Captain Klaus and tadlachance are happy to call for project proposals for the 3rd Nomadic Village. After Pavlikeni 2009 and Wolsingham 2012, for 2013 we are inviting nomadic artistst to Cuges les Pins to set up the Nomadic Village with their mobile homes/ateliers and realize their projects.
We are seeking to invite artists from all over the world whose works look at themes of nomadism; artists who in their practice respond to and interact with places and people; artists who intentionally displace themselves to seek encounters that not only influence their work but form it; artists who create situations. Artists are asked to realise a project and present it on the last weekend, and to come with their own mobile ateliers/living units. In case you don’t have one or travel too far to bring it, we can provide a limited number of rather unusual ‘homes’.
The Nomadic Village is a 2-week settlement set up on a vacant lot close to an existing village. The nomadic artists’ mobile homes/ateliers form the structure of the Village around On The Road Productions’ (ORP) Steyr-Ikarus bus, which acts as its townhall. In this autonomous enviroment participants can freely experiment with new ways of working; it stimulates creativity and exchange, and attracts local people to observe and participate in the process.
At the end of the Village there is a public exhibition/show that invites a wider audience to appreciate the works produced during the Village. The project is the brainchild of Captain Klaus, lead Artist and founder, from ORP/Austria.
Hosted by tadlachance (http://tadlachance.over-blog.com) is the hosting association led by two artists Madeleine
Doré (Canada/Quebec) and Françoise Rod (Swiss/French). Based near Marseilles tadlachance is a stop-by for nomadic artists who create interventions and art events in public spaces. Nomadic Village 2013 is a major event of the festival “Nous serons tous d’ici”, an Aubagne Community project in Marseille-Provence, European Capital of Culture 2013. Cuges les Pins is a small town close to Marseilles. It wholeheartedly welcomes the Nomadic Village and will provide local facilities. Our Village will come into existence in the beginning of a valley leading to the Sainte Baume mountain on the northern fringe of Cuges les Pins, within easy walking distance to the centre. Cuges Les Pins and its poeple will become our art laboratory, an artistic playground.
The Nomadic Village will provide
• All meals provided by Cuges les Pins, with dinners cooked by Umesh Maddanahali
• Facilities – including electricity, toilets, running water, wifi
• Contact to the local community
• Communication and publicity
• Letters of invitation and other support to enable you to raise additional funds
• As a travel fund artists can apply for the Dizel Grant (see below)
How to apply
• This call is open to artists from all over the world, who preferably come with their own mobile space to live and work in.
• Application must include: bio, documentation of work, art process and project proposal.
• We prefer applications that are brief and to the point
• Deadline for proposals: 20th of February (artists will be notified about the selection after 15th of
• Feel free to contact us before you apply.
• Make sure you are able to commit for the whole duration of the Village
The Dizel Grant
The Dizel Grant is an uncomplicated small grant to enable nomadic artists’ travel to the Nomadic Village2013. It is especially for artist whose cost of travel is high. To apply for the Dizel grant send us your travel itinerary including costs. We highly encourage you to discuss this with us before submission and we can give you an idea of the level of support we can provide on a case by case basis.
• Monday 23rd – Wednesday 25th of September: Arrival and set-up
• Wednesday 25th: Launch event, press conference
• Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th of October: Final presentation closing event
• Monday 7th of October: Last Breakfast
For questions and initial conversation before submission contact either:
Captain Klaus (German, English), +43(0)699 10316027
tadlachance (French, English, Italian) + 39(0)4 42 73 97 21
e-mail for questions and submissions: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information on the Nomadic Village: www.nomadic.cd
IFA – InteatroFestival Academy è il programma di perfezionamento artistico e ricerca a carattere residenziale promosso e fondato nel 2006 da Inteatro, Ente di Promozione della Danza, per permettere occasioni di incontro e lavoro tra giovani performer (selezionati sulla base di un progetto creativo) e artisti affermati sulla scena internazionale, al fine di promuovere e sostenere la creazione di nuove opere.
Per la sua VIII edizione, IFA propone
UN PERIODO DI LAVORO RESIDENZIALE che comprende:
– 3 laboratori con gli artisti Cláudia Dias (PT), Geraldine Pilgrim (GB), Idoia Zabaleta (ES), per fornire ai partecipanti suggerimenti e spunti utili allo sviluppo del proprio progetto;
– 1 settimana di studio, per migliorare e perfezionare la prima idea di progetto;
– la presentazione ad una Giuria di professionisti, che selezionerà i progetti più interessanti e più convincenti per la presentazione al Festival di Inteatro;
– un ulteriore periodo di ricerca della durata di 1 mese, riservato ai performer coinvolti nei progetti selezionati, per la messa a punto e l’allestimento del lavoro.
Durante il mese di creazione verrà garantito ai partecipanti accompagnamento e mentoring artistico per lo sviluppo produttivo del progetto.
Inoltre, i lavori selezionati potranno essere inseriti anche nella rassegna Danza al Museo, prevista nei maggiori spazi museali delle Marche in autunno 2013.
DESTINATARI > Saranno ammessi a partecipare al programma un massimo di 15 artisti / performer di età compresa tra i 18 e i 35 anni, di differenti nazionalità. E’ indispensabile la conoscenza della lingua inglese.
La selezione è prioritariamente rivolta a danzatori/autori, coreografi, performer con esperienze di danza / teatro fisico / circo.
SELEZIONE SU PROGETTO > La selezione verrà effettuata sulla base del progetto di ricerca presentato.
Può trattarsi di un “solo” o una performance che preveda la partecipazione di altri artisti (in questo caso l’autore potrà chiedere agli altri partecipanti al programma IFA di prendere parte al proprio progetto)
Il progetto presentato deve essere inedito.
CONDIZIONI > Il programma IFA offre alloggio, spazi di lavoro e accompagnamento. L’organizzazione mette a disposizione spazi comuni ed attrezzature cucina e area wifi gratuita all’interno di Villa Nappi.
Ai partecipanti si richiede un contributo forfettario a copertura dei costi di frequenza, assicurazione, alloggio, spazi di lavoro e di studio.
TERMINI > Le candidature dovranno pervenire entro:
giovedì 28 febbraio 2013 presso gli uffici di Inteatro (Villa Nappi Via Marconi 77 60020 Polverigi An – I, email@example.com)
NON fa fede il timbro postale.
e dovranno includere: lettera motivazionale, curriculum vitae completo di contatti; progetto di ricerca (lunghezza massima: 2 fogli A4); materiali video, testi e foto di lavori precedenti.
I materiali ricevuti non verranno restituiti.
Per ulteriori specifiche sulle condizioni del concorso, si rimanda al BANDO INTEGRALE pubblicato sul sito di Inteatro (scarica qui).
INFO Inteatro, Villa Nappi – Via Marconi 77, 60200 Polverigi (AN)
T. +39 071.9090007 F. +39 071.906326
SOMA Summer 2013 will take place from July 01st to August 09th, 2013. Application deadline: Online applications will be accepted until Monday April 01st, 2013. However, the size of the group is limited to twenty-five participants. The application review process will begin Friday March 01st, 2013.
Though not exclusively, workshops and seminars this summer will focus on the re-performance of history. Through examination of performance and its mediation (photo, video, and other forms of documentation), the group will explore the ways in which narrative, appropriation, fact/fiction and other devices simultaneously question and shape ideological subject positions both within individual and mass consciousness. Conventions of storytelling, archival research and the role of memory will all figure into group discussion.
*All activities and visiting artists/curators below posted have been confirmed. Nevertheless any information is subject to change.
Group Critique: 12 hour group critique with Carla Herrera-Prats
These first two sessions allow participants to get familiar with each other. Everyone present a selection of works to the group for about fifteen minutes. We address the social, political and aesthetic implications raised by each project.
Off sideDF: 6 hour site specific workshop with Eduardo Abaroa The workshop takes place in tow different non-academic locations around Mexico City. By getting to know our surroundings and their history, we reflect and discuss on the concepts involving site-specificity and the possibilities of art to comment on specific cultural, political, social and geographical situations.
Miércoles de SOMA: Enrique Méndez de Hoyo
Studio Visit: Eduardo Abaroa
Individual critiques with: Eduardo Abaroa, Anthony Graves, Carla Herrera-Prats, Yoshua Okón, Luis Felipe Ortega, Raul Ortega, Tyler Rowland.
Theaters of Memory: 9 hour seminar with Carmen Cebreros Urzaiz
Memories become embeded in spaces and objects, but memory is not only thought. Its activation relies in touch, contact and movement. How objects come to inhabit our lives, how they sit in our spaces, and which uses they acquire are all performed actions upon them. Houses that become museums are sets that invitate to invoke the presence of a character who invented him/herself through the images and objects he/she collected and the way they came to live together. The seminar will analyze strategies in artistic production where objects, spaces and their associations function as autobiographical strategies, or possibilities for a script —ultimately to be performed by somebody else.
Miércoles de SOMA: Adam Kleinman
Studio Visit: Yoshua Okón
Individual critiques with: Carmen Cerberos, Carla Herrera-Prats, Adam Kleinman, Maria Minera, Tyler Rowland, Paola Santoscoy, and Melanie Smith.
Performance’s Incorporation: 9 hour critical theory seminar with Mariana Botey and Amy Sara Carroll
Thinking a politics of location, in this 9 hours seminar, we will explore performance’s incorporation or absorption into a range of inter-American conceptual –isms. To be clear: our focus on “incorporation,” with any luck, will allow us to circumvent, but also acknowledge (neo)liberal and humanistic accounts of identity and difference, to enjamb nationmarket performativities into our assessments of the aesthetics’s use and exchange value (in a manner that acknowledges the de- and neo-colonial). Departing from the story often told in U.S.-based Performance Studies, which narrowly falls back on identitarian narratives, we will work to eschew the fetishization of the body as a transparent signifier of the subject and/or intersubjectivity (because, ironically it doesn’t accord the medium the interiority or presence of mind to even think the conceptual). Simultaneously, we’ll strive to sidestep the terms forwarded in reductionist debates that posit a “relational” aesthetic unnecessarily in solely (Western) art historical terms (because multiple 1968s teach us to account for the tics of site specificity as well as the tick of periodization). In our discussions, reference materials, and exercises, we’ll turn to the messier realms of the interobjective, the body, the nation, the commodity/logo as objects/ready-mades that return as “critical fetishes” in post-cotemporary artivist, hybrid, socially engaged inter-mediated practices. And, to that end, our privileged ‘case study’ will be 1990s Mexico (its embrace and distanciation from orphaned moniker of ‘performance’), its now dispersed fragments (including SOMA and the “we” of Carroll/Botey doubled-voiced performance).
Miércoles de SOMA: Mariana Botey and Amy Sara Carroll
Studio Visit: Abraham Cruz Villegas
Individual critiques with: Magali Arriola, Mariana Botey, Amy Sara Carroll, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Irving Dominguez, Ricardo Dominguez, and Carla Herrera-Prats.
So what do I expect?: 9 hour seminar with Gerard Byrne
The seminar will focus on the ambitions and capacities of artistic practice to engage with questions beyond its own ontology, when located within the parameters of the gallery. Lead by an artist with a partisan interest in particular / peripheral aspects of the question, the orientation of the discussion will be directed to questions of temporality, and in particular the image of the past in the present tense of the gallery.
Miércoles de SOMA: Gerard Byrne
Special lecture: Vincent Normand
Studio Visit: Galia Eibenschutz
Individual critiques with: Eduardo Abaroa, Etienne Bernard, Gerard Byrne, Galia Eibenschutz, Anthony Graves, Carla Herrera-Prats, Yoshua Okón, Luis Felipe Ortega, and Raul Ortega.
Re-Live, Re-Enact, Re-Perform: 9 hour seminar with Coco Fusco This seminar will focus on recent debates about artists delegating actions to others to create performance, artists reproducing works by others as performance, and artists re-enacting historical events as performance. We will consider works by Sharon Hayes, Marina Abramovic, Jeremy Deller and Santiago Sierra and we will discuss texts by Claire Bishop, Hal Foster, Shannon Jackson, Amelia Jones and others. Miércoles de SOMA: Coco FuscoStudio Visit: Enrique Mendez de Hoyo (on Friday August 02nd) Individual critiques with: Miguel Calderón, Helena Chávez, Bernard Etienne, Coco Fusco, Carla Herrera-Prats, Enrique Mendez de Hoyos, Víctor Palacios, Bárbara Perea
Preparation for Open Studio
Last comments with: Vincent Normand
Miércoles de SOMA: SOMA SUMMER OPEN STUDIOS
The Open Studios will be coordinated by Vincent Normand – Wed. Aug. 07th
Visit on Friday: Jumex Collection and Teotihuacán.
O Museu da Imagem e do Som (MIS) abre as inscrições para a Residência LABMIS 2013, que tem por objetivo fomentar a produção de obras que se desenvolvem a partir das linguagens contemporâneas que utilizam uma ou mais mídias tecnológicas.
A Residência LABMIS abrange projetos artísticos nas áreas de fotografia digital, vídeo digital, animação digital, cinema digital, áudio arte, web arte, games, computação gráfica, design de interfaces, comunidades digitais, software colaborativo, visualização de redes, arte interativa, realidade aumentada, redes sociais, arte e ciência, entre outras.
O programa se desenvolve no LABMIS, Laboratório de Novas Mídias do MIS, o primeiro media lab situado em um museu público brasileiro. A Residência LABMIS 2013 é uma iniciativa do Museu da Imagem e do Som, instituição da Secretaria de Estado da Cultura e do Governo do Estado de São Paulo administrada pela Associação dos Amigos do Paço das Artes Francisco Matarazzo Sobrinho Organização Social de Cultura.
As inscrições são de 10 de setembro a 29 de outubro de 2012.
Butoh Dance Ateliers in South Normandy-France
(In the frame of international butoh workshop “re-BE 再存 11-16”-winter 12 )
At La Maison du Butoh Blanc / la Pérrotière 61400 Réveillon-FR
(150 km far from Paris toward Le Mans)
1) 18 (Sunday) to 22 (Thursday) November 2012 (Enter 17 February) (total 5 days / 25 hours) Every day from 11h00 to 17h00
2) 25 (Sunday) to 29 (Thursday ) November 2012 (Enter: 24 February) (total 5 days/ 25 hours) Every day from 11h00 to 17h00
Limited numbers: 12 persons
Applications should be submitted by email.
Please note: There is a minimum (non-refundable) deposit of 1 session’s participation fee / 50,55,60 euros.
Save money by booking early…
Option 1: Paying by 29th Sepember 2012
1séance = 50 €, 2 séances = 90€, 3 séances =125 €, 4 séances =155 €,
5 séances =185 €, 6 séances =215 €, 7 séances =245 €, 8 séances =275 €,
9 séances = 300 €, 10 séances=320 €.
Option 2: Paying by 27th October 2012
1séance = 55 €, 2 séances =105 €, 3 séances =150 €, 4 séances =185 €,
5 séances =215 €, 6 séances =245 €, 7 séances =280 €, 8 séances =320 €,
9 séances = 340 €, 10 séances=360 €.
Option 3: Paying 5 days before participation
1séance = 60 €, 2 séances =115 €, 3 séances =170 €, 4 séances =230 €,
5 séances =270 €, 6 séances =300€, 7 séances =350 €, 8 séances =390€,
9 séances = 420 €, 10 séances=450 €.
including lodging and utility
Plus 5 € per day for bord
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O projeto Outras Danças: Brasil | Uruguai | Argentina abre convocatória para as residências ministradas pelos coreógrafos Luis Garay (Argentina) e Adriana Belbussi Figueroa (Uruguai), que acontecerão entre os dias, 01 de outubro a 04 de novembro, em Porto Alegre. Outras Danças tem como objetivo aproximar os paíse latinoamericanos e criar um canal de diálogo sobre os fluxos, produções, pesquisas e questionamentos na área de dança. Para isso, estão programadas ações de residências, mostra de duos e solos e o II Seminário – Novos Caminhos e Outras Danças na América Latina: Criação, Produção e Gestão.
As residências estão direcionadas para intérpretes-criadores, bailarinos e coreógrafos brasileiros. As inscrições podem ser feitas pelo site até, 03 de setembro. Cada candidato poderá escolher apenas uma opção de residência. Os resultados das residências serão solos e duos que participarão da programação da mostra que acontecerá de, 06 a 11 de novembro, o resultado será divulgado no site no dia, 08 de setembro. Este projeto é uma realização da FUNARTE em parceria com o Governo do estado do Rio Grande do Sul.
APPLICATION OPEN for BIDE Outokumpu, Finland
From 16-10-12 till 21-10-12 – Outokumpu, Finland
BIDE (Barcelona International Dance Exchange) is looking forward to gather an international group of 30-40 professional artists, with different backgrounds and experiences, but with the common interest in developing, researching and exchanging ideas in contemporary dance.
BIDE will offer a structure of daily changing laboratories to support a non-hierarchical atmosphere of meeting and sharing, doing try-outs and showing the work to each other.
This year’s satellite BIDE will take place in Outokumpu, a small town in Eastern Finland known from its old mine, now a tourist attraction. The history of the town has also made it culturally vibrant, attracking local and international artists to work in its surroundings.
The meeting will take place in the studios and theater space of the Movement and Performance Research Outokumpu, an international contemporary dance education located in the town.
Application and more information about the event and venue: http://www.bide.be/en/satellite.html
More information about BIDE : www.bide.be
LAND.body.scape_corpography: Art-based research in the interface of body, mind & nature
From 27-08-12 till 02-09-12 – St. Margarethen/Burgenland, Austria
Training – All Parts – posted by IETM INTERNATIONAL NETWORK FOR CONTEMPORARY PERFORMING ARTS on 13.07.12
As a new transdisciplinary artistic field work in nature this ChoreoLab combines performative training, lecture, demonstration & discussion with experts from the fields of choreography/dance, body-mind techniques, architecture, land art & botany.
Performers and interested protagonists from other fields are invited to the collective unfolding of creative potential in a communicative forum taking place at the art and nature sanctuary of St. Margarethen.
As “dance of things” LAND.body.scape_corpography mediates between the internal and external bodily spaces and provides a redefinition of modalities, investigating the living environment through the body. Corpography implies a critical process of reflection and inquiry on anthropological and socio-cultural transformations of both the individual and society. At the same time it provokes wide-ranging questions about body and environment as a complex system in constant evolution.
After a three-year successful cooperation with Danube University Krems, the International ChoreoLab Austria (ICLA) – initiated by choreographer Sebastian Prantl and pianist Cecilia Li (directors of Tanz Atelier Wien) in 2009 – is taking place this year in conjunction with the distinguished organisation Symposion of Europaen Sculptors at their headquarter in Austria. The focus of the ICLA is to foster an interdisciplinary discourse on an expanded concept of choreography, linking theoretical excursions and contextual performativity.
LAND.body.scape_corpography will take place in St. Margarethen/Burgenland, in Austria, from August, 27th to September, 2nd 2012
The participation fee amounts to EUR 500 (incl. breakfast + dinner). Due to this special community format, we strongly invite the participants to camp with their own tents on the grounds around the sculptor’s house without charge.
Online Application available here.