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Joyous New Year Wishes from ELIA!

So that was 2013. And it's still there online with...

the digital version of the SHARE Handbook for Artistic Research Educationthe outcome of three years of work by SHARE, an international network working to enhance the ´third cycle´ of arts research and education;


photos from the 6th ELIA Leadership Symposium 'E/MERGE' held in Helsinki;

photos, videos and audio from the 5th NEW NOW Festival held in Amsterdam as well as the interview series NEW NOW LIVE - A Retrospective: 5 Festivals, 5 Artists, 5 Disciplines featuring artists from the first edition of NEW NOW LIVE held in 2009 in Tallinn;

video recaps from the 6th ELIA Teachers' Academy ´Preparing the Artist of Tomorrow´ held in Utrecht and Amsterdam.


Stay connected with us in 2014: 
At the 6th ELIA NEW NOW LIVE Festival, 12-16 November, Glasgow
Respond to the Call for Project Nominations for the upcoming edition of the NEW NOW Festival!
Deadline to nominate is 26 May 2014.

During the 13th ELIA Biennial Conference 'LOCATION AESTHETICS', 13-15 November, Glasgow
Answer the Call for Papers, Pecha Kucha and Open Space for the Biennial!
Deadline to submit is 10 January 2014.


Across the globe with ELIA's Quality Assurance and Enhancement initiative EQ-Arts 
Dates of future events to be announced.

   

 
 
     
   
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ImageBayfordbury Lake 22/12/2011-21/06/2012
Artist:
 Regina Valkenborgh
(University of Hertfordshire -
School of Art and Design)
NEW NOW 2013

A pinhole camera made from a drink can, lined with a piece of photographic paper, and fixed to a single spot for six months is left to expose from winter solstice until summer solstice. Bayfordbury Lake 22/12/2011-21/06/2012 is a solargraph that continuously recorded the sun’s path each day as the glowing trail burned into the photosensitive paper. Separate moments overlap and fuse together condensing a prolonged sequence of time into one single frame. Solargraphy manages to immobilize these extremely slow movements by bringing the momentary patterning of the sun’s trails to a standstill and makes that which is invisible to the naked eye visible.

 
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