19 – 22 May 2011 Nuovo Cinema Aquila Rome, Italy
The ninth edition of LPM – Live Performers Meeting – kicks off on 19th May 2011.
LPM offers a unique chance to be involved in four days of av performances, vjing, workshops, panel discussions, product showcase which will bring together an amazing community of vjs, audiovisual artists, new media practitioners and thinkers worldwide.
The 2010 edition at Brancaleone in Rome registered 301 artists from Germany, Italy, Netherlands, France, Israel, Switzerland, Poland, Taiwan, Hungary, United States, Austria, Greece, Brazil, United Kingdom, Spain, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Portugal, Ireland, Norway, New Zealand, Turkey, Latvia. We exhibited 177 works, amongperformances, workshop and showcases over 4 stages.
LPM will take place at the recently renewed Cinema Aquila, a multi-purpose cultural space dedicated to cinema and visual arts. Venue consists of three floors and includes 3 cinema halls set up with the highest technological standards, foyer and other spaces dedicated to the social interaction we love to promote at LPM.
LPM maintain the 4-days formula, but this time different fields of artistic research will be presented heterogeneously; hundreds performance and artworks investigating specific themes will be performed and exhibited each day without the constrain of one only daily topic. This way we hope to offer an insightful and surprising program, highlighting diverse artistic practices every day while fostering the sharing of knowledge by means of workshops, presentations and panel discussions.
The everyday schedule of the event:
15:00 – 21:00 Workshop
15:00 – 16:00 Lectures and conferences
16:00 – 18:00 Presentation of projects and products
18:00 – 04:00 Performances and VJ / DJ sets
04.05.2011 – 08.05.2011 ELEKTRA 12
Renowned internationally as a cutting-edge festival, Elektra offers diverse experiences: immersive shows, live performances, interactive devices, installations and much more. Elektra focuses on presenting links between the latest technologies and their creative potential, using different mediums such as music, video, design, cinema, game and robotic.
Elektra allows artists from a range of disciplines (composition, performance, dance, visual arts etc.) to share their common interest for the artistic application of new technologies in order to explore the ever-evolving ways in which audio and visual can be united.
FIBER FESTIVAL WEB SITE – | 15 / 01 / 2011 | TROUW AMSTERDAM, HOLLAND