Three Indeterminite Lines by Bernar Venet
Please see photos of the work here, here, and here. Video of Mr. Venet speaking about the sculpture here (please note that the sculpture setting at Grounds for sculpture is to be found in the first photo link above).
Bernar Venet, Three Indeterminate Lines, 2005, rolled steel, 98.875 x 99.625 x 116.125 inches, Courtesy of the Bernar Venet Studio
www.bernarvenet.com #810 on map.
2015 Call for Submissions
Deadline: July 31, 2015
The Outlet Dance Project invites women-identifying choreographers (individual and/or companies) and filmmakers to submit applications to participate in our upcoming festival. The Outlet is committed to supporting a variety of traditional and nontraditional dance forms. The festival celebrates the intersections of visual and moving arts, exploring relationships between sculpture and dance.
We are looking for:
Original choreography, in any genre, created for the stage
Dance films of site-specific choreography
The Outlet features dances for the stage, site-specific dances, and dance films. Half of the festival performances takes place in the beautiful East Gallery of the Seward Johnson Center for the Arts. This year we are also seeking at least 3 proposals for work in conversation with Jae Ko's exquisite installation in the East Gallery. The other half is outdoors – in and around the 42 acre park that is Grounds For Sculpture. Films will be shown on October 1, 2015 during the evening length Dance on Film portion of the Festival, in the new Visitors' Center Screening Room of the Seward Johnson Center for the Arts.
Application information for staged and site-specific choreography can be found here.
Application information about dance films can be found here.
We are incredibly excited about this year's festival. Please help us spread the word far and wide!