Jan Adriaans, Swarming Chants, Swanson Russell Building, 1202 P Street
Brian Black and Ryan Bulis, Sound Collection Helmets, performance on P Street
Michael Bouchet, Almost Every City in the World, 12 Street and P Street
Olaf Breuning, Home 2, 11 Street and P Street
Robert Ladislas Derr, Dribble on P Street with Park Middle School, Centennial Mall, P Street, September 21, 1:30pm
Ayana Evans, I Want Some Sugar With My Sh**, 1040 P Street, and performance at 11 Street and P Street crosswalk, September 21, 4pm to 7pm
Kate Gilmore, Buster, 8 Street and P Street
Ben Glas, Music For x Spatial Interactions (Relational Music), The Stack, 1222 P Street
Piero Golia, EMOTIONAL, SPECTACULAR, BLOCKBUSTER!, Centennial Mall, P Street, September 22, 3pm
Dan Graham, Rock My Religion, 11 Street and P Street
Yolande Harris, Melt Me Into The Ocean: Whale Walk, Embassy Suites, 1040 P Street
MacKayla Kelsey, Skink-o-morpha!, Canopy Street and P Street, 10am to 3pm
Gamze Konca, P’34, find the QR code on posters and directories on P Street
Surasi Kusolwong, According to what John Cage via Nirvana can do, Tavern on the Square (816 P Street), The Coffee House (1324 P Street), Olsson Building (601 P Street), Green Flash Brewhouse and Eatery (1630 P Street), and Starbucks (1201 P Street), musical group Could be Cursed plays at Tavern on the Square, September 22, 1pm
Esther Neff, Exchanging Appearances, performance on P Street
Paul Pinto, Anyone’s Story, to participate, download the song: www.pfpinto.com/anyone, 7 Street and P Street, September 21, 6pm
Bernhard Schreiner, Another Space, Wells Fargo Center, 1248 O Street at P Street
Michael Snow, Solar Breath (Northern Caryatids), Embassy Suites, 1040 P Street
Stelarc, Elapsed Horizon, Enhanced Assumption, Olsson Building, 601 P Street
Annika Ström, Oh, I want so much to do a piece of public art work here, University Square Parking Garage, 14 Street and P Street
Camille Voyenne with Yann Slama, Gospel for the present time, Centennial Mall, P Street, September 22, 5pm
Erwin Wurm, Word Sculptures, Lincoln Station, Visitors Center, 201 N 7 Street at P Street
YS Collective (Katie Marya, Hilary Wiese, Holly R. Craig, César A. García, and Luis Othoniel Rosa), A Yellow Silence, Centennial Mall, P Street, September 21 and 22, 10am to 5pm, September 21, 8pm to 10pm
Sung-hoon Yu, Images at home, Canopy Street and P Street
Everything we know about the world we know from mass media. With latest information technology such as the World Wide Web, the world has changed dramatically and shrunk to the size of a screen. We can walk the streets of Lincoln, Nebraska via Google Earth and connect with anyone who is online.
For more than two decades, the term global has meant a social shift from politics to economics. German sociologist Ulrich Beck has called this global transformation “Second Modernity,” where both political and cultural life is overshadowed by the dominance of the markets.
Today, we must realize that global is a construct that has developed in parallel with its technological presence and visual representation. And we also need to be aware that the creators of this technology are the creators of this world. These dominant strings do actually influence the sound of the world, not only due to the ignorance of the entirety of the living world, but also because the number of strings is limited.
Global Frequencies calls for strings and voices to expand the sound of the world. The audible rather than the visible can create immediate situations and communities. Public speaking, public noise, public debate – we re-enter the confusion of the languages and the debate and discourse of the ancient agora. In recent years, along with a critical examination of neoliberalism in culture, artists have found new forms of writing and speaking, while performance, installation and theater are at the forefront of contemporary art.
Global Frequencies will reflect the global with voices and sounds of the world. All forms and media are welcome, from the human body to the art object, from video to installation, from performance to painting – the only likely restriction is the sound quality of the works.
Open to individuals and groups of all disciplines.
Application Deadline April 6, 2019, 11:59pm CST
Lincoln, Nebraska's first placemaking festival of contemporary art on September 21 and 22, 2019 on P Street from 17 Street to Canopy Street. Produced and directed by Robert Ladislas Derr, curated by Matthias Ulrich, in cooperation with and sponsored by the City of Lincoln and Downtown Lincoln Association.
Robert Ladislas Derr is a visual artist known for performances from live to intervention and multimedia installations, which have been presented around the world. He has organized many events and exhibitions such as William Pope.L’s The Black Factory at the Wexner Center for the Arts.
Matthias Ulrich has been a curator with the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt since 2004. He has perspicaciously produced a bounty of exhibitions from the serious to playful. In Playing the City I, II, and III, he revealed to us that the social plays a central role in the discourse of art exhibitions.
Ross Felton, Ground Support
Lori Thomas, Ground Support
Collin Rasmussen, Logo & Poster Design
Lynn Derr, Website & Social Media
Sponsored by the City of Lincoln and Downtown Lincoln Association with generous support also provided by the Woods Charitable Fund, John C. & Catherine S. Angle Charitable Trust, Lincoln Community Foundation, Green Flash Brewhouse and Eatery, Raising Cane's, Toppers Pizza, The Coffee House, Jake's Cigars & Spirits, Southwest Pit BBQ, Pearle Francis Finigan Foundation, Tavern on the Square, Lincoln Journal Star, Fresh Healthy Café, Centrix Solutions, a Q2 Company, Starbucks, Embassy Suites, Which Wich, Lincoln Parks & Recreation, Nebraska Arts Council, and numerous local partners.
Please support our artists with a contribution of any amount. We accept checks written to the Downtown Lincoln Foundation. Our address is:
C/O Lorna Parks
Downtown Lincoln Association
206 S 13 Street, Suite 101
Lincoln, NE 68508
Upon receipt, you will receive a thank you letter, invitations to the opening and closing receptions, and listings on our website and in our advertisements. Thank you!
Contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org