Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick

Mardi 05 juillet 2016

APPEL: Duration & Dialogue II Performance Art Festival


The Duration & Dialogue Collective is proud to announce a call for submissions for the Duration & Dialogue II Performance Art Festival at Katzman Contemporary, curated by Natasha Bailey, Dario Del Degan, and Johannes Zits. Duration & Dialogue II will run from January 27 to 29, 2017, exploring the theme of “duration.”

This call is for performance art submissions that explore the theme of “duration” within a maximum time frame of 12 hours. Artists are also welcome to propose live stream performances from remote locations.

To enlarge the focus on performance art and to further promote the dialogue of aesthetics within our contemporary context, artists participating in this festival will be paired with an industry professional to lead a post-performance discussion with audience members.

Artists selected to perform in the Duration & Dialogue II Performance Arts Festival will be paid a small honorarium for their participation. All production costs are the responsibility of the artists; however, the gallery will offer its resources as available.

Proposals should include:
-a CV-an artist statement
-a detailed description of the work you wish to present or explore
-any relevant support material

Please send files as PDFs. You may include images, videos, print, or digital documentation of your work as links, PDFs, or image files. Please be courteous of image size and materials that you are sending. Ensure that attachments total to less than 10MB; if more space is required for time-based or intermedia work, you may provide a link to a Dropbox.

Send your proposal by email to with a subject line of Duration & Dialogue II.

The deadline for submissions is FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2016 by midnight. Artists selected to participate will be contacted by Monday, October 17, 2016 by 5:00pm.

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