The LIPS LAB project - for «Laboratoire in(ter)disciplinaire de prototypes scéniques & sonores» - aims to create writings common to the different media and to conduct a deep reflection on the notions of co-writing, interdisciplinarity and intermediality. The project will take up residence at the Pixel Pole in Villeurbanne.
6 artists will supervise the 8 selected artists: Julie Desprairies, Marion Roche, Alexander Schubert, Daniel Zea, Sebastian Rivas, Max Bruckert.
 


Eligibility

  • Emerging Creators with no age limit
  • Artistic profile of all disciplines from musical composition to directing, visual arts, theatre, dance and all new hybrid forms 
  • Having a keen interest in contemporary musical and sound creation, and having an immersion approach in live performance.

Proposed accompaniment

  • Opportunity to explore hybrid writing
  • Residency in 3 times alternating workshops, masterclass, free working time or accompanied on stage and studio, meetings with the supervising artists and restitution
  • Meeting space and professional, non-degree training
  • Provision of GRAME’s technical, scientific and artistic resources
  • Accommodation and lunch supported by GRAME during the 3 sessions
  • Transport and evening meals at the expense of the participants during the 3 sessions

Period

  • 1st working session: from 27 March to 5 April 2023
  • 2nd working session: June 2023, dates to be determined
  • 3rd restitution session: June 2023, following the 2nd session, date to be determined

Application procedures

The file sent must consist of:

  • The fact sheet completed (file name: FILE_NAME)
  • a detailed CV (max 1 page) (file name: CV_NAME)
  • a reflection note on the idea of immersion in the show (2 pages max) (file name: NOTE_NOM)
  • examples of projects that are meaningful to you (3 max) (file name: EX_NAME)

The complete file is to be sent by Wetransfer to production@grame.fr, to make the January 6, 2023 at the latest.

Download the information sheet
Download the full call
 

GRAME, created in 1982, is one of the 8 centres that make up the network of national music creation centres, labeling created by the Ministry of Culture. It is a place of reception and residence for composers, performers, researchers and artists of various disciplines and produces in Lyon the B!ME, Biennale des musiques exploratoires, a highlight of transdisciplinary projects: a series of shows, of concerts and innovative exhibitions around the sound medium for everyone.