[NetBehaviour] Low-Lives show Friday and Saturday, reminder - (fwd)

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Thu Apr 28 20:35:18 CEST 2011

Low Lives 3 - International Festival of Live Networked Performances

29 April30 April 2011

29 April 2011, 812 PM EST
30 April 2011, 36 PM EST

Full show schedule at:

Low Lives is pleased to present Low Lives 3, the third installment in a series 
of annual international art events. Low Lives 3 will feature more than fifty 
live performance-based works over two days, each transmitted over the web and 
projected in real time at venues across the globe, with a special spotlight on 
contemporary choreography.

Low Lives has expanded its reach to thirty-four presenting partners in the 
United States, Mexico, Spain, Japan, Germany, India, Tanzania, Trinidad and 
Tobago, and Austria. By featuring performances at numerous venues and 
broadcasting those works via online networks, Low Lives provides a new model 
for efficiently presenting, viewing, and archiving live performance-based art.

Low Lives highlights works that critically investigate, challenge, and extend 
the potential of performative practices. The project celebrates the 
transmission of ideas beyond geographical and cultural borders, offering global 
audiences the opportunity to consider live performance in both physical and 
virtual space.

View the live performances online: www.ustream.tv/channel/low-lives-3

Participating Artists Annie Abrahams / Lukas Avendao / Chloe Bass + Brian 
Balderston / Camille Baker / Tzitzi Barrantes / Rachelle Beaudoin / Black & 
Jones / Caroline Boileau / Catherine Cabeen and Company / Jennifer Chan / 
Tyrone Davies / Joseph DeLappe / dev01ded / Alfred Dong / Nancy Douthey / Eosin 
(Diana Combo) / Julie Fotheringham + Jarryd Lowder / Second Front / Scapegoat 
Garden (Deborah Goffe) / Carlos Gonzalez / Katelena Hernandez / Ajeesh K.B. + 
Santhosh V.S. + Hemabharathy Palani / Jayson Keeling / La La La Singers / 
Gabriela Len + Sal Lpez Velarde + Daniel Weinstock / Shaun El C. Leonardo / 
Anya Liftig / Kristin Lucas / James Mbunju and Company / Saul Melman / Marcello 
Mercado / Jui Mhatre + Jaee Joshi / Julio Morales + Juan Luna-Avin / Irvin 
Morazan + Maya Jeffereis / Kendall Nordin / Molly O'Connor (Molliver) / Julian 
Palacz + Bernhard Garnicnig / So Percussion / SaBa / Marisol Salanova / Rosa 
Sanchez + Alain Baumann / Byd Sarret / Jenny Schlief / Carmen Sober / Alan 
Sondheim / Nathan Stevens / Zornitsa Stoyanova (Here[Begin]Dance) / Channel TWo 
/ Frans van Lent / Claude van Lingen / Ginna Alejandra Vlez Carrasco / Rodell 
Warner / Ian Warren / Heather Warren-Crow / Rebecca Weiner / Paul Wiersbinski /

Presenting Partners Alice Yard / Aljira, A Center for Contemporary Art / 
Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts / AE District / Box 13 / Center for 
Performance Research / Chez Bushwick / Co-lab / Crossing Art Gallery / Diaspora 
Vibe Gallery / DiverseWorks / Elon University Department of Art & Art History / 
Fusebox Festival / Headspace / Konic Thtr / La Periferia / La Perrera / Living 
Arts / MACO, Museo de Arte Contemporneo de Oaxaca / Mascher Space Co-op / 
Mindpirates / Obsidian Arts / On the Boards / Portland Institute for 
Contemporary Art / QMAD, Queens Media Art Development / Real Art Ways / Simba 
Theatre Art International / SOMArts / the temporary space / Utah Museum of Fine 
Arts / Village Museum / WORM Vienna /

See www.lowlives.net to find a presenting partner in your city.

Founder and producer of Low Lives, Jorge Rojas, is a multidisciplinary artist 
and independent curator.

Low Lives 3 is co-produced by Chez Bushwick, an artist-run organization based 
in Brooklyn, New York. Chez Bushwick is dedicated to the advancement of 
interdisciplinary art and performance and places a special emphasis on new 
choreography. www.chezbushwick.net

Low Lives 3 is funded in part by The Experimental Television Funds program. The 
Experimental Television Centers Presentation Funds program is supported by the 
New York State Council on the Arts.
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