At the interface between subculture and high culture, CAMP sees itself as a platform for creativity and innovation in the interplay of music, sound art, performance, dance, and visual music. In small collectives, artists will engage in dialogue to jointly develop and then stage projects. This gives rise to performances in which sound, movement, language, and images intertwine. Each of these projects is unique in its goals, production, and presentation.
The artist collectives are the centerpiece of the festival. A key feature of each project is that all the artists involved are treated as equals. The collective work focuses not only on what the artists create, but also on how they create it: What are the conditions in which art is created, and how can democratic principles be applied in artistic creation? The interdisciplinary structure of the collectives is intended to generate maximum creative friction in dialogue and allow even extreme positions to be represented.
talks by artist / solo performances
Two artists will provide insight into their work on projects on four evenings.