Khalil Charif, 2012. Live Performed at Low Lives 4 – International Festival of Live Networked Performances, April 2012.
Note: If there is interest, you may get more information about this work and also see the previous "Speeches" (performance video) here in vimeo.com/35927713 Thank you!
Low Lives 4 is the fourth installment in a series of annual international art events. Low Lives 4 featured sixty live performance-based works over two days, each transmitted over the web and projected in real time at twenty-five venues worldwide.
Low Lives celebrates the transmission of ideas beyond geographical and cultural borders, offering global audiences the opportunity to consider live performance in both physical and virtual space.
“Over the past four years Low Lives has developed a platform that invites and enables artists, audiences, and presenting venues to ‘plug in and participate’ from anywhere an internet connection exists,” Low Lives Founding Director, Jorge Rojas, explains. “Low Lives is not simply about the presentation of performative gestures at a particular place and time, it is also about exploring the potential of live streaming networks as a creative medium connecting performance artists with audiences around the world.”
A live simulcast of the event was streamed on April 27 and 28, 2012, at lowlives.net
Austin Adkins | Regina Agu | Lindsey Allgood + Amy Luznicky | Emma Alonze | Mauricio Ancalmo | Angela Bartram + Mary O’Neill | Mariane Bourcheix-Laporte | Ruth Vigueras Bravo | Caryana Castillo | Khalil Charif | Matthew Thomas Cianfrani | Gina Cuntstruct | Elwin Cotman | Dance Troupe Practice + Luciana D’Anunciação | Ian Deleon + Kara Stokowski | Stephanie Diamond | Bados Earthling + The Wild Audio Society | Michelle Ellsworth | Ursula Endlicher | Tim Eriksen | Francesca Fini | Les Filles Föllen | Marcel William Foster + Dunstan Matungwa | Future Death Toll | Lawrence Graham-Brown | Alejandro Guzmán | Matt Hawthorn | Joseph Herring | Kanene Holder | James Holland + Alycia Bright Holland | Linda Hutchins | Rima Najdi | Samantha Jones | Igor Josifov | Nathaniel Katz + Valentina Curandi | Elizabeth Leister | Jonathan Lemieux | Gideonsson/Londré | Jonatan Lopez | Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen | Soukei Matsuo | MoTA – Museum of Transitory Art | Nataliya Petkova | Blatta Orientalis | Alexandre Pombo-Mendes | prOphecy sun | Stefan Riebel | Tara Raye Russo | Nuria Guiu Sagarra | Maximiliano Siñani | Jonathan Sutton | Étienne Tremblay-Tardif | Elinor Thompson | Robert Tyree + Andra Rotaru | Marcus Vinícius | A.G. Viva | Alyssa Taylor Wendt | Amelia Winger-Bearskin | Martin Zet |
Aljira, A Center for Contemporary Art (Newark, New Jersey) | Center for Performance Research (CPR) (Brooklyn, New York) | Chez Bushwick (Brooklyn, New York) | Co-Lab (Austin, Texas) | Diaspora Vibe Gallery (Miami, Florida) | Fusebox Festival (Austin, Texas) | Grace Exhibition Space (Austin, Texas) | Legion Arts (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) | Little Berlin (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) | Living Arts (Tulsa, Oklahoma) | Mascher Space Co-op (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) | Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) (Portland, Oregon) | Real Art Ways (Harford, Connecticut) | SOMArts (San Francisco, California) | Space One Eleven (Birmingham, Alabama) | Spread Art (Brooklyn, New York) | Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA) (Salt Lake City, Utah) | Alice Yard (Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago) | the temporary space (USA/Japan) | Yamaguchi Institute of Contemporary Arts (YICA) (Yamaguchi, Japan) | Dimanche Rouge (Paris, France) | La Maison des Artistes (Paris, France) | Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bogotá (MAC) (Colombia) | At The Vanishing Point (Sydney, Australia) | Small Projects (Tromsø, Norway) | Ateliers ’89, Contemporary Art Institute (Oranjestad, Aruba)
Low Lives Founding Director and Producer, Jorge Rojas, is a multidisciplinary artist and independent curator.
Low Lives 4 is Co-Produced by Brooklyn-based arts organizations Chez Bushwick, SPREAD ART, and by Colombian artist, Juan Obando.
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