OPEN CALL FOR WRITING COMMISSIONS
£500 each awarded commission (at least 5 commissions are available)
Choreographers Robin Dingemans and Nick Bryson seek brief writing proposals for their upcoming book The Virtuosity of Exposure relating to their multi iteration work The Point At Which It Last Made Sense.
The Point At Which It Last Made Sense disseminates in whatever media is appropriate it's products, creative findings and realisations generated.This multi iteration work hinges on extremes of advertising, intertwined with an exploration of beauty, from the profound to the superficial. The mechanism of evolution articulated as marketing tools, simultaneously mystical and baldly selfish. With performers paralympian James O’shea (UK) & Rosa Vreeling (NL).
DEADLINE: Midnight on Monday 14 April .
Submit maximum one side of A4 proposals along with a brief biography or cv to firstname.lastname@example.org
The winning submissions will be commissioned to write a maximum 5000 word piece.
We seek writers interested in responding to the work and the ideas and themes it explores.
Suggested topics include:
Positive discrimination in relation to race, gender or disability.
Experimental writings responding to any aspect of The Point At Which It Last Made Sense.
Dehumanisation/objectification of women in dance and the media.
Publicly subsidised funding politics in the arts.
Radical and experimental approaches in the arts and their relation to market economies/neoconservatism. Interpersonal relations in collaborative art making.