The International Video Dance Festival of Burgundy (France) is pleased to accept presentation proposals for its third annual screendance conference to be held in May 2015 that explore the theme, “The Politics of Space”.
We welcome abstracts for 20-minute moderated panel presentations that address any aspect of this theme, which can be interpreted broadly in order to foster dialogues concerning how the intersection of diverse movement and image forms investigate, create, and interpret space. Areas of interest within this topic include, but are not limited to:
screendance & ecology
virtual reality/computer simulated environments
the body as site (of enquiry, protest, etc.)
urban planning/historical versus contemporary use of space
The 2015 conference dates are: May 22-24, to be held at the Médiathèque of Le Creusot (one hour by TGV train from Paris).
All conference papers will be considered for publication online and in print following the conference.
SPECIAL NOTE: In recent years, we have received a number of proposals that address screendance in a very general sense, which we were unable to include. The conference audience is largely a specialized public, composed of scholars, students, and artists already working within the field of screendance. We seek proposals that take this into consideration by addressing original topics supported by strong methodologies and references, rather than general concepts regarding screendance.
Presentation proposals: please send BOTH a 500 word abstract and a brief bio or C.V. no later than February 10, 2015 to email@example.com
Be sure that your proposal provides a clear description of what you plan to present, how you will support your research, and your major references/methodologies, etc.