LPM 2015 > 2018 - Live Performers Meeting

Elastic Eye

Cooperation Projects

England

2015

Total project grant (euros)

€740,000

Percentage of budget funded

49.7%

Programme

Creative Europe

Sub-programme

Culture

Call number

EACEA 32/2014

Project date

1 Jun 2015 - 31 May 2018

Number of partners in project

13

Lead organisation

Flyer Communication, Italy

Partners

Elastic Eye, UK;

4YOUREYE, Austria;

Multitrab Productions, Greece;

VJ Torna International Nonprofit Korlatolt, Hungary;

Fundacja Kultural Kolektiv, Poland;

Transfera Media Arts S.L, Spain;

B-Seite Festival // Verein für visuelle Kunst und Jetztkultur, Germany;

Lunchmeat, Czech Republic;

Institut français Italia, Italy;

Culture Action Europe, Belgium;

Oddstream, Netherlands;

Bursa Buyuksehir Belediyesi, Turkey

LPM 2015 > 2018 is a Cooperation Project between 13 partners from 12 countries (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Turkey and United Kingdom), which aims to promote and develop live video culture and European artists all over the world.

LPM 2015 > 2018 is based on 14 events each year: one meeting, one conference on audience development and 12 yearly festivals. Each event hosts at least one artist from each partner/country as extra feature in the regular programme. The result is that 546 more artists (13 partners x 14 events x three years) will move around Europe. Alongside all the events, LPM itself, as a “meeting”, hosts 400 artists in 2014.

LPM offers a unique chance to be involved in full days of audiovisual performances, vjing, workshops, panel discussions and product showcases, bringing together an amazing community of vjs, audiovisual artists, new media practitioners and thinkers worldwide. Every partner will bring at least one artist to each event and every event host covers the cost of the artists engaged. 

LPM events are characterised by:

  • Workshops, focused on theory and technique of vjing, live video performance and interaction in real time;
  • Live video performances, Vj/Dj sets performed by artists coming from all over the world, involving different forms of artistic and creative expression;
  • Lectures and conferences, on topics relating to the themes of the live video and audience development;
  • Showcases, focused on the presentation of international projects and technical products on live video field.

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