[artinfo] reminder : CfP STRP art & technology Festival - Netherlands

Tulpje Tulp tulpje at gmail.com
Fri Oct 6 11:47:51 CEST 2006


CALL FOR PROJECTS - Deadline 20 Oct. 2006

After a successful first edition, the STRP festival, which took place
in Eindhoven, Netherlands at the end of March 2006, is launching a
call for projects for its next edition, which will be taking in late
April of 2007.

The focus of the festival is the common ground created at the
intersection between art, popular culture and technology. The first
edition which welcomed over 10 000 visitors, and received very
positive attention from the press, made use of performances,
installations, lectures, films, etcetera in order to convey this

STRP takes place on Strijp-S, the 'holy' ground of the forbidden city
of Philips, where in the 20th century numerous technological
innovations were made which changed the world. A place where Einstein
once worked, the first complete electronic music album was created and
the collaboration between le Courboisier and Varese resulted in one of
the most interesting amalgamations between art and technology, Le
Poeme Electronique for the World Expo in Brussels (1958).


STRP is looking for projects, installations, or proposals that concern
themselves with interactive art, robotics and/or Live Cinema (in the
live cinema category we are looking for projects that rely on both
performance and technology in order to become an audio-visual whole).
All of the above in a context in which the artistic side is furthered
by technology. This year we will also be paying special attention to
projects, which involve light in their concept, composition, and/or

The application forms are available in
PDF format - http://downloads.strp.nl/strp-call06.pdf
RTF format ? http://downloads.strp.nl/strp-call06.rtf

To find out more about the 2006 edition of the festival, including a
full line-up, press-releases and photographs please take a look at:

If you have further questions please contact us at projects at strp.nl

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