PLEXUS 2015 INTERNATIONAL OPEN CALL BRING YOUR LIGHT
Artwork by Stefano Asili
All artists in person are invited to send their original digital work dedicated to the light, on the occasion of the International Year of Light and the Centenary of the Theory of the Relativity. Contributions has to be sent in jpg format to: email@example.com DEADLINE: Monday, December 7 pv.
A3 size reproductions of your artworks will be united with the collective work in progress of the PLEXUS METR'ART and exposed on December 10 International Human Rights Day at the International event "PLEXUS CARGO ART & FOOD WITHOUT BORDERS that will be held at the Centre d 'Art and Culture "Lazzaretto" in Cagliari, Sardinia, within the program Terra Mobile organized by the Carovana-MovimentoSuonoImmagine. The event of 60 minutes sharp will be in webstreaming at http:// www.ejatv .com and livetwitting at @plexusvoyage.
There will be links in real time via Skype with participants in various locations' of the world (Cairns (Australia), Dakar, Gambia, Atlanta (USA), Rome, etc.
THE PLEXUS INTERNATIONAL INTERATTIVE CYBERNAUTIC EVENT
WILL BE HELD, IN CAGLIARI, SARDINIA, AT THE CULTURAL CENTRE LAZZARETTO,ON 10 DECEMBER 2015, HUMAN RIGHTS DAY. IT IS MADE IN COLLABORATION WITH CAROVANA SMI-Suono Movimento Immagine, as part of the Terra Madre Program.
It is dedicated to THE 2015 INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF LIGHT, IN CONTINUATION FROM THE 2014 EVENT IN CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA, MORE NEWS ON THE WAY
Foto Luisa Mazzullo
Nell’ambito della manifestazione culturale Gasometro 3.0 dell'Estate Romana, mercoledi, 9 settembre 2015, alle ore 22, si e' tenuto il vernissage della mostra “Eating Art: Viaggio nel Pianeta Dieta Mediterranea”, a cura di Plexus International.
Il viaggio continua…
Video in Italian
BE READY FOR 10 DECEMBER 2015 "ART & FOOD WITH NO BORDERS". From the Nuragic Time of Sardinia, from the San Basilio Radio Telescopy to the megalithic sanctuary of Pranu Mottetu, on the occasion of Geometrie Sommerse cultural programme, on the Summer Soltize, Sandro Dernini as Plexus 23s, is sending out the Plexus International Call for the "Art and Food With No Borders" event to be held on 10 December 2015, International Human Rights Day
Il Viaggio Nuragico condotto da Sandro Dernini, Plexus 23s, dal Radio Telescopio di San Basilio al Santuario Megalitico di Pranu Mottetu, Sardegna in occasione della manifestazione culturale Geografie Sommerse, dedicata alla Nuraxia e al prof. Raimondo Demuro, a Suergu Donigala, Sardegna per il Soltizio d'Estate. Video girato da Orrnella D'Agostino
Plexus International Homage to Gaetano Brundu, historical player, who died today, 9 March 2015, in Cagliari, Sardinia.
His art immunological messanger is/will be the driving force/energy for Eating Art of the voyage ART AND FOOD WITHOUT BORDERS on board his little LIBERTE' de l'ART boat.
International Human Rights Day, 10 December 10, 2014
PLEXUS ART CO-OPERA # 5
CARGO – ART & FOOD WITHOUT BORDERS – LOOKING FOR PARADISE
by The Centre for Australasian Theatre and Plexus International
Canopy Art Centre, Cairns, Queensland, Australia
In Order to Survive, The Voyage Continues...in Solidarity
From Kre M'Baye:
Plexus is a tendency in direction of the universal of the civilization. It is a way to put together all people, it is a tendency to watch what happens in this planet with a consciousness of what happens, with no separation between the world and the human being. It is not an organization, it is more about a philosophy, a thought a proposition, a regard on how we deal with the issue of the human being. It is a tendency in direction of the unity, against any definitions or classifications which make separations.
Without unity, in the respect of the diversity and quality of the human being there is not democracy.
To prepare the Plexus Art Co-Opera 5 that will be presented, at the Canopy Arts Centre, in Cairns, Australia, on 10 December 2014, directed by the modular construction of Guillaume 'Willem' Brugman, Centre for Australasian Theatre, on board the Plexus Voyage will revitalise the ecology of a collective memory, by “reading” and interpreting, from the multi-perspective collaborative vision, the 30years history of Plexus International, as a multicultural community-based art project.
THE PLEXUS VOYAGE WILL CONTINUE ON 10 DECEMBER 2014 ON BOARD A CANOE WITH MANY PASSENGERS FROM THE CANOPY ARTCENTRE, CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA,
THE CANOE OF MANY PASSENGERS is a woodcut-artwork, printed in colour on unprimed canvas 83x210cm/Purchased by Cairns Regional Gallery 2004 (A collaborative wood-block print with artists and students of Cairns TAFE @ 1998 Anna Eglitis)
The Canopy Art Centre is an expansive 1000 square metre building in Cairns, Australia. It is. dedicated to showcasing the work of Far North Qld artists in the mediums of printmaking, painting and sculpture, working from Cairns to as far afield as Pormpuraaw, Hopevale and the Torres Straits, a new approach at Canopy has been to showcase the art of both indigenous and non-indigenous practitioners in the one space.
THIS INTER-CULTURAL ARTS INTERACTIVE TRAVELING EVENT, AS THE PLEXUS ART CO-OPERA N.5, WILL BE ORGANIZED
BY Guillaume 'Willem' Brugman, Centre for Australasian Theatre
The Voyage of the Elisabeth, a video documentation of the interaction from Rome with the Loewe Theatre' performance, New York University, New York, 2 August 2014, host John Gilbert with special guest Sandro Dernini, featuring: Christine Ghezzo, Lisa Naugle, Louis Lopes, Willem Brugman, Giancarlo Schiaffini,Mitchell Gustin Jim C and many others. Presents: Corrado De Murtas, Gianfranco Gianfri and Glaucia Coelho Demenjour.
Video by Salvatore M. Dernini
ThePlexus Metr'Art video contribution to the Voyage of the Elisabeth, 2 August 2014, at the Loewe Theatre, New York University, New York. Video by Marilisa Piga and sound by Cicci Carlo A. Borghi.
THE METRO SOUND OF THE VOYAGE OF THE ELISABETH CALL
you can hear the first alive show made on 14 July 2014 from the ZootCast radio with special guest Sandro Dernini, historical watcher of Plexus International
Welcome to Zootcast Radio, we broadcast from Rome 24 /7 music under creative commons license.
Zootcast Radio is replying to the Plexus International Call "The Voyage of the Elisabeth", with The Metro Sound Project.
The Metro Sound Project is a progressive playlist of musical track, and will be presented in New York, on August 2nd, at the Loewe Theater of the New York University.
In reply to this Plexus Call, ZOOTCAST warmly invite you to Express Yourself! Send your music before the deadline (July 30th) and it will be added to the playlist.
To participate: send by email to firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
one single digital Image, video & sound file (3 minutes long max) of your artwork on the following
You can find all the details on the websites Zootcast.com / Plexusinternational.org as well on the related FaceBook pages.
From 14 July 14 to 2 August 2014, ZootCast.com on its Web radio will broadcast a special playlist called THE METRO SOUND, during which will be released all the music contributions arrived in response to the Plexus International Call "The Voyage of the Elisabeth."
PLEXUS INTERNATIONAL OPEN CALL FOR THE VOYAGE OF ELISABETH,
as a tribute to David W. Ecker and Dinu Ghezzo
2 August 2014
Loewe Theatre, New York
THE METRO SOUND
Within the NYU IMPACT Programme, towards the Open Call "The Voyage of the Elisabeth", Plexus International and ZOOTCAST-Rome agreed, on the spirit of the collaborative experience of the METR'ART, to develop "THE METRO SOUND", a special playlist on the ZOOTCast Radio, made by all musical contributions sent to the Call The Voyage of the Elisabeth.
All artists contributions will be performed at the Loewe Theatre of the New York University, New York, on August 2, 2014.
To participate: send your contributions by e-mail or firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com attaching a single digital image, a video or audio file (3 minutes max)
DEADLINE, 30 JULY 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PLEXUS INTERNATIONAL OPEN CALL
THE VOYAGE OF THE ELISABETH
A COLLABORATIVE AND INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCE IN 5 MOVEMENTS
Dedicated to David Ecker and Dinu Ghezzo
On the occasion of the NYU 2014 IMPACT Programme (Interactive Multimedia Performing Arts Collaborative Technology), a summer transformative students experience at NYU Steinhardt School, New York, Plexus International invite all artists in the first person as artists as researchers to participate to “The Voyage of the Elisabeth”, a collaborative and interactive performance as a tribute to two historical players: Dinu Ghezzo (Il Viaggio del Serpente, Plexus International 1988, New York University) and David Ecker (The 1992 Christopher Columbus Consortium, Plexus International, 1989, New York University) and internationally acclaimed art and music educators. It is made in collaboration with ISALTA-International Society for the Advancement of Living Traditions in Arts, NYU IMPACT Program and Art Intendo.
All artists contributions will be performed at NYU Loewe Theatre event in webstreaming
To participate: send by email to firstname.lastname@example.org;email@example.com
one single digital Image, video & sound file (3 minutes long max) of your artwork on the following 5 movement themes:
1. WORLDLY DREAMS AND DREAMERS
2. SETTING SAIL
3. COURSE CHANGES-SEA CHANGES
5. COMING HOME
Deadline: July 30, 2014
For more info: www.plexusinternational.org
By reaffirming the art as a human right for all, against any forms of slavery, ancient and contemporary, BRING YOUR MYTH-DREAM
From Cairns, Far North Queensland, Australia, from Guillaume 'Willem' Brugman an open conceptual framework proposal for the Plexus Art Co-Opera n.5
TITLE: THE ART SLAVERY CARGO JOURNEY
FORMAT: AN INTER-ARTS MULTICULTURAL CO-PRODUCTION TRAVELING EVENT
DATE : 10 December 2014
TIME: Time zones e.g.. when the sun rises on Dec. 10 2014, travelling west, events can be a 're-lay', one following after/upon a next one.
WHERE: Centre for Australasian Theatre, intercultural theatre for a New World,
Queensland, Cairns, Australia, First departure and last arrival
WHAT: Various digitalised formats, live or delayed streamming of 'HAPPENINGS' can be given/received and become integrated with/in localized presentations and might go FROM ONE TO THE NEXT etc…until ACCUMULATION OF EVERYTHING IS RECEIVED AT THE STARTING POINT OF THE DEPARTURE OF THE JOURNEY…(THE SERPENT EATING ITS TAIL !).
This Plexus International journey of the Art Slavery Cargo, between myth, fantasy and reality, is a voyage of explore new routes for navigation into the unknown and to discover the diversity of the Plexus International participants: performance artists and physicists, jazz musicians and composers, actors, dancers and philosophers, politicians and poets join others in an ebb and flow of global interaction through the Plexus International Art Co-Opera mytho-compressionist process* (1)
A collaboration of voices on board the Art Slavery Cargo will speak for the acknowledgement of community-based artistic identities across ethnic and cultural lines, moving beyond the aesthetic limitations of art definitions, labels and categories, resisting the reduction of art to a commodity of the Artworld Market. By challenging the theoretical view that the “artistic identification” is conferred only by the Artworld, Plexus International claims a legitimacy also for a “community-based artistic identification.” (2).
The Plexus International journey on board the Art Slavery Cargo, by positioning art in the experience and local knowledge of “insiders,” strives to overcome the outworn notion of "autonomous art" by means of a interdependent vision of art and life.
A modular construction* is a combination of music, dance, theatre, video, and architectural stage design as a participatory facilitating process to merge, in a transparent multi-layer energetic design, all possible art forms without a dominance of one form over the other one, without a hierarchic directional structure.(3). It is shaped on the idea of a gathering of energies coming together into the Plexus Art Co-Opera n.5 from many different art fields fitting many more individual expressions
into an overall collaborative work, the art Co-opera.
Cargo cults are marked by a number of common characteristics, including a "myth-dream" that is a synthesis of indigenous and foreign elements; the expectation of help from the ancestors; charismatic leaders; and lastly, belief in the appearance of an abundance of goods.
The "myth-dream" of various serpents and dragons symbols: Orobouru, Rainbow Serpent, Quatzacaotle/Feathered Serpent, Serpent of Stone, Irmgard, Ningki Nangka/Le Python Royal, Chinese Dragon, Kundalini Serpent, Epidaurus Serpent, etc…
In the 2013 Plexus International Open Call's sign of the need to expand the perception of the world in which we live and in the consciousness of the everyday acting and behaviors all artists in the first person's contributions to “THE ART SLAVERY CARGO JOURNEY”, the Plexus Art Co-Opera n.5, will be reckoned by Guillaume ‘Willem’ Brugman firstname.lastname@example.org, between various 'localisations', starting from the Centre for Australasian Theatre, in Cairns/Australia, and moving to other locations where/when other productions will be established (for example: Roma/Italy, Cagliari/Sardegna, New York and Atlanta/USA, Dakar/Senegal, Asia? South America?)
The modular construction can be defined by:
Time zones e.g.. when the sun rises on Dec. 10 2014, travelling west, events can be a 're-lay', one following after/upon a next one.
The Artist in the first person (4) as artistist-researcher (5) is searching and expressing reality as felt (Butch Morris) intra- and inter-personal, social/community, economy/environment, spiritual/political.
Within Plexus history both Slavery and Serpent are recurring motifs/themes/symbols and past imagery can be used by all partaking makes connected song lines to increase perceptiona nd awareness through synestisia (6)
Universals, such as space/time, metaphor/myth will be used by all events…
Art as a sustainable development resource for/in/of the community
1) Leonard Horowitz (2007) ”Compressionism” and “Plexus Compressionism Process” in Plexus Black Box: A multicultural aesthetic inquiry into an international community-based art project”, published by the Rome University Press, Rome, pag. 236-239
2) Sandro Dernini (2007). “Plexus Black Box: A multicultural aesthetic inquiry into an international community-based art project”, published by the Rome University Press, Rome
3) Guillaume ‘Willem’ Brugman. (1994) “ Modular Construction”, in Plexus Black Box: A multicultural aesthetic inquiry into an international community-based art project”, published by the Rome University Press, Rome, pag.43-47
4) Fabrizio Bertuccioli (2007). “The Artist in the First Person”, in Plexus Black Box: A multicultural aesthetic inquiry into an international community-based art project”, published by the Rome University Press, Rome, pag. 213-215
5) David W. Ecker. (1990) “The Artist as Researcher: The Role of the Artist in Advancing Living Traditions in Art.” Proc.of Living Traditions in Art: First International Symposium. Eds. Boyd White and Lynn M. Hart. McGill University, Montreal.
6) Frans Evers ( 2011). “The Accademy of the Senses: Synesthetics in Science, Art, and Education”, published by Art Science Interfaculty Press, The Hague.
“Modular construction” is the name of a facilitatory theatre process by Willem Brugman, to allow individual energies to work together. It was experimented in Plexus for the first time in the art-opera n.3 Eve, Escape for Donna Purgatorius from Anno Domini by the Multi Chain Gang of Downtown, N.Y., at CUANDO Cultural Community Centre, Lower East SideNew York, in 1986.
“Art-Coopera" or "Artcoopera” is the name by Leonard Horowitz for a multi arts event made through “Plexus compressionist art process.” It is built on a modular construction process of individual art contributions, of any kind. converging into a collective antilibretto, mutually made by “insider” collective understandings, imaginations and emotions.