IRL 2011: In Real Life exhibition and conference

Event Start: 
13/07/2011 - 01:01

Challenging, Changing and Hacking Practices of Human-Being
Hosted by the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art [IMOCA]
Conference July 13, 14 ,15; Exhibition opens Friday July 15th

Artivistic TURN*ON Transdisciplinary Festival

Event Start: 
15/10/2009 (All day)
Event End: 
18/10/2009 - 08:00
Artivistic TURN ON : international transdisciplinary three-day gathering on the interPlay between art, information and activism

The world to come is so sexy.

We are unstoppable for we are fueled with an incredible urge to embrace the pleasure provided by difference, exchange and liberation. Our actions today are charged with an energy that is animated by the rise of change and a movement that is simply irresistible.

For its upcoming fourth edition, Montreal-based festival Artivistic is going sexy. From October 15 to 17, 2009, we invite participants to discuss, question, and imagine the proxemics of sexuality, technology and politics.

While keeping issues of power and control in question, we want to turn to the potency of pleasure, curiosity, humor, and desire in order to TURN*ON that which has yet to be thought and experienced differently.

MISS Performance at 2009 Guling Street Little Theatre Arts Festival

Net project & Live performances by Chun-chi Wang & Eunice Maurice

May 29 to 31 2009
Opening: Friday, May 29, 21:30
Guling Street Avant-garde Theatre
Taipei Taiwan

MISS performance at Guling Street Little Theatre in Taipei, Taiwan, in Spring 2009. Between May 29th to 31th the piece will be performed four times as part of the program of the “2009 Guling Street Little Theatre Arts Festival” hosted by Guling Street Avant-garde Theatre. Guling Street Little Theatre is one of the very few theatres in Taiwan characterized as avant-garde, contemporary, experimental, and progressive. MISS is a live performance including experimental visuals, sound and movement; it is the first collaboration work by the new media artist Chun Chi Wang and theatre director Eunice Maurice. MISS is a story about how modern independent women struggle for life in cultural in -betweens.

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