LPM 2005 is a unique opportunity of seeing different applications of the video live performance executed by more than 60 international artists from France , Thailand , Croazia , Belgium , Spain , Denmark , Uruguay, United Kingdom and Italy , unified by one and only big interest in video-art , performances and above all live-acts .
One year after the first edition of the LPM Live Performance Meeting, a second edition will take place in rome, the 9th and 10th of december, produced and organized by Flyer communication lab.
The chosen venue will be the Linux club.
The second edition will be more than a usual meeting, it can be regarded as a festival, being a two-days event with different aereas and several contents. An important opportunity to relate to other experts; a “place” for meeting, relating and interacting, for those who work for artistic expressions through tecnique and technology. An opportunity to “feel” how the different languages of music, video, graphic design and theater can be unified by the sensibility of the author, who thus creates a new perseption of arts and generally a new way of communication.
The 2days-program will consist in various concerts, theater performances and projections of shortfilms; it will end each night with a dj-vj set, considered the main entertainment of the evening.
The area “off” is conceived to be separated from the rest, in order to be dedicated to the meetings between vjs, video artists and other experts/workers that will take place from 11am to 17pm: there will be the possibilty of discussing and exchanging ideas about techniques, themes and contents, through workshops and showcases of projects and products with the participation of MATROX, EDIROL, PIONEER and the presentation of FLxER 4 .
The flexibility of the program and the open attitude towards new participants and contributions is on purpose in line with the concept of meeting: there is the freedom of taking part to the meeting as well as the possibility of performing. lpm is an open place for creativity and improvisation, as an intrinsic characteristic of experimantation.