30 January 2011 - 12:46pm
Following the year-long Making Time performance commissioned by Nuffield Theatre Lancaster in 2009/10, this symposium will explore more broadly the theme of time and duration in contemporary art practice, across artforms and critical perspectives. This interdisciplinary event brings together academic research, performance, live art, film, music, discussion and debate, reflecting on performance and documentation, time as cultural construct, protracted/contracted duration, endurance, time and its passing.
The symposium will include input from artists, academics and writers as well as non-arts perspectives addressing the wider human experience and perception of time. The Making Time commission artists, Jonathan Raisin and Elizabeth Willow, will also reflect on their experiences during the project. The day culminates in an informal evening of music and performance. The themes of the symposium are also reflected in the concurrent Peter Scott Gallery exhibitions, Time Pieces and Gathering Time, which run during the symposium.
OPEN CALL - Artists, academics and writers whose work addresses notions of time, in research and/or in practice are invited to propose a response to this theme.
Deadline for proposals: 5pm, Friday 4 February 2011
How do I submit?
Please provide the following:
â€¢ Contact details
â€¢ No more than 500 words about your symposium presentation
â€¢ A brief CV
â€¢ If you are submitting an artwork or performance, good quality reproductions of the work you are submitting. This could be hard copy or digital images, DVD, CD or website; however, please ensure that all file formats are universal and can be used without the need for specialist equipment or software.
Address your submission to: Making Time symposium, Live at LICA, Lancaster University, LA1 4YW.
E-mail submissions will be accepted only with attachments of 1mb or less. If this limit is exceeded or multiple e-mails are sent the submission will not be accepted.
Address e-mail submissions to: [email protected]
If you have not been contacted by 18th February you should consider your submission unsuccessful on this occasion.
If I am successful:
You will be paid a Â£150 honorarium and will be able to attend the event free of charge.
You will be required to organise any particular needs for your work with Live at LICA before the event. You will need to provide further technical information about your presentation.
Applicants must hold the copyrights of the submitted work. If the work contains components requiring copyrights such as music or film, the applicant must have permission to use the artworks from the copyright owner before entry.