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Influx Planning Meeting @ CAMP 5/6

Influx planning meeting @ CAMP, Sunday 5/6, 1pm.

Come create the Influx party. Bring ideas of human-power or bring your feet for flyering. All help is absolutely appreciated. Afternoon snacky-snack provided at meeting.
Influx is a fund-raiser for the Community Arts and Media Project. This is a call for artists to be a part of a one-night installation art party focusing on human-powered technologies. Pieces submitted may be any form and are open to your interpretation. Examples of ideas in the works include bike generators, acoustic performance, boat in pool, rickshaw trail rides, and 2D pieces that are thematically appropriate.

As the space has been rehabbed as greenly as possible, the theme interacts with the space to illustrate models of sustainable practicalities and fun.

We are looking to have an activity-packed night and creative and outrageous ideas are absolutely encouraged, but they must be safe and positive. There is no fee for submissions

Please email Shannon at shanana(AT)riseup(DOT)net with submissions/questions or call 314-306-6249.

More info:
stlcamp.org/influx2007
stlcamp.org/Influx2007CallOut
 
 

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Re: Influx Planning Meeting @ CAMP 5/6

We are looking to have an activity-packed night and creative and outrageous ideas are absolutely encouraged, "but they must be safe and positive."

What does that mean? Is there no room for 'dangerous' or 'negative' art at your space? Those have been the only kinds to go down in history.
 

Re: Re: Influx Planning Meeting @ CAMP 5/6

We do indeed seek for installations, pieces, and other contributions to Influx to be challenging in nature. The theme "human-powered technologies" will challenge the tyranny of personal, motorized transportation and its entrenched culture.

By "safe" we mean peformance that would not endanger the artist or spectators with physical harm.

By "positive" we mean pieces that celebrate the emancipating qualities of human-powered technologies, and so forth.

Both of these are left to the judgement of the participating artists/performers and organizers.
 

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