collaboration with Sazmanab, Center for Contemporary Art. Core tutor & framework: Doreen Mende in partnership with The Otolith Collective / Kodwo Eshun. Research & logistics in Tehran: Zohreh Deldadeh.
2014-2015 Roaming Academy / Doreen Mende and the Otolith Group present: Cinétracts by Other Means: Notes from Tehran
Guest tutors: Morad Montazami, Marcel Dickhage and Cathleen Schuster, Sandra Schäfer, Tirdad Zolghadr.
Collaboration: with art research space Sazmanab in Tehran, directed by Sohrab Kashani, and with art research graduate Zohreh Deldadeh
Participants DAI: Kristinn Gudmunsson, Yung Han Juan, Pilar Mata Dupont, Joost Mellink, Valentina Miorandi, Constanza Puente, Miguel Angel Rego Robles, Peter Sattler, Kaste Šeškeviciute, Celia Shomal, Laila Torres Mendieta, Dai Xiyun, Hu Wei
Participants Werkplaats Typografie: Fred Cave, Yana Foqué
ArtEZ March 7: Alireza Keymanesh, guest researcher in Arnhem at both DAI and the ArtEZ Master of Choreography will perform Samuel Beckett's Krapp’s Last Tape
Departure to Iran: April 28 2005.