We Are Now Festival 2017

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OPEN CALL FOR ARTIST SUBMISSIONS: We Are Now Festival 2017

Description

Artist Call Out : We Are Now Festival 2017 

We are accepting submissions from performers, installation artists and sensory practicioners to feature in our next festival, 1 & 2 September, 2017 in East London.

Concept
We Are Now craft live events that explore the creative use of technology in the performing arts to create sensory experiences for audiences.

We provide a platform to showcase exceptional, exploratory and playful practices at the convergence of performance and technology. Featuring work from up and coming artists alongside more established names, We Are Now aims to support artists pushing the boundaries of their specialism to develop their work and professional networks and pioneer new methods of immersive experience in the arts.

Theme
Following on from our inaugural year at the Roundhouse, we are looking for work that uses technology and considers one or more of the following areas:

Senses/ sensors / electricity / explosive / interactivity / playful / immersion / provocation / existential / emotionally powerful / inner beauty / embodiment

Disciplines
We are looking for bold, experimental and inventive work which considers audiences at it’s core and are seeking submissions from artists in the following areas:

Theatre performances up to 90 mins in length / interactive performance / digital & new media artists / interactive installations / interactive sculpture / VR & AR / dance / music / sensory design / audio theatre / architecture / multi media / light installations

How to Apply

If you think you work might fit, please complete an application: https://survey.zohopublic.eu/zs/3gBBwd

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS 28th APRIL 2017

If you require further information, please get in touch at hello(at)wearenowfestival.com

www.wearenowfestival.com

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