Ritually Reading & Research
LAST CHANCE to sign up for RRR in 2013!
RRR utilizes Dr Paul Hurley & Dane Watkin’s Connection/Time; an online, media interface.
Throughout the duration of the laboratory participants perform, install, draw, record and collate their research findings - whilst RRR facilitators tweet & email documentation of these processes to the Connection/Time web platform. From there, online audiences can join the process, commenting and responding with text and image.
]performance s p a c e [ hope that RRR will enliven new modes of research and making within time based medias and encourage a more holistic approach to the production of theory and practice within this field.
Further Information regarding RRR:
]performance s a l o n [ sees an invited lead artist(s) present work in any format appropriate to their practice. Previous salons have included actions, performance lectures, film & print exhibition and installation works.
The sessions give audiences in-depth insight into artist's methodologies and artists a unique opportunity to discuss their work with others, in a safe yet critical environment.
Following these presentations the salon can open up into a general ‘show & tell’ where anyone can present work and engage a critical audience - a chance to get and give feedback, tackling where your practice is at.
Please see the home page for each months lead artist(s) or sign up to the mailing list for details.
]performance o p e n [ Encounter unknown work, in an unregulated space.
]performance o p e n [ is a self curating open performance platform. It allows artists working in performance, live & time based art the opportunity to explore & present their work in a non restricted
Due to new space restrictions June’s open will be on a ‘first come first serve’ basis and limited to 10 artists, to participate contact submissions@performancespa
Artists wishing to present work must arrive by 6pm
SATURDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER
SATURDAY 14TH DECEMBER (filling fast so sign up QUICK!)
]performance s p a c e [ does not advocate unpaid internships, however we regularly work with universities to provide students with work placements as part of their course curricular.
The work placement offers two main strands of experience: studio management & artistic development. During a placement students take on the role of studio manager, including administration and co-managing of the core-programme with the Directors.
In addition to this students are encouraged to use the remainder of their time for artistic development. As such they will be provided with desk space, full access to the studios & facilities. We expect students to make use of the studio space and surrounding culture to develop their artistic practice. If time permits we also encourage students to take the opportunity to participate in a ]performance s a l o n [ or ]performance o p e n [.
An additional role of web & archiving assistant is also available.