Get ready! Be quick!
we’re launching the next edition of the LPM, the Live Performers Meeting: in Minsk, Belarus, on Sept. 22-25 2011.
AOS will be coordinating the Sensible Data section of LPM: for this section the call is open to everyone who works with information visualization.
The Sensible Data section will feature a workshop which will introduce everyone involved to the beauty, power and possibilities offered by Information Visualization, and it will feature performances of designers, artists and visual performers which use informations (data sets, databases, open data, harvested data from the web, realtime captures from social networks, anything!) to power up their performance, creating narratives out of planetary issues, critical analysis of information, awareness on important matters and all those ways in which you can currently use data to convey stories about human beings, merging politics and poetics, and creating dramatic experiences.
Below you can find the general call for LPM Minsk. Be quick! According to where you live you might need a permit to access Belarus, and a letter of invitation!
The X edition of LPM is in Minsk from 22th to 25nd of September.
Ready to participate?
The LPM MINSK registration form is on-line.
Subscription is now open until 15th July, 2011.
ATTENTION: TO GET IN BELARUS YOU NEED A VISA AND OFTEN A LETTER OF INVITATION
Hurry-up and send us your project!
We are looking for live audiovisual performances, vj sets, interactive
installations and workshops proposals from artists, practitioners,
thinkers and makers involved in LIVE VIDEO.
This year we aim at investigating and presenting some specific strands
of live video practice.
Learn more about the new themes of LPM 2011 at:
LPM – Live Performers Meeting is one of the leading events of live
video, audiovisual performance and new media arts.
Taking part in LPM represents a unique chance to be involved in four
days of av performances, vjing, workshops, panel discussions, product
showcase with an amazing community of vjs, audiovisual artists, new
media practitioners and thinkers worldwide!
The 2011 edition at Nuovo Cinema Aquila in Rome registered 484 artists
from France, Hungary, Italy, Germany, United States, Spain, Belarus,
Slovenia, Russian Federation, Poland, United Kingdom, Ireland,
Albania, Greece, Switzerland, Uruguay, Mexico, Brazil, Portugal, New
Zealand, Netherlands, Ukraine, Romania, Andorra, Argentina, Bulgaria,
Belgium, Colombia, India, Denmark, Turkey, Macedonia. We exhibited 241
works, among performances, workshop and showcases over 5 stages.