Applications are open for a 5 day workshop, held in a secret location in Lancashire, led by Zierle & Carter and Christina Georgiou as part of DIY 12: 2015.
Applications are welcome from practitioners working within contemporary performance/cross interdisciplinary art forms from all levels of experience for this 5 day workshop.
A remote secret location – a group of explorers investigating the myriad of layers that linger and surface – moving between the boundaries of the imagined and reality – infused strongly by their curiosity for the unknown.
Unknown and unidentifiable to all (including the facilitators) Eyes Wide Open : Unearthing Fragments of the Future will be based at a secret remote location in the north of England for 5 days.
Throughout the 5 days Zierle & Carter and Christina Georgiou will facilitate the group to explore, intuit, listen to, unearth, trace, translate, and reimagine the sites meaning, not to piece together or locate its actual past, but instead to open a new dialogue of possibilities, exploring the myriad of layers that linger and surface, feeling the sites’ distinct ‘texture’, all from a fresh perspective – raw, stripped back, and bare.
Applications are welcome from practitioners working within contemporary performance/cross interdisciplinary art forms from all levels of experience. There are 10 places available.
Saturday 8 – Wednesday 13 August 2015
The group will explore the site at various times of day and night. Due to the concept of the project, please note all participants will need to commit to stay at the site/basecamp throughout the 5 days of the workshop.
How To Apply for this Workshop
For a full project summary, information about the artists and online application, please see the LADA DIY 12: 2015 website. Application deadline is 22 June 2015.