DISSENT : 3D VR exhibition + Book / Catalogue



Exhibition Dates: 

2/4/24 - 3/31/24

Open Call:

Dissent in art is a powerful and compelling expression of resistance, a means by which artists challenge the status quo, question authority, and provoke critical thought. Throughout history, visual art has served as a medium for dissent, allowing individuals to voice their opposition to prevailing ideologies, social injustices, and political regimes. This form of creative resistance manifests itself in various art genres, styles, and mediums.  


Call for Proposals - In the Field 2

Dates: 5 and 6 July 2024

Venue: In person at London College of Communication, Elephant and Castle, London, SE1 6SB and online

Deadline for proposals:  6 February 2024

Notification of acceptance:  15 March 2024

“a field recording is less a singular stamp of time and place, and more an index of the process of its making. It may reflect an environment or situation, but it is also a catalog of pre- and postproduction, whether audible or not. Field recordings, then, are vulnerable conduits of knowledge; their partial and perforated status leaves them open for use and abuse.” 

Mark Peter Wright, Listening After Nature (2022, Bloomsbury).

Seattle Erotic Art Festival 2024 Call for Art

The Seattle Erotic Art Festival, an annual 3-day festival held in the spring, is holding an open call for visual art, literary art, festival store, and film. This festival that has been running for more than 20 years, is known for showcasing the best in erotic art, covering many facets of sexuality, relationships, human connection, and gender.

Visual Art: We encourage artists to submit works of erotic art in any medium. Sculptors, multimedia artists, painters, and fiber artists are particularly encouraged to apply.

Literary Art: The SEAF Literary Anthology accepts all genres and styles of work including poetry, flash, and shiort works.

The Artists Forum Juried Arts Competition

THE ARTISTS FORUM invites artists to showcase interpretations for the phrase: Techno-Feudalism. Techno-feudalism, a recently coined term by Greek economist and politician Yanis Vaoufakis, is the transformation of capitalism by tech platforms, done by exploiting the labor force through new technologies.

An example of this concept would be companies hiring people to work from home or through and app, but not paying for employees computers, car repairs, or the infrastructure needed to perform their work.

An expansion on this concept covers the manipulating of media to better serve a political agenda, such as running bots on niche topics that create a sense of divisiveness or political unease.

Open Call to The Mobile Library Magazine Volume 3 Issue 4: Seniority

The Mobile Library provides a multi-digital exhibiting experience for artists and writers, from around the world, to showcase their work. Each publication is unique, pairing 6 artists and 6 writers together at different stages in their career to build a collaborative experience.

This year, Volume 3 will explore the theme of memory with Issue 4 seeking work that explores memories, moments, and experiences of seniority. Themes include, but are not limited to--family, self-realization, and legacy. Works include visual and fine art and literature (poetry, short stories, journal, essays, etc.). 

Postcollapse Art: Art Since 1989

Postcollapse Art: Art Since 1989

We are pleased to invite artists, writers, and scholars to submit work for inclusion in Postcollapse Art: Art Since 1989, an anthology that seeks to explore contemporary art and visual culture since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War.


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