Speaker: Dr. Antje Budde (Toronto/Canada)
Moderator: Anna M. Christiansen & Thanh Vi Pham Nguyen
Antje Budde is the artistic research director of the Digital Dramaturgy Labsquared.
In the presentation – enriched by a contribution of a student – Anna Christiansen (University of Hildesheim) – Antje Budde will share some ideas about the labor of knowledge making, digital skill development, laughter/critical doubt and research creation by engaging with ideas of A/I or artistic intelligence and digital dramaturgy as experimental performance as it evolves in process-based ways in the Digital Dramaturgy Labsquared.
CAMP notes on education is a glocal network of teachers and learners in the fields of arts, arts history, aesthetics, cultural policy and cultural education. CAMP uses the practice of lumbung as an opportunity to place the question of contemporary Arts Education in networked and global contexts. For example, what role does it play in relation to artistic and curatorial actors? How does it position itself in the current cultural policy discourse?
Listening to music is a very enjoyable activity for me. My current involvement at RURUradio gives me the opportunity to hear so much music and it allows me to travel and understand different stories and cultures better. Out of a total of twenty: I included few songs that always bring me back to the great moments when I could still watch their amazing live performances. While the other are various songs that are often played on my music device. Pray that this storm will pass soon and that there will be more performances that we can truly experience physically, just as before
…”I made this mixtape for Radio Al-Hara during the first COVID-19 lockdown. Imprisoned at home, I was listening to my favorite music all the time, and here is a taste of it. From Rai to rap to folklore to alternative, Arabic and global, these tracks were my remedy. Another passion of mine next to music, is sharing music, so I hope this one helps others feel good”…
Tune in next Saturday, September 4, 2021, to the sixth edition of lumbung calling!
This online conversation focuses on the lumbung value of Sufficiency. Human ambition has led to discoveries in all fields, and has even brought mankind to other planets. The value of sufficiency, on the other hand, seems incredibly outdated today, as thrift and frugality are considered conditions of deprivation. The Pillars of Hercules have been passed long ago, despite the warning “Ne plus ultra” (“nothing further beyond”), which urged sailors and navigators to go no further.
The sixth edition of lumbung calling explores the limits of sufficiency: When do we say enough is enough? How can these limits be pushed? Who or what defines them?
With the guests Paula Fleisner and Christopher Cozier, hosted by Jumana Emil Abboud and Mirwan Andan.
lumbung calling: Sufficiency
Saturday, September 4, 2021 at 8.30 am (AST), 9.30 am (ART), 2.30 pm (CET), 7.30pm (WIB)
In English with translation into International Sign
Kenduri Kidung dan Do’a (Celebration of Song and Prayer)
Friday, August 27, 2021
7.30 PM WIB, 2.30 PM CET, 12.30 PM GMT
Stay tuned to tv.lumbung.space
The challenge that we felt most after the passing of Enin, the mother of all of us here, is how to maintain the inclusiveness which is her main heritage in JAF’s main house.
Enin has made sure that the space where we live and carry out our activities (which is her very own home), to be a house that will always accept the goodwill and presence of anyone. Her sincerity has made the house similarly feels like the Earth: a living space for anyone, regardless of differences.
Enin’s kitchen is a barn (lumbung), which cultivates existing resources, and supports anyone who comes, lives, and wants to grow. Isn’t that how a territory should be built? To become a living space that provides a livelihood for anyone, by cultivating their resources and sustaining them together?
The Forum 27an this time coincided with the 40 days since Enin left us. In our tradition, in this kind of moment, the family and the closest relatives of the deceased would gather to feast and pray together.
This time we want to remember her through songs and prayers, to give us strength to continue imagining this Earth or at least Jatiwangi as a space that will always be a home for every being and every hope, to then together keeping it that way.
This Forum 27an will be led by Mukti-Mukti.
Forum 27an is a monthly discussion program held by JAF, and this program is present every 27th. We use the 27an forum to be as a space to discuss the latest concerns raised by the community.
Gudskul Ekosistem is inviting public to a virtual presentation of collaborative works from Gudskul Studi Kolektif 2020/2021 (Batch 3).
During the whole learning together process that was conducted online, each member of the collectives united themselves under the name Payon, a short form of Paguyuban Online (the Online United).
The idea of Payon manifested and built by each sources from every collective with Arisan method. Arisan is a native Indonesia method that sees each party contributes something and take turn in the give and take cycle. The whole process is called Parisan (Payon Arisan).
This presentation features collaborative works of five working groups that called Kelompok Kolaborasi (KoKob). Every KoKob was developed based on interests and backgrounds of artistic practice from one and another.
It also serves the purpose of knowledge dissemination and collective values that arouse from the whole working process during one year in Gudskul Studi Kolektif.
It all ended in a touchpoint that sees breakthrough in artistic practice model based on collective medium and collaboration also becomes an important key word in the sustainable art ecosystem in their own field of play in the very uncertain times like these and hardly unpredicted future.