The artist Francesco Kiàis, collaborator of InArts Lab, has been invited at the VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART WEEK (Venice, 15-18/1/2020). The Department of Audio and Visual Arts and the Interactive Arts Lab (InArts) will collaborate as cultural partners.
The VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART WEEK is an event focused on Performance Art, among the most renowned at an international level, and where experimentation crosses different artistic practices, conveying them in a co-creative process of Live Art, of theoretical elaboration and poetic expression.
After the trilogy (Hybrid Body - Poetic Body  . Ritual Body - Political Body  . Fragile Body - Material Body ) the VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART WEEK has deepened its educational and collaborative aspect by involving artists from all over the world in an act of intense sharing, of creative participation and experimentation.
Konstantinos Tiligadis, refers to this spirit of experimentation and knowledge sharing, supports Francesco Kiais' presence at the event.
CO-CREATION LIVE FACTORY Dissenting Bodies Marking Time is a 12-day residential performance program consisting of:
- 8 days of intensive co-creation workshop processes for 50 international artists selected through an Open Call in two tutor groups one led by artist duos VestAndPage (Venice/Germany) and Andrigo&Aliprandi (Italy), and one by artist Marilyn Arsem (US). Including roundtables and open dialogues during the morning sessions as well as lectures and talks by international artists, curators, organizers and practitioners.
- 4 days program of performances open to the public on January 15-18, 2020, including live performances by our Guest Artists, a Study Movie Room and Special Event Film Screenings. The culmination of the co-creation process will be open to the audience: we will transform the venue together into a dynamic performance site through a series of collective performance operas, as well as collaborative and solo performances.
CO-CREATION LIVE FACTORY Dissenting Bodies Marking Time
European Cultural Centre | Palazzo Mora & Palazzo Michiel, Venice
January 8-18, 2020
Open to the public on the days January 15–18, 2020