Monatsarchiv: Oktober 2011

Interviews with Festival Artists

In the last few months EXCHANGE RADICAL MOMENTS! Live Art Festival has introduced most of all festival artists via interview on facebook. For all non facebook users, but interested parties, here are the interviews as pdf:

#01 8.6.2011 – Damaso Reyes – The Europeans | pdf
#02
8.7.2011 – Myriam Lefkowitz – The Eye Walk | pdf
#03
12.7.2011 – Sisyphos, der Flugelefant – The Absent Hero Leads the Way | pdf
#04
19.7.2011 – triage live art collective – Strange Passions | pdf
#05
15.8.2011 – Michael Kurzwelly – 2050 by Eva Hertzsch and Adam Page | pdf
#06
19.8.2011 – Stefanie Wuschitz – The De-Othering Machine | pdf
#07
30.8.2011 – Scott Burnham – The Urban Guide for alternate Use | pdf
#08
7.9.2011 – Tatiana Fiodorova – Moldavian Land | pdf
#09
9.9.2011 – Selin Kocagöncü – SK Vending Machine: Stockholm | pdf
#10
9.9.2011 – Jörn J. Burmester – Tischgesellschaften | How to co-operate? | pdf
#11
15.9.2011 – katrinamuri – Your Cousin PIA | pdf
#12
18.9.2011 – 6th Hour Productions – Offret | pdf
#13
20.9.2011 – Club Real – Tarzahn – The Noble Savage of Marzahn | pdf
#14
21.9.2011 – Biljana Isijanin – NaN | pdf
#15
22.9.2011 – Béatrice Didier – Into Your Arms | pdf
#16
23.9.2011 – Rob Andrews – Bitola Clean | pdf
#17
28.9.2011 – Sibylle Ettengruber – Walk on by | pdf
#18
29.9.2011 – theaternyx – 11 familiengeschichten | pdf
#19
30.9.2011 – Tom Pohl – Fremd Gehen | pdf
#20
5.10.2011 – Toby Huddlestone – Walk the Line | pdf
#21
17.10.2011 – Mandy Romero – Tranny Hotel | pdf
#22
20.10.2011 – Noa Nahari – Communication | pdf

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Flashmob in Riga, already on 10.11.2011

At the Freedom Monument in Riga will start a flasmob on 10 November, at 16:00 (Riga time). The UK artist Toby Huddlestone deals with new forms of political protest, unconventional initiatives to challenge the authorities. In Riga, he and many other people will be marching from the Freedom Monument to the Victory Memorial in a demonstration with no clear message or demands.
Register: http://11moments.org/walk
Blog in Latvian language: http://walktheline-riga.blogspot.com/
Artist’s website: http://www.tobyhuddlestone.net/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Walk-the-Line/128712657234204

Trailer TRANNY HOTEL Liverpool

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Another 11/11/11 festival: Cyberperformances worldwide

UpStage Festival – Interacting with online audiences

The 12 cyberformances (live online performances) featured in the 11:11:11 UpStage Festival offer a variety of opportunities for online audience interaction. In all UpStage shows, audiences interact with the artists and other audience members through the text chat; this is often a very lively space, generating a fascinating commentary that can be at times profound
or hilarious. Cyberformance redefines the relationship between performer and spectator in a number of ways, and the shows presented at the UpStage festival explore many possibilities.
Many shows are specifically devised with audience interaction in mind; for example, at past UpStage festivals audiences have been invited to follow clickable clues to solve a murder, create animated mandalas by drawing on the stage, trigger sounds, answer questions and contribute stories; this year’s
festival is no different.
It is the 5th UpStage festival and the performances are all about 20 minutes long, with a show starting every half hour; so it’s very easy for audiences to participate, and there is no log-in required for audiences, just click on the link to the stage.
> read more: upstage.org.nz

The 11 11 Phenomenon ;-)

11 CITIES, 60 ARTISTS, BE PART, EXCHANGE!

On the 11/11/11 EXCHANGE RADICAL MOMENTS! Live Art Festival will take place across the European continent, simultaneously in 11 cities: Berlin, Bitola, Chisinau, Linz, Liverpool, London, Paris, Prague, Riga, Slubfurt and Stockholm.

HONGKONG PERFORMANCE in Linz


THE ART OF ENCOUNTER
8 performance artists from Hongkong disclosed current positions of Chinese Live Art and Performance Art in Linz from 7 – 8 October 2011 – in public space as well as indoor. Performance art reflecting society.
With Mok Chiu Yu, Yuen Kin Leung, Au Yeung Tun, Sammu, Leung Wai Man, Vinci Mok, Ger Choi Tsz Kwan, Chan Mei Tung und Idy Lam.
In cooperation with Performancelaboratorium Linz  in coproduction with the Festivals ZOOM (Hildesheim/DE), Kaskadens-kondensator Kunst der Begegnung (Basel/CH) and E.P.I. Zentrum (Cologne/DE), in cooperation with Orangerie (Cologne/DE) / coop missing link (Linz/AT).