Emergency Entrance is a serial project of public events in an artistic laboratory dedicated to experiment and exposure, through relational, technological, research-based practices.
The theory of emerging evolution states that the emergence of new properties in an environment occurs at certain times due to unpredictable rearrangements of existing entities. We believe that, unlike mono-disciplinary visions, the use of multiple practices is a force that can generate spontaneous emergent stimuli and reactions in an emergency context.
This project aims to create a meeting point between emerging artists and the public, and each session will be approached as a research exercise followed by practical collaborations in the form of installation or performance.
The specific format, authors, and content of the events will not be announced in advance, instead, we propose that the series be seen as a chain reaction, with each episode meant to be experienced in-situ by the public.
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The program does not necessarily represent the position of the National Cultural Fund Administration. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the program or how the project results can be used. These are entirely the responsibility of the beneficiary of the funding.