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Człowiek! Tu byłem!

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Wirtualne Muzeum Antropocenu announces an international open call for our first exhibition “Człowiek! Tu byłem!” (eng. Human was here!)

From November 26 – December 20, 2020 we invite artists — regardless of background, education and nationality to submit works to our inaugural exhibition.

“Człowiek! Tu byłem!” is a visual and conceptual exploration of the Anthropocene - the era of the human, its complexities and contradictions. What does it feel like? What does it sound like? What does it look and taste like? Engage your senses and dive into what it means to live in and experience the Antropocene.

All visual, literary, and sound works are welcome.

 

Wirtualne Muzeum Antropocenu (eng. Virtual Museum of the Anthropocene) is the first of its kind fully virtual cultural institution examining and documenting the nuances of the human era - the Anthropocene. We reflect upon and examine the environmental changes triggered by human activity as well as the relationship between humans, nature and technology. The interdisciplinary approach is at the core of our work, allowing us to combine the freedom of creative expression with the scientific and technological innovations and breakthroughs in our explorations.

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12/20/2020

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The Universal Sea – Pure or Plastic?! Call for Artists

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Creatives from all around the world get your work tools ready and set your imagination free: The Universal Sea’s Call for Artists is officially launched! We are seeking out for artworks and projects which deal with water in the Anthropocene’s context until 31st December 2017.

„The Universal Sea: Pure or Plastic?!” is a European art and innovation project. The aim of our project is to strengthen creative civil participation now and for the future. It’s about creating urgency to take action! The project seeks to find new approaches by exploring the power of art questioning and rethinking existing systems through making thought processes visible and physically tangible. Based on Beuys’ social sculpture concept, we are looking for artists that are open to engaging with the public beyond their individual art creation.

What is in for you:

  • Be shown in an international exhibition in a museum in Oronsko, Poland.
  • Be selected for an Artist Residency
  • Get a budget of 5.000 Euro for your extended art production
  • Show your final artwork at The Universal Sea Festival in Budapest, Hungary.
  • Be published in the official The Universal Sea Book.

And overall, contribute to a global cause with your work and show that art can be a catalyst for change. Your choice, your action!

Apply now and find more information: http://universal-sea.org/actions/artist-open-call.

Deadline: 
12/31/2017
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