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
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.
€500 for Best Re-Use of an Urban Object or Area
Contest Deadline was at 5 September 2011
Słubfurt is the capital of NOWA AMERIKA.
Download travel guide: Folder NOWA AMERIKA (pdf – 2,3 mb)
€500 for best re-se or mis-use of an urban object or area
>> View shortlist
To encourage and celebrate resourcefulness in the city, EXCHANGE RADICAL MOMENTS! Live Art Festival is awarding a prize for the most innovative re-use of an urban object or area for a new purpose.
From telephone boxes being re-used as tree planters to street signs being used as musical instruments, the urban landscape is no longer the end of a creative process, but the beginning. The city has become source material and urban residents around the world are finding new uses for the existing infrastructure of their city.