Making art and performance in public space is taking it to the public unencumbered by the limitations and expectations of working in conventional venues. Taking it to where the public is free to engage or to leave.
Following on from the Moving Out Symposium Martin Danziger and R.M. Sánchez-Camus (Marcelo) have kindly offered to lead two online Zoom sessions to give more time for discussion on the breakout groups they chaired.
The Moving Out Symposium, as part of the Surge outdoor arts festival on Saturday 4th July, attracted 26 inspirational speakers and an on-line audience of 151 to discuss strategies as to how producers, artists and performers could make and present work during and beyond Covid. Here is an excerpt from my introduction.
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