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Subject:

The second international Opensource: {Videodance} symposium.

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Simon Fildes and Katrina McPherson <[log in to unmask]>

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Simon Fildes and Katrina McPherson <[log in to unmask]>

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The second international Opensource: {Videodance} symposium.
Universal Hall Arts Centre, Findhorn Foundation Community,  
Morayshire, Scotland
21st - 25th November 2007.

Screen dance is a rapidly expanding area of artistic, academic and  
curatorial activity worldwide. Inherent in screen dance practice is  
the interface and collaboration between dance artists and media arts  
practitioners. Opensource: {Videodance} 2007 is an open symposium for  
video dance-makers and dance artists, academics, curators and  
producers coming together, to share ideas and work, network and  
debate, and provide a valuable platform for current issues in the  
area of screen dance practice to come to the surface.

Building on the strengths of the 2006 event, this symposium expressly  
aims to place current screen dance practice in a wider theoretical  
and critical context and to bring people from the collaborating  
disciplines together in a way that rarely happens, in order to impact  
significantly and positively on the lives and work of the  
participating individuals. The vision is to create an exciting and  
supportive place for people to engage, talk, hang out, relax, think,  
and listen, and to enable the spontaneous and dynamic unfolding of  
events. The programme for the four days will be a mixture of pre- 
arranged presentations and open forums initiated by the participants.  
Whilst the greater part of the timetable will be dedicated to  
allowing the participants to initiate and following though  
discussion, we will again approach a select few artists/academics to  
give special presentations/lectures designed to inspire and provoke  
thought beyond the direct concerns of the participants. In addition,  
this year we are inviting proposals for limited number of presentations.

Call for proposals:

Seminar and Paper proposals are invited for presentation from authors
(Academics and practitioners) of investigations into the interfaces  
of screen dance to one of the following formats:
Academic research paper,
Reports on practice-based work,
Essay,
Curated screening of work.

We encourage contributions that are related to all aspects of screen  
dance practice including interdisciplinary approaches in performance,  
architecture, music, literature, visual arts, and new media but  
particular preference will be given to those exploring the outcomes  
of the first Opensource {Videodance} symposium in 2006, notably the  
‘draft (hu)manifesto’ available to read here.

All proposals will be peer-reviewed and selected based on their  
quality, originality, and potential for further discourse and  
appropriateness for the symposium. Paper Proposals/Abstracts should  
be submitted no later than June 30, 2007. Notification of acceptance  
will be sent by July 30, 2007. Those selected will be invited to  
submit their presentation for publication in the first issue of The  
Screendance Journal. email: [log in to unmask]

Due to the open nature of this symposium presentation slots are  
limited therefore we are interested in inviting speakers who will be  
able to engage fully with the wider aims of the event.

Produced by Bodysurf Scotland and Videodance.org.uk . Funded and  
supported by Scottish Arts Council and The School of Media Arts and  
Imaging, University of Dundee, Scotland, UK

Contact [log in to unmask] for booking details and to register  
interest and keep checking http://videodance.blogspot.com for bulletins.

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