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In Performance: Next Time Symposium 11/14-17/2013 (NYC)

In Performance: Next Time Symposium 11/14-17/2013 (NYC)

Envoy Enterprise
87 Rivington Street
New York, NY 10002
November 14 – 17, 2013 

NEXT TIME is a time-based curatorial project founded in November 2011 focused on developing and archiving community discourse. Envoy Enterprises hosts the third installment in the series at their gallery location at 87 Rivington from November 14th – 17th, 2013.

NEXT TIME SYMPOSIUM is a four day happening comprised of conferences, lectures, performances, screenings and workshops, culminating in a publication release. As documentation is a focal interest of the NEXT TIME series, the live conversations will be archived and audio & visual transcripts made freely available.

NEXT TIME SYMPOSIUM delves into a dynamic landscape of questions surrounding contemporary image making, identity formation and arts practices. This series of casual conferences will offer a salon-style format to build discussion about the current state of the drag arts, gender performance, gender politics, and feminist politics. Envoy Enterprises basement space will be transformed into an environment of pillows and mood lighting, offering a casual-critical space for social commerce.

We invite you to participate as a person of social vitality. NEXT TIME SYMPOSIUM encourages and develop our focus on building conversation-based discourse and increase mindfulness to our social, digital, and biological surroundings. Your knowledge, life experiences, and opinions serve as a valuable assets to our transitory social behavior and we greatly appreciate all voices as an instruments of social growth. All events are free and open to the public.

NEXT TIME Four conferences
IMMINENCE & EXPERIENCE Kate Berlandt, Jibz Cameron, Caroline Contillo, Lillian Gerson

BODY Johanna Fateman, David Geer, Gordon Hall, Marie Karlberg, Jessica Posner

DRAG ARTS K8 Hardy, Horrochata, Simon Leahy, Linda Simpson & Chris Udemeze

IMAGE & MEDIA Travis Boyer, Jarrett Earnest Juliana Huxtable, Sam McKinniss & Kembra Pfahler

PERFORMANCES by A.K. Burns, Dia Dear, E.M.I.T (Crystal Palmer), Hari Nef, Susanne Oberbeck, Katie Pile (Ballez) & Max Steele

SCREENING & LECTURES featuring Adam Baran, Brad Callahan, Bradford Nordeen & Isaac Pool

WORKSHOP Subculture & Technology with Adam Golub

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Caden Manson is Editor In Chief and Curator of Contemporary Performance Network and co-founder and artistic director of Big Art Group, a New York City performance company founded in 1999.

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