exist-ence 2013 Symposia – Performance, the Body and Time in the 21st century

Performance, the Body and Time in the 21st century
26-27 June 2013
Hosted by:  exist

Queensland College of Art


Venue: Queensland College of Art, Project Gallery
Griffith University 226 Grey Street, South Bank Qld 4101

This two-day symposium will explore issues surrounding Performance, the Body and Time in the 21st century. How is the ever-increasing pace of technology generation affecting us as artists and audiences? How have the advances made in the 21st century changed the way we create, the way we consume and how we collaborate?

The premier exist conference will take place 26- 27 June curated by Rebecca Cunningham and Tara Heffernan. It will be held at the Queensland College of Art – Project Gallery, Brisbane. The Queensland College of Art, established in 1881, is one of Australia’s longest-running art and design colleges and is situated at Brisbane’s South Bank.

Full details for the call out may be found here
The Program will be announced in the coming weeks!

We are happy to report that attendance to the conference is FREE! FREE! FREE!

However registration is required  for all speakers and conference delegates and places are limited!

Registration will open on Monday 6 May and more information will be issued in the coming days.

Additional information on traveling to attending the conference in Brisbane please follow this link

We look forward to you joining us!

sending best wishes in life and art


Symposium organisers
Tara Heffernan and Rebecca Cunningham

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