Conference of Work: Operations and Participations
Panoply Lab Conference
with Mari Novotny-Jones in
4PM-11PM SATURDAY THE 12TH OF NOVEMBER
(GRACE EXHIBITION SPACE)
The second in a series of creative production conferences
Conference of Work: Operations and Participations is part group exhibition and part theoretical think tank.
INITIAL CONCERNS TO CONFER ABOUT:
This November wafternoon will bring together performances, workshops, and discussions that deal with the operations (social, political, aesthetic, economic, etc) of participatory, interactive, aleatoric, and other �open source� forms in the practices of artists, curators, and cultural organizers.
Open to the public. Both the beer and the portmanteaux will flow! Performances and presentations taking open source forms will be enjoyed and discussed. For a schedule and complete list of presenters, check back here as the conference takes shape. Group discussions will allow artists across disciplines to share concerns and ideas about the use of participation, aleatoricism, engaged practices, and �community driven� work with its many incarnations and implications.
INITIAL CONCERNS TO CONFER ABOUT: practices� relate to aesthetic developments and methodologies in our various mediums and disciplines? These questions and those they spawn will collide with performance work created in their metabolic soup.
INFECTION COAGULATION, SEDIMENTATION, FILTRATION, DISINFECTION / MARI NOVOTNY-JONES:
A 9 HOUR PERFORMANCE/MEDITAION ON CONTAIMINATION AND THRIST Performance Time: 1pm to 10pm
In this performance, I will examine the desire for an essential material in spite of the impossibility of attaining it. Through the metaphor of the availability of clean drinking water, (access denied to more than a billion people worldwide), viewers can experience the bounty of seemingly endless supplies of developed nations natural resources compared to the limited and dangerous resources shared in developing countries. The consequences of our naive belief in eternal sustainability have begun to surface in our own country to divesting and fatal circumstances.
Saturday the 12th of November at Grace Exhibition Space:
Ongoing: Social Practices Arts Network (SPAN) site: practice documentation
Ongoing: Urban Layers INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION
3:30pm and ONGOING: Mari Novotny-Jones in 9-Hour Performance of INFECTION, COAGULATION, SEDIMENTATION, FILTRATION, DISINFECTION.
4:00pm: Open Discussion: documenting, proposing, and theorizing social
practiced, engaged processes, and performance art. 5:00: Gelsey Bell
6:00: Christina de Roos and Thomas Bell (Spread Art)
7:30: Aliza Simons (radio transmission)
8:00: Nate Hill (play online game here)
8:30: Angela Washko
9:00: Anna Jane McIntyre
skype performance of Fill It In Yourself story cards
10:00: Hector Canonge
10:30pm: Dave Ruder's Why Lie?
Artist-curators, theorist-artists, and inter-disciplinary performers who wear "many hats" and come from many different performance backgrounds come together to share their work. Live participatory performances, talks, open bar, hands-on radio broadcasting from the space, and more!
PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR FALL PROGRAM:
TUESDAYS, 7-9 PM
NEW! WORKSHOP/CLASS: MAKING FLUXUS ACTIONS!
This is a new series being presented by the Directors of the Grace Exhibition Space and visiting artists, to attempt to answer that eternal question,
"What is FLUXUS Performance Art and How Can I Make It?"
With discussions on performance art, its histories and its genres
FRIDAYS 9-11 PM $5 DONATION
LIVE PERFORMANCE ART SERIES
NEXT: November 18: Fausto Grossi,Verity Combs, Nina Boas, Anya Liftig ON HIATUS December-January NEXT EVENT: Friday, February 3, 2012
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Grace, n. - simple elegance or refinement of movement
Grace Period - an extended period granted as a special favor
The Three Graces (Greek Mythology) - charm, grace, and beauty
Opened in 2006, Grace Exhibition Space is devoted exclusively to Performance Art. We offer an opportunity to experience visceral and challenging works by the current generation of international performance artists whether emerging, mid-career or established. Our events are presented on the floor, not on a stage, dissolving the boundary between artist and viewer. This is how performance art is meant to be experienced and our mission is the glorification of performance art.
Grace Exhibition Space presents over 30 curated live performance art exhibitions each year, showcasing new work by more than 400 performance artists from across the United States and the world since 2006.
Grace Exhibition Space for International Performance Art Space IRS tax-exempt 501(c)3 status in 2015.
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