The OJAI thanks all artistic organisations and lecturers, the audience, the support team and Groelle pass:projects in Wuppertal for a wonderful weekend full of positive energy. The sharing of research and institutional know-how has led to exchange and community-building between different institutional ideators from all over Europe.

ECII Conference

ECII Handbook can be purchased at Fantome Verlag, Berlin


Opening KNOW YOUR PLACE at Groelle Pass:projects , Wuppertal, Oct 18 19.00
Launch of OJAI’s first limited edition 12-inch record „LISTEN“.

The OJAI hosts the first EUROPEAN CONFERENCE FOR INSTITUTIONAL IDEATORS on Oct 26/27. Start 14.00 at Groelle pass:projects, Raum 2. With participants from Belgium, Netherlands, Ireland, Austria, UK and Germany.


Concert MK/CT at Sonify at Salon 21/Museum K21, Düsseldorf October 9 19.00 and at the finissage of „Site“, Wuppertal, Ludwigstr. 19, Oct 30, 20.00

KOMM MIT to the moon

On the occasion of the 50-years anniversary of the moon landing Chris Dreier, Frank Lohmeyer and D.Holland-Moritz give a text-and sound performance outside ARENA #1, a loudspeaker sculpture by Benoit Maubrey.
Pallasstrasse/ Ecke Potsdamerstrasse SAT July 20 20.00

Image: NASA engineer Margaret Hamilton 1969

OJAI July Broadcast

For July Brussels-based artist and composer Henry Andersen produced for us a special mix about various audio debris, voice pieces and system thinking.


The Office for Joint Administrative Intelligence is delighted to present a new performance entitled Plenary Session 1.  The new work comes to Wexford in the context of HERE/ there (Wexford meets Wuppertal) curated by Anya von Gosseln and Juergen Groelle and organised by Wexford Arts Centre. Plenary Session 1 is O.J.A.I.’s first Irish performance outside Dublin and combines spoken word, audio and video elements pertaining to O.J.A.I.’s research in the field of politics, architecture, disasters and conspiracy theory.

Time: June 21 18.00
at Wexford County Council  Newton Road Carricklawn Wexford

Current OJAI radio broadcast with mix  by Grebenstein
Upcoming broadcast by Henry Andersen


Euronoize is a live music event modelled on the Eurovision song contest, but featuring a bizarre cast of DIY, alternative and underground subpop bands and was performed live in London. Ireland and Norway won.

May 23 19.00 at SCALA LONDON 275 Pentonville Rd N1 9NL.

Video for Germany by Chris Dreier

German contribution by Felix Kubin