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Dada Manifesto Workshop 
with Adrian Notz
Tuesday, 12th April,
10am - 1pm,
This workshop will be an informal Dada Manifesto/white paper workshop, facilitated by Adrian Notz.

Here is a link to the reading list in order to prepare for the workshop.


Adrian Notz (*1977 in Zurich) is curator at the ETH AI Center and at the Tichy Ocean Foundation, mentor for the creative strategy and vision at the European Center for Contemporary Art in Cluj (ECCA) and Chevalier de la Tombe de Bakunin. From 2012-2019 he was artistic director of Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich. He worked there first as a curatorial assistant and as co-director. From 2010 to 2015 he was head of the Department for Fine Arts at the School of Design in St. Gallen. Notz has organized and curated numerous exhibitions, events, conferences, actions and interventions with international artists, activists and thinkers in Cabaret Voltaire as well as internationally around the globe.


ETH Zurich is one of the world's leading universities for technology, natural sciences and mathematics, founded in 1855.  It is a place of research and teaching for 30,000 people from over 120 different countries. ETH is and has been a progressive forward thinking place - adding a fellowship dedicated to the intersection of Art and AI/Computer Science is not an unusual thing for them, though it might be for many others. Adrian is on the lookout for the next generation of talent in AI and Art in India, coming to Srishti is therefore also just an obvious next step.


This workshop is brought to you by Pro Helvetia, Swissnex in India, Consulate General of Switzerland, Srishti Manipal Institute of Art, Design and Technology, (Art)ScienceBLR, and The Indian Sonic Research Organisation.


Photo Courtesy: Daniel Opris

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