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The Dream

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The Dream ...The unconscious, the illogical, the irrational – what is it about dreams and their uncanny nature that drives us towards conjuring fantastical explanations and mystical reports on their meanings? The depths of the internet have become a repository for dreams, hopes, irrational thoughts and vents – but are we asleep or awake? Sleepwalking or stationary? Is this a dream or a nightmare?

 

Concept: Gabriella Gasparini @a_rotten_peach_

Video: Karl Harker @swiftredfox

 

More info ►►  https://agoradigital.art/virtual-reality-exhibitions/the-dream/

 

Artworks: Any New Media Art format with a surreal touch

 

Exhibition: in VR Mozilla Hubs in Nov 2022 for thewrong biennale. And maybe later, a physical 3-day IRL exhibit.

 

Deadline to apply: Sunday 31 July at 12:00 (noon) GMT.

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31/July/2022

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2022 Alternate Realities Commission

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Open call for applications to the 2022 Sheffield DocFest Alternate Realities Commission

Up to £15k funding, curatorial, production and marketing support is available for an artist or collective to create/complete a new, non-fiction digital project. The succesful proposal will exhibit at Site Gallery during Sheffield DocFest 2022 (23-28 June).

This open call is for artists who work in digital non-fiction, create immersive experiences or experiment with new technologies. We encourage applications from debut, emerging and established artists and collectives from the UK and internationally.

Who can we support?

  • We welcome applications from artists based in the UK and internationally
  • Applicants must be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to innovation in digital storytelling in the realm of non-fiction
  • Evidence of a strong body of artistic work, including a proven track record of recent work, projects, exhibitions, publishing, and/or commissions is desirable, but not essential as this is completion funding
  • The panel is open to projects that may have already started or are in production, providing we are made aware of any other partners or funding bodies involved in the project
  • It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to secure clearance from the copyright holders of any copyrighted materials included within the submitted projects. Sheffield DocFest will not be held responsible for the unauthorised inclusion of any copyrighted materials within or related to the submitted application.

The commission is made possible with thanks to the generous support of Arts Council England and Site Gallery.

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Up to £15k complete funding for an artist or collective from anywhere around the world
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How can we support you?

The selected proposal will be awarded up to £15,000 to cover artist fees, production costs and expenses. Travel (including international flights) and accommodation for the selected artist(s) to install their work and participate in our Alternate Realities programme at the Festival will come from this fund.

The selected winner cannot use the funding to build a marketing campaign for an existing work. Both Sheffield DocFest and Site Gallery will provide marketing support and expertise to promote the Commissioned work. 

We will support display costs through securing the venue and basic AV equipment (subject to technical requirements) and we will also provide the technical support needed to exhibit the work as part of the festival. Sheffield DocFest will act as Executive Producer and we will offer curatorial and production support in the delivery and marketing of the commission.

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27/February/2022
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Art Nest Call for Proposals

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The Art Nest Call for Proposals closes on February 18, 2022, 5 PM EST.

 

TOAF is thrilled to present Art Nest, a new initiative that challenges previous and current TOAF artists to experiment and push boundaries beyond the limits of the 10 x 10 square foot tent context.

 

Where: Nathan Phillips Square

When: July 2022 at the 61st edition of the Toronto Outdoor Art Fair.

Learn more at TOAF.ca/art-nest-call-for-proposals

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18/February/2022

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Speculum Artium 2021

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Speculum Artium is an annual international festival of new media culture hosted in the post-industrial town of Trbovlje in Slovenia. This year it will take place between 23rd and 25th of September

Speculum Artium is one of the most prominent new media events in Europe and hosts scientists and artists from all over the world.
Submission details:
We are looking for artists to submit projects in the new media and technology field to be presented at this year’s festival in September.
As an inspiration for your own projects the central project for Speculum Artium this year is Senster. Also take a quick look at  submission webpage  to see some of the work from previous editions of the festival.
Funds are available for successful applicants.
Closing date for applications is 1st of May 2021.

Deadline: 
07/May/2021

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Some budget for the artists may be provided
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Open call for Holding Patterns (online exhibition)

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Holding patterns is an experimental online exhibition that invites artists working digitally to consider the broader impact of isolation within the contexts of our surroundings. Noting the ways isolation has shifted our relationships to others, the environment, and ourselves, this exhibition seeks work that meditates on new forms of sociality in this moment of collective grief. As we contemplate the adverse effects of the pandemic, we have become more aware of the ways we have lost touch with our surroundings.

As an anecdote to the environmental and cultural concerns that are beginning to reveal themselves in this monumental period of isolation, we invite artists to help bring us back together and to reflect on ways we can continue to survive. How can creative projects enable multiple forms of connection with our surroundings? What are the ways artists are developing strategies for alternative forms of engagement?

This exhibition is designed, co-curated, and installed by students enrolled in the Art & Code class at Vanderbilt University.

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06/November/2020

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