The Interactive Performance Zone invites participants to engage creatively in public space & will be staged for Miami Art Week/Art Basel Dec 2-5. I’m looking for an Art Crew.
Would you like to join in? Together we can bring joy, connection, festivity, inclusion, and fun to the “Art World”.
Spend a day or more during the festival engaging the audience, filming, taking photos, or however you want to participate. Any day or days helping out would be wonderful.
Miami is our Playground.
We plan to be out and about traveling from Gallery to Gallery, to Art Party. A day or two will focus on Miami Beach, one on Wynwood, and other spontaneous spots.
Some pay and food included.
If you want to participate please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your availability and area of interest. Thank you!!! Yana Landowne (callingallparties.org)
As the public enters the IPZ they are invited to engage – everyone present is potentially a performer. One can do as much or as little as they like because anything done is part of the performance.
The idea is that everyone is spectacular and that when we engage with people our focused energy lifts us all. The surprise of framing a location as performative, opens up our public spaces as a potential creative connection areas.
I directed a staged reading for LPTW and Julia’s Reading room of Tennessee Williams early play setting it in a women’s prison instead of a man’s to see how it would hold up to a gender shift and it did. Looking forward to the opportunity to direct a full production in the future.
I participated in Figment Toronto with “Your Tour” an interactive tour of interactive art. Introducing people to artists, creating a playful space for participation, and basing the route on the desires of the people on the tour.
This year we had over 9,000 dancers come to celebrate the Diversity of Dance in NYC. I am grateful for this event and what it has done to build community within the dance world and the general public. Happy to have served on the board since 2006.
I worked on an art crew at Coachella. Our project was to interact with the general public, hand people a chain of balloons that stretched across a field so that they could play with them, and to keep the balloons from running into concert structures.