In partnership with the Live Art Development Agency (LADA), we are inviting international proposals for digital conversations by Live Art curators, artists, art professionals, researchers, and thinkers that are interested in adding new perspectives on the relations between notions and lived experiences of borders within Live Art practices and are also willing to explore the potentialities of digital conversations as a way to re-imagine and share knowledge-production within the Live Art sector.
The format of the digital conversations can take any form, including video, video text, text, digital collage, audio, interactive digital pieces, etc. The curators will work with the selected applicants to assist the creation of the final piece.
The two selected applicants will receive an honorarium of £150 for the preparation and delivery of the digital conversation due by 30th May 2019. (Collective proposals are accepted although the honorarium will remain £150)
Everyone whose practice and research has been shaped by experiences of migration and borders is eligible and welcome to apply.