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January 31, 2007




Enter_Unknown Territories is an international New Technology Arts Festival and Conference happening in Cambridge for the first time from 25-29 April 2007.

PUBLIC ART EVENTS: From 25 to 29 April, Enter_ invites you to explore new ways of experiencing and making new technology performance and sonic arts. LED art installations, CCTV footage films and an interactive maze are just some of the works set to invade Cambridge’s public spaces as Enter_ unfolds, claiming new territories.

WORKSHOPS: Visit our temporary dome site on Parker’s Piece to meet artists and find out more about new technology arts practice and process. Take part in a DIY workshop or hang out at the Mediashed or just drop in for a coffee to see what it’s all about.

LIVE PERFORMANCE: Performances, featuring cutting edge sonic arts, dance and theatre, make up an electric programme of live events, during the festival nights at the Junction.

CONFERENCE: As art and new technology practice challenge the borders between creative disciplines, contemporary culture and commerce, the relationships shift between producer and consumer. As these boundaries are contested, dissolved and reformed, new kinds of spaces are emerging for creativity, discussion and experience. The conference provides an opportunity to explore these new spaces and maps the potential for collaboration and exchange. The conference will explore three topics (Participation and Consumption, Control Technology and Technology & Sustainability) as catalysts for discussion and examine existing international exemplary practices to highlight potential new spaces for future collaboration.

The conference will take place at Downing College and The Junction from 25-27 April.


Presale will start from 15 Feb 2007. Check the website for special advance discounts, programme updates and further information: www.enternet.org.uk

Enter_ is a collaboration between essexdance, The Junction, Wysing Arts Centre and is funded by Arts Council England, East and the East of England Development Agency.

Posted by jo at January 31, 2007 08:09 AM