Saturday Streaming Labs @ La Cantine + @ Spread Art – 19/11/2011

***ENGLISH BELOW

DIMANCHE ROUGE

SATURDAY STREAMING LABS

Un après-midi de spectacles expérimentaux retransmis en direct de partout dans le monde, présenté avec le soutien de Silicon Maniacs à La Cantine

Samedi 19 Novembre 2011, 13h – 19h (HEURE DE PARIS)

Streaming à l’adresse: livestream.com/dimancherougestream

Le samedi 19 Novembre, Dimanche Rouge va accueillir, lors de son troisième Saturday Streaming Labs (SSL), une série de spectacles expérimentaux diffusés à partir de partout dans le monde.SSL ne va pas seulement retransmettre et diffuser des performances se déroulant dans le monde entier, mais reçoit aussi plusieurs performances réalisées sur place à La Cantine à Paris, qui seront elles mêmes rediffusées à travers le monde. De plus, plusieurs artistes (à annoncer ultérieurement) seront sur scène en direct devant un public à New York, mélangeant des éléments d’art de vie et de streaming. Les performances de la ville de New York auront lieu au Spread Art, un incubateur créatif visant à favoriser de nouvelles œuvres à travers des collaborations avec des artistes et des conservateurs du monde entier.

Profitez du free workshop Max6 Framework par Julien Bayle (Design the Media) 14h-15h
Plus d’info https://dimancherouge.wordpress.com/workshops/november/max6-framework/

Venez nombreux à La Cantine pour visionner ces performances, échanger avec les artistes sur place et à travers le monde.

Vous pouvez également proposer un workshop ou une performance pour decembre en contactant : dimancheRouge@gmail.com  et contact@siliconmaniacs.org

Interventions:

13-14h / PARIS / La Cantine
Opie Boero Imwinkelried + Eva Richter Lorentzen (presentation, France)
Julien Bayle, (performance, France)
Meghann Snow (dance/drawing, USA)

15-16h
Analía Beltrán, “Revuelto de silencio” (performance art, Madrid, Spain)
VJ Eletroiman, “Representa Corisco” (live AV performance, Brazil/Spain, Barcelona)
Patricia Correa (performance art, Lisbon, Portugal)

16-17h
Ezequiel Romero,  “Oh Tape!” (videoperformance, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Beloved Boy Chokra (تشوخرآ), “Performance Art In The United Arab Emirates”  (presentation/performance art, United Arab Emirates/USA, NYC)
Vitor Lago Silva, “The last words of Domenico” (digital performance, Oporto, Portugal) http://thelastwordsofdomenico.wordpress.com

17-18h
Michelle Isava, “Dagger Head Net” (performance art, Bridgetown, Barbados)

Special collaboration via streaming Paris + Buenos Aires
Lorena Avallar + Luisa Nobrega, “La Puta Idea”
Lorena Avallar from Buenos Aires and Luisa Nobrega in Paris will produce a joint performance art and butoh performance

18-19h / NYC / Spread Art
Esther Neff + Brian McCorkle at Panoply Performance Laboratory (performance art, NYC, USA) www.panoplylab.org
Anya Liftig (performance art, NYC, USA) www.anyaliftig.com
Valerie Kuehne (performance art, NYC, USA) www.dreamzoo.bandcamp.com
Remote Control Tomato, Thomas Bell + Christina deRoos (video/sound, NYC, USA) www.spreadart.org

A propos de Dimanche Rouge et de SSL (Saturday Streaming Labs ):

Dimanche Rouge est un événement d’art contemporain mensuel basé en France, à Paris, mettant en vedette les meilleurs artistes progressistes expérimentaux. Depuis sa création en Février 2011, Dimanche Rouge a accueilli neuf éditions uniques, avec près de 200 artistes provenant de plus de 35 pays.

La mission de Dimanche Rouge est de fournir un endroit pour que les artistes internationaux puissent présenter leurs oeuvres. Dans ce cadre, SSL est un projet ‘laboratoire” développé par Dimanche Rouge, dans lequel artistes  expérimentaux et progressistes peuvent réaliser leurs oeuvres, collaborer en réseau et être diffusé internationalement. SSL est un événement préliminaire de la 10è session de  Dimanche Rouge, la soirée de performances expérimentales organisée le dimanche 20 novembre au Petit Bain à Paris.

Cette édition de SSL est soutenue par Silicon Maniacs, webzine défricheur des cultures émergentes et numériques.

Silicon Maniacs est un webzine défricheur des cultures émergentes et numériques créé par l’association Silicon Sentier en décembre 2010. Silicon Maniacs soutient et organise de nombreux évènements liés à la création numérique et lance actuellement une web radio ouverte et collaborative : Silicon Radio.

+ Ou: La Cantine, 151 rue Montmartre, Passage des Panoramas, 12 Galerie Montmartre, 75002 Paris

+ Comment s’y rendre: Métro Bourse, Line 3

For further details, please visit dimancherouge.org, lacantine.org, spreadart.org, and siliconsentier.org

A La Cantine, 151 rue Montmartre, Passage des Panoramas, 12 Galerie Montmartre, 75002 Paris

Streaming à l’adresse: livestream.com/dimancherougestream

avec le soutien de Silicon Maniacs à La Cantine

****ENGLISH VERSION

DIMANCHE ROUGE SATURDAY STREAMING LABS

An afternoon of experimental performances streamed live from around the world, presented in collaboration with the support of Silicon Maniacs at La Cantine

Saturday, November 19th, 2011 13h – 19h (PARIS TIME) At La Cantine, 151 rue Montmartre, Passage des Panoramas, 12 Galerie Montmartre, 75002 Paris

Stream online at: livestream.com/dimancherougestream

On Saturday, November 19th, Dimanche Rouge will host the third Saturday Streaming Labs (SSL), a series of experimental performances streamed from around the globe.SSL will not only show performances occurring from around the world, but host and stream several performances on-site at La Cantine in Paris. In addition, several performers (TBA) will be performing live in front of an audience in NYC, mixing the elements of live and streamed art. The NYC performances will take place at Spread Art, an artist-run creative incubator designed to foster new works through collaborations with artists and curators from around the world.

Attend a free workshop Max6 Framework taught by Julien Bayle (Design the Media) 14h-15h
Find more information here https://dimancherouge.wordpress.com/workshops/november/max6-framework/

Come to La Cantine to experience these extraordinary performances and discuss with the artists.

Submit a proposal for a workshop or performance for December to dimancheRouge@gmail.com  et contact@siliconmaniacs.org

Interventions:

13-14h / PARIS / La Cantine
Opie Boero Imwinkelried + Eva Richter Lorentzen (presentation, France)
Julien Bayle, (performance, France)
Meghann Snow (dance/drawing, USA)

15-16h
Analía Beltrán, “Revuelto de silencio” (performance art, Madrid, Spain)
VJ Eletroiman, “Representa Corisco” (live AV performance, Brazil/Spain, Barcelona)
Patricia Correa (performance art, Lisbon, Portugal)

16-17h
Ezequiel Romero,  “Oh Tape!” (videoperformance, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Beloved Boy Chokra (تشوخرآ), “Performance Art In The United Arab Emirates”  (presentation/performance art, United Arab Emirates/USA, NYC)
Vitor Lago Silva, “The last words of Domenico” (digital performance, Oporto, Portugal) http://thelastwordsofdomenico.wordpress.com

17-18h
Michelle Isava, “Dagger Head Net” (performance art, Bridgetown, Barbados)

Special collaboration via streaming Paris + Buenos Aires
Lorena Avallar + Luisa Nobrega, “La Puta Idea”
Lorena Avallar from Buenos Aires and Luisa Nobrega in Paris will produce a joint performance art and butoh performance

18-19h / NYC / Spread Art
Esther Neff + Brian McCorkle at Panoply Performance Laboratory (performance art, NYC, USA) www.panoplylab.org
Anya Liftig (performance art, NYC, USA) www.anyaliftig.com
Valerie Kuehne (performance art, NYC, USA) www.dreamzoo.bandcamp.com
Remote Control Tomato, Thomas Bell + Christina deRoos (video/sound, NYC, USA) www.spreadart.org

Dimanche Rouge and SSL (Saturday Streaming Labs)

Dimanche Rouge is a monthly contemporary art event based in Paris, France, showcasing the best progressive experimental artists. Since its inception in February 2011, Dimanche Rouge has hosted 9 unique editions, featuring almost 200 artists coming from over 35 countries.

Following Dimanche Rouge’s mission of providing a venue for international artists to present their work, SSL serves as an outlet for experimental and progressive artists to perform and collaborate. This edition of SSL is supported by Silicon Maniacs, an association of innovative companies that promotes exchange between digital players. SSL is a preview event for Dimanche Rouge #10, and evening of experimental performances on Sunday, November 20th at Petit Bain, Paris.

This month’s edition of SSL is supported by Silicon Maniacs; a pioneer online magazine tracking emerging and digital culture.

Silicon Maniacs is an online magazine about emerging and digital culture created by the association Silicon Sentier in December 2010. Silicon Maniacs supports and organizes various events linked to digital creation; they are also launching an open and collaborative web radio: Silicon Radio.

+ Where: La Cantine, 151 rue Montmartre, Passage des Panoramas, 12 Galerie Montmartre, 75002 Paris

+ How to get there: Metro Bourse, Line 3

For further details, please visit dimancherouge.org, lacantine.org, spreadart.org and siliconsentier.org

Vitor Lago Silva
“The Last Words of Domenico”
Performance: 7 minutos
http://thelastwordsofdomenico.wordpress.com

The project “TlwoD” uses the words of a speech of a madman – Domenico – character in the
movie “Nostalghia” Andrei Tarkovsky. This political and social discourse is rebuilt and remixed in a new discourse through the movements of a performer, giving it new voices.
As Jacques Derrida says: if we deconstruct and reconstruct a speech again, giving it a new
form, it is possible for us to discover new meanings of that speech. I believe that the
speech of madmen on the streets hidden many undesirable truths, so the main purpose of
this project is to re-mix the speech of a madman (Domenico), thus seeking to reveal these
hidden meanings.
The performer equipped with a Wireless Sensitive Suit, generates a random speech
sounds through their movement and re-mix these sounds through a sensitiveglove.
This Wireless Sensitive Suit is a performance instrument that is equipped with multiple
sensors that capture some movements of the performer and a wireless system for
sending data from the sensors to a PC where the sound is generated.

Panoply Performance Laboratory (Esther Neff and Brian McCorkle)
“Synthesis #13”
Visualizing smells/musicalizing visuals and experimentation with
synesthesia/protoception over the internet
http://www.panoplylab.org
The Panoply Performance Laboratory (PPL) is a performance collective
formed in 2006 by librettist/director/video artist Esther Neff and
composer/musician/sound artist Brian McCorkle. PPL’s hyper-structural
performance art projects are developed in collaboration with
individuals from many different walks of life, and through community
workshops, interviews, and other engaged practices. They often examine
complex systems and trace epistemic, emotional, and socio-political
viewpoints held by individuals and groups. Using home-made
technological set-ups, multiple languages, video, interactive and
participatory elements, field-recorded sound, and found materials, PPL
works operate across many disciplines. Their current project is a
5-episode opera called NATURE FETISH in development at University
Settlement.

Valerie Kuehne
http://www.dreamzoo.bandcamp.com
Valerie Kuehne is an electrically charged virtuoso of all purpose
cello. Dynamic performer, fearless improviser, songwriter, vocalist,
and classically trained connoisseur of Bach and Britten, Valerie can
be found playing incessant shows in NYC, where she devotes formidable
heart, intellect, creativity, and time to cross-pollinating sundry
genres. Armed with finesse, Valerie is impressively present on stage,
rendering poignant punctuations of changeable emotional weather. In
any setting, her instrument aches with human implications and fiendish
alien fuel.

Anya Liftig
http://www.anyaliftig.com
Anya Liftig’s work has been featured at TATE Modern, Highways
Performance Space, Exit Art, Chashama, Surreal Estate, Eyedrum, Grace
Exhibition Space, Flux Factory, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center,
Galapagos, The Flea, Performance Art Institute, Yale University,
Center for Performance Research,INCUBATEChicago, University of
Wisconsin, University of Chicago, Mess Hall, Joyce Soho and many other
venues. Her work, “The Anxiety of Influence,” was an intervention into
Marina Abramovic’s “The Artist is Present” retrospective at MOMA.
Liftig dressed as the elder artist and sat across from her all day.Her
work has been published and written about in The New York Times
Magazine, Bomb, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue Italia, Marie Claire
Italia, Heeb, The Other Journal, Jewcy, Mix Magazine, Next Magazine,
Now and Then, Stay Thirsty, New York Magazine, Gothamist, Jezebel,
Animal New York and many others. She is a graduate of Yale University
and Georgia State University and has received grant and residency
support from The Field, Vermont Studio Center, University of
Antioquia, Casa Tres Patios-Medellin Colombia, and Flux Projects,
Atlanta.

Remote Control Tomato (video + sound / Christina deRoos and Thomas
Bell) leading into an improvised collaboration with all performers
http://www.christinaderoos.com
http://www.twin72.com

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