The list of Symposium Along Lines participants is filling up, the registration is open until 15th of March

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Inter-format Symposium On Flux of Sand and Aquatic Eco-systems, 2014
The participants of this year's Inter-format Symposium are starting to project their research and art works into the three full days of the symposium (19-22 May) where lectures will alternate with walks, coffee breaks, film screenings, body and music performances, beach strolls and wandering in the dunes.
Alongside the artists, we have musicians, art historians, philosophers and dowsers inviting us to experience different states of the line in the geopolitical context of Nida.
In addition to the confirmed participants, we already have the following contributors:
Raul Walch (artist)
Christoph Fink (artist)
Artūras Raila (artist)
Ruth Proctor (artist)
Dr. Astrit Schmidt-Burkhardt (TBC) (art historian, editor of the book “Maciunas' Learning Machines: From Art History to a Chronology of Fluxus”, and author of “Die Kunst Der Diagrammatik”).
 
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Inter-format Symposium On Flux of Sand and Aquatic Eco-systems, 2014

Confirmed participants:

Keynote speaker

Karen O'Rourke (artist and researcher, author of the book “Walking and Mapping: Artists as Cartographers”)

Key participants

Zbyněk Baladrán (artist, co-editor of the book “Atlas of Transformation)
Nikolaus Gansterer (artist and researcher, author of the book “Drawing a Hypothesis”)
Marcus Steinweg (philosopher and artist)
Jessica Warboys (artist)
Morten Norbye Halvorsen (artist)
Awst & Walther (artists)
Lina Lapelytė (artist, musician, performer) 
Vitalij Červiakov (artist)
Sven Johne (artist)
Ines Hochgerner (artist)
 

Curators:

Thomas Thiel (DE) & Vytautas Michelkevičius

More details about the symposium and applications