InDialogue 2019: 19th, 20th and 21st November, UK
InDialogue is back, and this time it is inviting artists and researchers to participate in the interrogation of dialogue across 3 cities in the Midlands, UK. Over the course of 3 days, InDialogue-ers will activate the cities of Derby, Lincoln and Nottingham through papers, workshops, performances, happenings, artist-led labs, live music, eat together, dance, debate, create installations and interventions.
This 4th iteration of InDialogue brings together UK and International based artists and researchers to push the boundaries in thinking about the use of DIALOGUE and SITE within PRACTICE, across the disciplines of art and design.
We invite proposals that activate a variety of regional cultural venues Derby Theatre, Déda, S.H.E.D, Mansions of the Future, Nottingham Contemporary. The call seeks to harness the potential afforded in the temporary occupation of, and movement between these sites in order to expand our examination of dialogic practices.
We also welcome proposals for the InDialogue bus that will transport participants between the 3 cities, and the mobile art space S.H.E.D., the Social Higher Education Depot commissioned by In Good Company & the University of Derby.
InDialogue 2019, sees us working with 11 cultural partners from across the East Midlands: Contemporary Visual Arts Network (CVAN), Dance 4, Déda, Derby City Council, Derby Theatre, In Good Company, Mansions of the Future, Nottingham Contemporary, S.H.E.D., University of Derby, University of Lincoln. Further details of venues can be found on the InDialogue website.
Over the coming months we announce the Artists undertaking the InDialogue International Artist Residency, delivered in partnership with Dance4 and In Good Company details of registration and charges. The full programme for InDialogue 2019 will be announced early summer 2019.
InDialogue encourages abstracts and proposals for papers, interventions, performances, roundtables, InDialogue bus journeys between venues, coffee breaks and communal meal times.
It is important to note that InDialogue is has limited resources, technical support and does not offer funding for artists or others to show or create new work. We are, however, able to provide support in kind and written letters of support for those wishing to apply for grants or needing evidence for visa applications etc.
InDialogue 2019 will also be the subject of a special issue for international publication and will feature contributions from selected artists, researchers – participants to the event.
DEADLINE: 6.00 pm (GMT) Monday 18th February
NOTIFICATION OF SELECTION: 11th March 2019
To apply, click here.
I am very honored to be a contributing author to the book, Translating Across Sensory and Linguistic Borders: Intersemiotic Journeys Between Media. It just came out, so feel free to buy the hardcover or get the ebook from Palgrave.
Editors, Madeleine Campbell and Ricard Vidal, will present the book at the Seminar “Translation, Transmission and Cultural Transfer” at Queen Mary University in London on Wednesday 27th February 6pm (ArtsOne 1.28, Mile End Campus). The seminar is free and open to everyone.
See here for more info:
On 10th May there will be a celebratory book launch in Lisbon at the conference “Cultural Literacy and Cosmopolitan Conviviality” at Universidad Católica.
More info about the conference here: https://cleurope.eu/events/cle2019/
Arlene Tucker: author and curator of TID