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New Technological Art Award 2022

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CALL FOR ENTRIES: NTAA’22

Exhibition: February 5 - March 13, 2022

Entry period: April 1 – August 31, 2021

Zebrastraat
Zebrastraat 32/001
9000 Ghent
Belgium

Organisation: Liedts-Meesen Foundation

The professional jury is composed of:

Yves Bernard (artistic director iMAL Brussels), Edwin Carels (curator new media exhibitions), Jean-Marie Dallet (artist, research professor at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Tom Dekyvere (artist), Nick Ervinck (artist, winner of the update_2 public award), Ralph Dum (scientific officer and senior expert of the European Commission), Karen Helmerson (program director for Electronic Media, Film & Visual Art at the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA)), Julien Maire (artist and laureate of the update_2 jury prize), Françoise Meesen (Liedts-Meesen Foundation), Alain Thibault (artistic director ELEKTRA Montreal) and Stef Van Bellingen (consultant for Zebrastraat / artistic leader VZW Warp).

Zebrastraat

During the last few years, Zebrastraat Ghent has developed into a stimulating knowledge centre with a strong interest in art. Every two years the New Technological Art Award (NTAA) is organised, a contest which tries to fill in a gap in the mainstream art world, by paying attention to the technological developments that drive our global culture.

NTAA selects and presents creations in which the culture-forming role of technology occupies a central place. Low or high tech, intuitive or experimental, the creations always draw our attention to actual innovative trends. The exhibition of achievements of the selected winners is a compass that orients you to the relevant temporal and resilient use of technology in the artistic sector.

The mission of NTAA

NTAA’s mission is to expand the scope of contemporary artistic creations and traditional media with works using contemporary and new technologies in an original and intelligent way: treatment of sounds and light, use of new media, application of innovative evolutions in communications, telecommunications and broadcasting, centered on the world of information, communication, and computers and interaction. These descriptions are in no way restrictive and should be interpreted in the broadest way possible.

General guidelines for entry in the NTAA competition

The aim of the competition is to present works in accordance with NTAA's mission. The jury reserves the right to exclude creations that turn out to be not realizable within the limits of the practical possibilities of the Liedts-Meesen Foundation, keeping in mind that the works will be displayed during the exhibition. The basic equipment is available and at the disposal of the selected artists; specific and special equipment must be provided for and lent by the artists for the duration of the exhibition.

This international competition is open to all age groups and to all nationalities. Artists can present their candidacy for one art work less than two years old at the time of its submission, but which may already have been exhibited. English is the working language.

There is no artist fee. Costs regarding transport, accommodation and installation will be reimbursed by the organisation.

The 20 projects selected by the jury will be rendered public at the website in October 2021.

Prizes Details: 

There will be a jury prize and a public prize. In both cases a cash award of 5,000 euro will be allocated to a work and to its creator. Moreover, the jury reserves the right to award an honorable mention to an artist. The Liedts-Meesen Foundation and the jury reserve the right to not award the prize and to transfer it to the next exhibition. The winners will be announced at the final day of the exhibition.

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08/31/2021

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ARTWORKS 2021 the Carlow Arts Festival and VISUAL Carlow Annual Open Submission and Art Award.

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THE OPPORTUNITY

Artists are invited to submit work in any medium for selection. The 2021 exhibition titled Woman in the Machine will be presented in the galleries at VISUAL and at the Braun Factory site in Carlow from June 11th 2021 and online at www.carlowartsfestival.com and www.visualcarlow.ie . All artists selected will receive an artist’s fee. 

This year’s ARTWORKS Open Submission invites submissions in response to the title Woman in the Machine, by artists who are working at the intersections between art, technology and new media. It invites submissions that respond to our current technological moment and the effect that the evolving digital world is having on life and practice.

ARTWORKS 2021 is open to visual and performing artists; artists making electronic music, large scale sculpture, outdoor work, film and digitally native projects.  

The works selected from open call will be part of a larger summer programme of film, talks, performances and electronic music commissions.

This programme will exist in the galleries at VISUAL, at Braun and on a dedicated website.

TERMS

  • Submission deadline is Thursday 1st April 2021 @5pm  
  • All work submitted must have been completed between 2019 and 2021 
  • Submitted work must be available for sale. 
  • Film-based work may be submitted as part of the online process (YouTube or Vimeo link). 
  • Digitally native, performative work, large scale work and/or outdoor work can be submitted.
  • Work is accepted for exhibition on merit. Copyright of all work is the property of the artist. Carlow Arts Festival and VISUAL Carlow reserve the right to photograph/film work for publicity and digital presentation purposes. 
Deadline: 
04/01/2021

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€10 per submission
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2021 Online Biennial | Museum of Wild and Newfangled Art

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International Call for Submissions for The Museum of Wild and Newfangled Art 2021 Online Biennial

FREE to submit

extended deadline march 16th 2021

all media and all mediums of art made from 2019 to 2021

this may include interactive, experiences, movement, abstract, play, sound, street, fashion, animations, live performance, photography, illusions, nature, software, videoart, memes, writing, bots, gifs, vr, ar, xr, painting, sculpture, sketches, theater, poetry, opera, cinema, other creative things only you can dream up.

a selection of international 100 artists will be curated,

artists selected receive 70% split of ticket sales

we are wild & newfangled, are you?

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artists selected receive 70% split of ticket sales

Deadline: 
03/16/2021

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Sculpture X, Form Finding in the 21st Century

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Sculpture X

Form Finding for the 21rst century

William Paterson University workshop and residency

June 3, 2021- June 17, 2021

 

THE WORKSHOP

Imagine being in a group of like-minded creatives working in proximity to create sculpture carved by robot but finished by your hand? We seek to bring together artists, sculptors, designers, architects, and curators to explore robot carving in wood. Working around other artists can inspire and motivate as you discover ideas in a speculative, constructive context.  It’s an opportunity to discover new ideas as well as work with new technologies. That's the spirit and tone that Sculpture X: Form Finding for the 21st Century seeks to provide. 

 

William Paterson University Center for New Art is now offering a 2 week workshop from June 3, 2021- June 17, 2021 for carving a sculpture (from a wooden block) by robot and then further working it by hand.

 

FOR DETAILS ABOUT COST AND APPLICATION:
https://michaelrees.org/sculpture-x-robot-carving-workshop

 

Contact information

Michael Rees reesm@wpunj.edu

Deadline: 
03/08/2021
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Seeking proposals for art-climate-science collaborations

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Broto: Art-Climate-Science is an emerging art-sci collaboration conference and community pointed at successful climate endgames. The transdisciplinary organization is asking for proposals for a single paid collaboration team. Each team must include at least one of each of the following — artist, scientist and observer — who will work together on a new project to test our Collaboration Blueprint. 

Broto has evolved as a unique opportunity for artists and scientists to collaborate in substantive, real-time, mutual and credible processes without the burden of outcome. The Broto inspiration is to add into the collaboration an “observer” role — the collaborator tasked with communicating, synthesising and mainstreaming the findings of the collaboration. In this model, artists and observers are equal to scientists in their contributions, sharing knowledge, co-creating innovations and experimenting freely.

Applications will be vetted by art-sci peers and the selected team will:

  • Test the model for strengths, weaknesses and improvements,
  • Be documented as they move through their process and
  • Communicate their experiences in a forthcoming Broto conference panel.

The collaboration period is up to one year and budgets and stipends, inclusive, will be capped at $5,000.

Have questions? Tune in for our informational webinar on March 8th!

Deadline: 
04/01/2021

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Exploring Patient Data and Surgical Healthcare

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Medical interventions and decisions are driven by data from an increasingly intricate array of measurements and tests, which creates a vivid representation of each patient. This data representation is often complex and obscure to the patient, yet has a profound impact on the trajectory of care.

We are looking for two artists, one focussing on prostate and the other on pancreatic cancer, to develop online based projects that bring together engineers, clinicians and patients to share their experiences of clinical decisions and explore what is needed for patients to feel informed in the face of complex data.

Using arts practice, we seek to facilitate conversations between these stakeholders and develop a final output building on workshop findings. The output is open but should communicate workshop discussions and findings, provoke further engagement with the topics and/or have potential as a communication aid between patients and doctors.

Collaborator Role

Through this artistic collaboration we are interested in exploring emerging themes in clinical practice, such as:

  • the relationship between patients, their data and clinical practice
  • the role of uncertainty and managing risk in clinical interventions
  • the challenge of keeping patients engaged and informed when clinical procedures are becoming increasingly sophisticated

The collaborators will work with a project team from the Wellcome / EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences, which brings engineers and clinicians together to develop technologies for planning, conducting and rehabilitation from surgery, with chances to also share and learn from each other.

Budget and Timescale

Each of the two projects will offer a maximum of £3,000 in total for artist time and expenses, workshop materials and final outputs. There is no current timeline, but we hope to begin the project in March and expect it will take 2 – 4 months to complete.

Deadline: 
02/22/2021

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