Deadline:
Sep
20
2004
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CALL FOR ARTISTS: 100(11) Instruction Works

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POSTED BY: kanarinka akanarinak | Mon Sep 20th, 2004 9:36 p.m.

iKatun is temporarily moving to Toronto and we need your help!

We have been invited by the 7a*11d International Performance Art
Festival [ http://www.7a-11d.ca/ ] to collect instruction works from
artists around the world and perform one instruction piece a day in
Toronto during the festival -- October 20th - 31st.

Please contribute an instruction work to our database at:

http://www.ikatun.com/100-11/

During 7a*11d, the performances will be videotaped and then streamed
online in collaboration with the Interaccess electronic media Arts
Center [ http://www.interaccess.org ] in Toronto.

Merci beaucoup!

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IN OTHER NEWS:
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+ THE INSTITUTE @ FORT POINT: October 16/17, Fort Point, Boston, MA: The
Institute for Infinitely Small Things will be temporarily installed at
Fort Point Open Studios. Thanks to funding from the Fort Point Cultural
Coalition, iKatun will be able to conduct interviews, create guidebooks
and run expeditions that explore the Fort Point neighborhood as a site
for creative action and community for the next 100 years.

+ CALL FOR FORT POINT ARTISTS: We would like to interview you for the
above project. Please email us at info@ikatun.com.

+ NEW JOB: kanarinka has left software engineering to become the
Associate Director of Art Interactive in Cambridge, MA. Art
Interactive's mission is to provide a public forum that fosters
self-expression and human interaction through the development and
exhibition of art that is contemporary, experimental, and participatory.
Check out the current show - "Sonalumina-13" by Jeff Talman, a
site-specific sound and light installation. For more info visit
http://www.artinteractive.org or email catherine@artinteractive.org.

+ NEW PROJECT: Sifting the Inner Belt:
http://communitygarden.typepad.com/
is a year-long social research and performance project conceived by
Hiroko Kikuchi in collaboration with artists, activists and community
residents: Jeremy Chu, Catherine D'gnazio, William Ho, Jeremy Liu,
Natalie Loveless, and Kim Szeto. The final presentation is scheduled
for the summer 2005 at BCA.

During the South End Open Studios last weekend, we set up a
participatory booth at the Boston Center for the Arts. This was one of
the series of performance interventions and projects which will observe
the culture of the South End neighborhood with an emphasis on creating a
bridge between the Boston Center for the Arts and the Berkeley Street
Community Garden.

Link:
http://www