Some work yet-to-individuate may find a good fit as a micro residency. In micro-residency, an artist, researcher, or team proposes a research/creative question, vector, proposition, speculation, performance…(?). SloMoCommittee will help micro-residents to engage with and draw on the MOCO community in order to assemble the resources to incubate, iterate, and articulate these propositions.
Micro-residencies may be proposed for any amount of time, but your proposal will justify the duration by indicating how you intend to feed your work back into the MOCO community via SloMoCo. While many residency programs provide practitioners with the opportunity to work intensively, hermetically, and esoterically, consider how the durational aspirations of SloMoCo may afford other modes of working extensively, promiscuously, and exoterically.
SloMoCommittee will work with micro-residents to help assess how SloMoCo can provide support for the ongoing project. Potential examples of support include virtual events (WIP showing, workshops amplifying calls for collaborators, brokering proposals to institutional MOCO affiliates for local space use, possibly providing modest funds for production/research/development.)
The FirebirdFernando Gregório
You, Me, and Our ComputersLisa Jamhoury
corpos sonorosJoão Tragtenberg, Thembi Rosa
From Data to Artistic CreationsVilelmini Kalabratsidou, Katerina El Raheb, Marina Stergiou, Pandelis Diamantides
The PlaceHolder Group: Playing in Meta-Presence
hello? are you there? can you hear me?
SIGN STEALINGMegan Young
TOUCH EXPERIMENTSNina Sarnelle, Selwa Sweidan
Practice works + Paper presentations
SloMoCo invites proposals for practice works, a loose umbrella term that includes artistic-creative production and experimentation including but not limited to performances, installations, and workshops. In general, practice work submissions will be more fully composed than residency submissions.
SloMoCo is especially interested in highlighting interactive practice works. Over the last year, the art and performing arts worlds have modulated their practices with screen-based and networked modes of convention and convocation. How can somatically informed art-creation practices leverage telematics in ways which do not simply make up the zoom room as a black box? Without the control of the blackbox or gallery, how do immersive installation practices translate into people’s homes? What toolkits, techniques, and pedagogies are sufficient for exploring these new areas?
They Told StoriesXavier N
[ALT]SOLAS | The Future of Workplace Wellness (In-Progress)Xavier N, Ri Lindegren, Pavan Turaga, Max Bernstein, Olivia Hernandez
Traces of NoiseMarcel Zaes
FIELD GUIDEDana Dal Bo, Luke Fishbeck, Curtis Tamm, Selwa Sweidan
Strange Objects Workshop with Trash ClubMorgan Mueller, Rashida Kamal
Internet AerobicsLiat Berdugo