Mediatised Sites -
Call for Artists for Research and Development Project

Artists with an interest in exploring relationships between mediatised performance and site-responsive work are invited to participate in a research and development project that investigates notions of place, performance and mediatisation. The project will involve participating in a curated making process from November 2007 to April 2008.

The curation and performance process will take place through new media, such as free online social technologies, wikis, blogs, streaming video etc. The project will culminate in online and live performances on Fri 18 Apr 2008, and each selected project/participant will receive £100. Final year undergraduate students, post-graduate students, emerging and established artists are all encouraged to apply.

To apply to participate send:

-A short biography
-A rationale for your participation, including what you think you might bring to the project and what you hope to gain from taking part

Send the above, or any questions that you might have, to Kate and Tamara

Kate Craddock is currently a graduate teaching assistant at Northumbria University, where she is engaged in PhD research on notions of cross-cultural interdisciplinary collaboration. With Lynnette Moran, she is co-artistic director of mouth to mouth: a globally dispersed performance collective.

Tamara Ashley is currently undertaking PhD research into improvisational practices in mediatised performance sites at Texas Woman’s University. She also co-directs Brief Magnetics, with Simone Kenyon and is a senior lecturer in choreography at Northumbria University.

The project is supported by Northumbria University.