LIVE EXCHANGE Delegate Program

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Dates & Session Times


Wednesday 20 Oct - 10:00am
Thursday 21 Oct - 10:00am
Friday 22 Oct - 10:00am
Saturday 23 Oct - 10:00am
Sunday 24 Oct - 10:00am
Monday 25 Oct - 10:00am
Tuesday 26 Oct - 10:00am
Wednesday 27 Oct - 10:00am

Venue

Online


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PRESENTED BY PERFORMANCE SPACE AND SYDNEY UNIVERSITY

Sydney University and Performance Space are working in collaboration to deliver the LIVE EXCHANGE delegate program - a series of online events and encounters designed to facilitate connection and exchange in these distant times between arts sector colleagues.

This program seeks to build new connections between like-minded organisations, artists and producers working in experimental practice. The program takes place virtually from Wednesday 20 October to Wednesday 27 October and includes an array of digital content and networking opportunities dotted amongst the digital offerings of the festival. 

Please note you will be responsible for booking your own tickets to LIVE NOW performances but as a Live Exchange delegate you will have an exclusive code to access discounted tickets and access to all delegate special events.

 

DELEGATES PROGRAM

 

12:00pm – 1:00pm AEDT
LIVE EXCHANGE OPENING WELCOME 
Join us for a Welcome to Country, and an introduction to the program by Performance Space Artistic Director and CEO Jeff Khan, Delegates Coordinator Veronica Barac-Gomez, and Sydney University Associate Professor Ian Maxwell.
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12:00pm – 1:30pm AEDT
LIVEWORKS ARTISTS IN CONVERSATION
Moderated by Lisa Catt
Artists: Julie-Anne Long, Cherine Fahd & Ivey Wawn

Liveworks artists Julie-Anne Long, Cherine Fahd and Ivey Wawn in conversation with Lisa Catt - Assistant Curator of International Art - at Art Gallery of New South Wales, to dive deep into their process and practice as they explore new possibilities for the body and the social, cultural and economic shape of our relationships.

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8:00pm – 9:30pm AEDT
ARTISTS IN CONVERSATION
Moderated by Kee Hong Low
Artists: Luke George, Daniel Kok and SJ Norman

Join Kee Hong Low - Head of Theatre and Performing Arts at West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong - in conversation with Liveworks artists Luke George, Daniel Kok and SJ Norman to speak on international cross-border collaboration and utilising digital technologies to keep artists and audiences connected across borders.

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8:00pm – 10:00pm AEDT
EVOLUTIONS IN MOBILITY
Moderated by Amrit Gill - Artistic Director and Chief Executive Officer at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art

This specially-curated forum advances current critical conversations about international mobility in experimental performance practice. As border closures, vaccine inequity and the ongoing disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic reshape our sense of what’s possible, this session explores leading examples of how artists, curators and institutions are navigating questions of mobility and international exchange as our world continues to change.

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12:00pm – 1:30pm AEDT
ARTISTS IN CONVERSATION
Moderated by Hannah Fox
Artists: Amrita Hepi, Field Theory & Natasha Tontey

Hannah Fox - Co- Artistic Director of RISING Festival- in conversation with Amrita Hepi, Field Theory and Natasha Tontey- exploring the connections between very personal and public cultural narratives, and the use of performance to intervene into existing systems of knowledge and power.

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12pm to 1:30pm
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL PRESENTS: INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY, HOSTED BY MAKE OR BREAK

Join the International Engagement team at the Australia Council for the Arts to learn about the new International Engagement Strategy 2021-25 for a very changed world. Share in the opportunities and pathways for hybrid and borderless engagement, and have informal chats with staff based in Australia and overseas on new models. This conversation will be hosted by Make or Break and there will be plenty of opportunities for questions!

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12pm to 1:00pm AEDT
APAM PRESENTS: THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL 

For some artists and presenters, going digital has primarily been a way to make it through pandemic times. But for others - particularly those working with experimental, emerging and hybrid forms - digital engagement is here to stay, and we're just getting started. In this conversation we'll hear from colleagues across different regions who are committing to digital presentation as a way of working into the future. 

Moderators: Catherine Jones and Jeff Khan

Speakers: Natalie Hennedige, Heather Redfern, Cat Jones, Justin Shoulder

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3pm to 4:30pm AEDT
SUPPORTING EXPERIMENTAL INTERCULTURAL PRACTICE & PRESENTATION

Independent Producers, Jala Adolphus, Dr Sadiah Boonstra and Freya Waterson work across countries to develop, present and tour contemporary intercultural projects and experimental performance. We are mindful of the disconnect often experienced by audiences between what they are seeing and experiencing and the social, cultural and political contexts in which artists develop their work.

Through a series of discussions with artists, presenters and producers we are facilitating a collaborative dialogue that unpacks some of the challenges arising from current commissioning and presentation models. Like many peers across Asia, we are developing new thinking and strategies to generate more meaningful engagement between artists, presenters and audiences across cultures.

One aspect of this research is developing a methodology through which artists can create material that sits alongside a presented work, providing embedded, accessible and shareable context. We refer to this as ‘expanded materials’, produced in parallel to the creation of new performance work, and giving audiences the opportunity to ‘go deeper’ by accessing content that has been curated by the artist, ensuring their voice and cultural perspective is elevated, rather than interpreted by a presenting organisation.

Through this session at Liveworks, we will provide a platform to hear about new approaches from across the region, discuss challenges and, through a short workshop, collectively interrogate opportunities for developing these ideas into the future.

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LIVEWORK PROGRAM ON DEMAND

2:00pm – 4:00pm AEDT
LIVE FUTURES: KIN-SHIP-MATTER - LIVE ON-THE-LINE
Curated by Dr Léuli Eshrāghi
Panelists Announced on 22 September
More info and book here

6:00pm -8:00pm AEDT
LIVE DREAMS: MOSHI MOSHI!? - LIVE ON-THE-LINE
Artists: Kyoto Experiment
More info and book here

6:30pm -8:00pm AEDT
INTIMACY THROUGH THE CAMERA: CHERINE FAHD IN CONVERSATION WITH DANIEL MUDIE CUNNINGHAM AND JEFF KHAN
More info and book here

10:00am AEDT
KNOWLEDGE OF WOUNDS: S/KIN KEYNOTE WITH KIM TALLBEAR & DANIEL BROWNING
Curated by SJ Norman (Koori, Wiradjuri descent) and Joseph M. Pierce (citizen of the Cherokee Nation)
Join us for a conversation between Kim TallBear & Daniel Browning
More info and book here

2:00pm – 4:00pm AEDT
LIVE FUTURES: REMAPPING ECOLOGIES - LIVE ON-THE-LINE 
Curated by Holly Williams
More info and book here

6:00pm – 8:00pm AEDT
LIVE DREAMS: PORTAL - LIVE ON-THE-LINE
Curated by Emma Webb
More info and book here

6:30pm – 7:30pm AEDT
QUEENIE GIVES AN ADDRESS
Artist: Julie-Anne Long
More info and book here

2:00pm – 4:00pm AEDT
LIVE FUTURES: REIMAGINING TOUCH - LIVE ON-THE-LINE
Curated by Zahra Stardust
Panelists Announced on 22 September
More info and book here

6:00pm – 8:00pm AEDT
LIVE DREAMS: TRANSCEND - LIVE ON-THE-LINE
Curated by Choy Ka Fai
More info and book here

7:00pm – 8:30pm AEDT
How do you cope with constant beginnings? Amrita Hepi in conversation Mish Grigor
More info and book here

2:30pm – 3:30pm AEDT
KEYNOTE LECTURE: WOULD THE REAL TUSK PLEASE STAND UP?
Artist: Rosanna Raymond
More info and book here

6:00pm – 8:00pm AEDT
LIVE DREAMS: ISLAND - LIVE ON-THE-LINE
Curated by Performance Space
Artists announced on 22 September
More info and book here

2:00pm – 4:00pm AEDT
LIVE FUTURES: The Inheritance of the Future - LIVE ON-THE-LINE
Curated by Clothilde Bullen
Panelists Announced on 22 September
More info and book here

6:00pm – 8:00pm AEDT
LIVE DREAMS: ANCESTRY - LIVE ON-THE-LINE 
Curated by Nisha Madhan (Basement Theatre, NZ)
Artists announced on 22 September
More info and book here

 

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