[dance-tech] boDig08: call for installations

  • From: "Aylin Kalem" <aylinkalem@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <dance-tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2008 20:56:12 +0300

Please circulate this information

Deadline: 15 August


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Call for Installations


boDig 08 - "ara-yüz(süz)"


Istanbul, 15-25 September 2008



Multidisciplinary artistic creation platform boDig is organizing a series of
events  called "boDig 08"  on "bodies & technologies" within the frame of
the International Project "Absent Interfaces Lab". The partners include
L'animal a l'esquena (Celrà/Girona)  <http://www.lanimal.org>
www.lanimal.org and Centre for Drama Art (Zagreb)  <http://www.cdu.hr>


boDig 08 includes stage performances, installations, artists' labs,
workshops, public meetings and club events around live arts and new media
technologies. boDig focuses on innovative and experimental works without
restricting the medium, and this year encourages the applying artists to
approach the theme of "absent interfaces" in their installation works. The
deadline for artists to apply with their installation works is August 15th.
The selection committee will give priority to artworks that use an
intellectual and critical approach to the embodiment of current
technologies. For more info and application form:
<http://www.bodig.org/bodig08/bodig08_eng.html> boDig 08 Application


Selection Committee

Dr. Bernhard Serexhe (Head Curator, ZKM- Media Museum)

Philippe Baudelot (Multimedia Consultant)

Defne Ayas (Curator, PERFORMA)

Derya Demir (Art On Stage)

Aylin Kalem (boDig)

About boDig

boDig is an Istanbul based contemporary arts association founded in 2007,
focusing mainly on the issues of the body in contemporary arts and digital
culture. Its artistic understanding has a multidisciplinary scope, bringing
a variety of fields together, like dance, performance, visual arts, design,
architecture, new media, engineering and medicine, in order to bring forth a
reflection and artistic creation around the issues of the body in its
contemporary and technological context.          
 <http://www.bodig.org/> www.bodig.org





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