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Perceiving Landscape(s) PhotoBook Exhibition

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IAPT PhotoBook Exhibition 2021

The International Association of Photography and Theory [IAPT] is pleased to announce an open call for publications that engage with themes related to landscape and accessibility under the title Perceiving Landscape(s).

Through Perceiving Landscape(s) we wish to address how contemporary photographic and publishing practices seek to engage in explorations of landscapes both physical and otherwise, to negotiate modes of landscape accessibility and to provide insight into new and potential processes of landscape construction and conception. How is landscape perceived, defined, visualized, shaped or accessed? How do we attain, record, and how do we create information about landscape(s)? What is our relationship with landscapes and how can it be challenged?

We invite submissions of photography books, published or dummy photobooks, that explore the relationship between contemporary photography, landscape and accessibility(ies), and negotiate photographic practices as processes of addressing any of the following:

- Photography and the politics of landscape(s)

- Photography and topography

- Photography and processes of landscape-conception

- Re-examining landscape(s) as pictorial artefact(s)

- Photographic practices and mediations of land

- Wanderlust: photography, digital explorations of the body, desire and intimacy

- Photographic practices as errantry and pilgrimage

- Negotiating access: Photographic practices as means of accessibility(ies)

- Digital imaging and photography: observing, monitoring and recording landscape(s)

- Mediating the remote: Photographic practice as process of attainability

- Dreamscapes: landscapes of dream, the unconscious, or escapism

- Landscape visibility(ies) and glimpses of futurescapes

The selected books will be exhibited at KORAI Project Space, Nicosia, in November 2021, (www.koraispace.com). The exhibition will run between 15-30 November, 2021.

Curatorial team: Othonas Charalambous, Nicolas Lambouris, Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert.

Books may be submitted by artists, photographers, or publishers. Both self-published and commercially published photobooks are eligible for submission. Submitted books must have been produced/published within the last five years (2016-2021). You may submit more than one book but each entry must be submitted with its own completed submission form.

A physical copy of the book must be submitted, as the quality of production and materiality of the book will be taken into consideration for the final selection. There is no fee for submitting your book.

Please note that submitted books will not be returned, and will be kept in the IAPT book collection as a resource for research and for future displays.

DEADLINES:

Application Form & Book Submission by mail: 31 August 2021

Selected Books Announcement: 30 September 2021

PhotoBook Exhibtion Duration: 15-30 November 2021

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

The submission process has two steps:

I. Email your completed Submission Form to info@photographyandtheory.com

II. Mail your publication alongside a printed copy of the submission form to the following address:

International Association of Photography & Theory [IAPT]

P.O. Box 20501

1036, Nicosia,

Cyprus

The submission form and further info can be found online at: www.photographyandtheory.com
PhotoBook submissions must be shipped and prepaid.

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08/31/2021

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Dysfunctionalities in Contemporary Art | in times of conflict

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International Conference

Dysfunctionalities in contemporary art | in times of conflict

Open Call for Speakers

Deadline Paper Submission 13 February 2021 12:59

Art as the imprint of humanity but also as a lever of creative energy that feeds the cultural heritage, issues related to Art and Artist's rights will be discussed under the prism and conditions of political tension, investigating the relationship between the artist and the political strategy of a state, the concerns and methods of approach.

The role of political instability and the impact it has on the creation of Art, raise many questions about the values of art, artistic creation and its relationship with the state. The conference, Dysfunctionalities in Contemporary Art, aims to dissect, explore and discuss with the particularities of the role of cultural institutions, public organisations and the cultural policies of a state that shape and impact the life and work of an artist.

The conference is financed by the Cyprus Cultural Services and organized by the Cyprus Chamber of fine arts, is a continuation of the Dysfunctionalities in Contemporary Art program and aspires to be a communication platform activating those mechanisms that will contribute to the development of networking and training as well as to envision creative ways in which to deal with conflictual phenomena.

We are wishing for this conference to be physical but we will be adaptive according to the COVID19 measures.

The selected speakers will receive a €250 stipend

Speakers from abroad will be reimbursed their travel cost up to €300 and will have free accommodation for the night prior to the conference.

Deadline Paper Submission 13 February 2021 12:59

Conference Date: 13 March 2021, 10:00 -17:00

Venue: A.G. Leventis Gallery

The conference wil be held in English

 

Deadline: 
02/13/2021

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Larnaca Biennale

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Larnaca Biennale had its first edition in 2018. With more than 18000 visitors at the main exhibition and more than 4000 spectators attending the parallel events, Larnaca Biennale is the biggest and most popular arts event in Cyprus!
Next edition will take place between October–November 2021. In addition to the main exhibition, the Biennial will host a series of artistic and culture events in the city such as concerts, theatre, performances, lectures etc. Co-organiser is ARTION Cultural Association of Larnaca. Main supporter of the Biennial is the Municipality of Larnaca and a number of art organizations and institutions including ”The Cyprus Chamber of Fine Arts, E.KA.TE” and ‘’WAVA, World Association of Visual Arts’’.  If you’re an artist or a photographer, join us for the competition. If you are an art lover join us to experience the Biennale Larnaca 2020-21. Welcome to the beautiful city of Larnaca!

 

Larnaca Biennale 2020 grapples with limits.
That which is definable inevitably grapples with the question of limits. What is really there is in essence the area it takes up, either tangible or intangible, real or imaginary. Limits change, expand, shift; but they cannot be annulled because then what they define would be annulled too.
In this paradoxical age of utter deconstruction, of a single globalized society, of a single device, a single social model, such notion could sound provocative, perhaps because we often confuse challenging limits with challenging their very existence. The first could be the definition of freedom, the second is a rather superficial version of it. To claim that there are no limits is equivalent to shouting at the top of your lungs to someone standing right in front of you: “To me you do not exist!” But to address someone means to acknowledge they exist.
Creative thinking has always trodden along the border but also, quite often, beyond the limits. The scientist whose vision took him outside the limits of his era; the poet in quest of the impossible; the artist defending to death the unproven – they do not fight to abolish limits; they fight to change them. For humanity, this is the fulcrum of progress.
Are there spaces that do not negotiate their limits? Are there limits in nature or is this a socially constructed notion? Can something exist beyond limits forever or merely for some time? And if yes, at what cost?
In the end, are there any limits?
There are, but they are limitless.

Vassilis Vassiliades

Curator

 

Deadline: 
03/31/2021

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€50= for individual artists, €75= for couples and €100= for groups of 3 artists and more. The application fees are non refundable.
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Open call for artists in a residency on the mountains of Cyprus

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Description of the residency program
The Kammari residency for researchers, writers and artists works through a constant open call. We welcome you to apply at any time with a free form application by email .

Duration of residency
The residency work period is from two weeks to three months.

Disciplines, work equipment and assistance
All art disciplines are welcome. Our own work in the residency concentrates in combining academic research with disciplines such as performance, film, music and poetry. However we aim to promote and facilitate artistic work and research in all disciplines.

We have a wood workshop with basic hand tools. There are also shared computers for writing, video and visual work.

We provide assistance to the artist in terms of connecting to other institutions and artists on the island. It is also possible to organise shows or performances. The hosts of the residency assist with all practical questions.

Studios/work spaces
The residency has a small studio for performance, dance and music work with basic equipment such as a sound system, mixer, amp, instruments, projector and recording/documentation possibilities. We have another visual art studio for painting and writing.

Accommodation
Accommodation facilities include three private rooms in the residency house.

Rent prices:
– A double bedroom with a rent of 400 Euros per month.
– A double bedrooms with a rent of 350 Euros per month.
– A single room for 250 Euros per month.

The rent is negotiable depending on the project. The rent includes all the basic facilities: shared kitchen and bathroom, internet, electricity and water. Buying food, fire wood and personal necessities is the responsibility of the guests.

The residency and the association administering it are not-for-profit and all income goes to maintaining the house.

Fees and support
The residency is artist-run and we have no external funding at the moment. Thus everyone involved with the residency works voluntarily and we cannot provide the visiting artists and researchers with grants. The residency does not charge any additional artist fees.

Expectations towards the artist
The artists or researchers at the residency are not expected to provide any predetermined results. We happily facilitate research or art work in terms of presentations or exhibitions. We collaborate with an art centre in Limassol that organises discussions, exhibitions and events with renown international guests (neme.org). The residency guests are encouraged to engage with the local and international researchers and artists at these events.

Other conditions
The residency strives to have an ecologically sustainable material basis. Thus the facilities are simple with mostly natural materials, use of toxic chemicals is not possible etc.

There is a small vegetable garden at the residency where the guests can voluntarily participate in and eat from. For buying food there is a vegetable and fruit shop called Fruteria in the village that the residency collaborates with. There are also organic farmers in the village who, seasonally, have vegetables, fruits and eggs to sell.

The residency is open for families and partners of the guests. Let us know if your pets come along so we can agree and arrange it with the other guests. The residency hosts live in the village and are ready to help with any questions.

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