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DECONTEXTS
Call for Exhibition

Accepted media: Photography, Digital Visual Design, Video
Group Exhibition in Rome or Milan city. June 2021
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The beginning of modernity in the artistic field is marked by the introduction of a perspective vision, thanks to which the figures, within a planar space, are arranged according to an order of depth of field. The object acquires an "internal space", and with this it takes autonomy from the external space and is no longer an object in a space, but is itself the creation of its own space of representation: it becomes removable, and can be displayed in any place. The act of extracting an object / subject, isolated or inserted in imaginary spaces, imposes an evaluative approach oriented on the intrinsic meaning - and aesthetic - of what is exposed, and with it imposes questions such as "how much context is needed for us to categorize an object? How much can be taken away before an object completely loses its identity, before it truly becomes something else?".
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Deadline 7th March 2021

Deadline: 
03/07/2021
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HELEN OF SPARTA eResidency

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Intensive 4-day virtual residency + workshop + public presentation for visual, multimedia and interdisciplinary artists, jewelry and fashion designers or writers who work with textile art, story telling, mythology, performance.

 

Participation fee: 350,00 € paid by each participant

 

The eResidency:

The Helen of Sparta eResidency aims at inspiring eight artists/writers/performers to develop their own updated version of the ancient Greek myth. The intensive four-day program addresses issues, such as misogyny, abuse, manipulation, fake news, armed conflict. 

The eResidency program Helen of Sparta ambitions to introduce artists into the tradition of Greek art and culture, with a strong focus on narrative, Greek mythology, jewelry art, textile art, dress culture, women's history, performance and design.

The eResidents' work will be presented in a special online event and in a special section of SM*CK Magazine for Independent Artists (March 2021 #Munich issue).

 

The story behind the concept:

Helen, the mythical queen of Sparta, falls in love with the enemy and causes a merciless war.

The idea of the eResidency program reflects the tradition of 18th and 19th century travelers in Greece whose impressions greatly influenced artists and intellectuals back home. 

A famous example, the archaeologist and founder of the discipline of art history, Johann Joachim Winckelmann, never visited Greece, but developed his approach based on travelers' accounts. German poets Goethe and Hölderlin found inspiration in Greek antiquity, although they had never visited the country. The rediscovery of "Greek aesthetics" in art, architecture and fashion, and the revival of democracy in the age of Enlightenment was more a product of imagination than of physical presence.

 

Schedule and options:

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the intensive eResidency takes place exclusively online; it consists of teleconference meetings, customized exercises and individual advice. The tightly scheduled program consists of lectures, slideshows and videos, visual notes, group meetings and personal coaching.

eResidents have the option to participate in the online show and/or the gallery show organized and curated by ZLR Betriebsimperium during SCHMUCK/Munich Jewelry Week_March 2021.

eResidents of the Helen also have the option to attend a physical Artist-In-Residence in Greece (Athens or Arcadia/Peloponnes) in Summer/Fall 2021 or Winter 2021/22.

 

eResidency goals and promotion:

Developing a narrative and a story board, a performance concept and a choreography or an action script for an easy-to-do-it-yourself video is the feasible outcome of the workshop. Participants develop the concept, write the script, shoot and cut their video, even without prior knowledge or experience.

• Participants’ videos will be published online and shared via the social media.

• Text and images will be published in SMCK Magazine (www.smck.org).

•A live streaming presentation of participants' work will also be scheduled instead of the usual (physical) exhibition opening.

The eResidency includes the option for participants to show their work during SCHMUCK/ Munich Jewelry Week_March 2021 and via online presentation and gallery exhibition.

 

Program details: 

• Workshop & coaching (21 hours)

• From Greek mythology to narrative: 4 hours

• From Greek crafts (textile, jewelry, ceramics) to contemporary design: 2 hours

• Objects as performance inspiration: 1 hour

• Performance: 8 hours

• Video scenario: 3 hours

• Basic video techniques: 2 hours 

• Individual coaching: 2 x 30 minutes/artist

• Homework required: 3 hours/day

 

= total: 21 hours

Each session is one hour maximum with intermissions in between.

 

References:

• Helen's Dress online flipbook ( http://www.favelab.net/flipbooks/HelensDress_2020/mobile/index.html )

• Article on KLIMT02 ( https://klimt02.net/forum/articles/helens-dress-e-residency-mythology-embroidery-performance-gender-zlr-betriebsimperium )

• Helen's Dress participants' videos ( https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLteNVBNQW0WTp9rxu_FobwvVtchhHrBOo )

 

Requirements:  A good internet connection + zoom application (teleconference, live streaming) is necessary.

 

Support:  We give letters of support to selected artists who wish to apply for funding. We do not provide funding.

 

Duration and dates:  4 days. The eResidency starts on Thursday morning and ends on Sunday afternoon.

 

Number of participants:  Minimum 4 to maximum 8 artists.

 

eResidency Dates + application deadlines:

26 to 29 November 2020 -- Application deadline: 15 November 2020

3 to 6 December 2020 -- Application deadline: 22 November 2020

10 to 13 December 2020 -- Application deadline: 29 November 2020

7 to 10 January 2021 -- Application deadline: 22 December 2020

21 to 24 January 2021 -- Application deadline: 10 January 2021

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SOLITUDE

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Solitude can elicit either a sense of euphoria or peace, or a sense of confinement or punishment, while others are isolated in a community unit. As we move forward into the fall and winter months, and COVID continues to impede our movements and interactions, how do we, as individuals, or as members of a larger, even worldwide community, process these survival confinements? As artists, we can use our medium to express the inner joy, conflict, frustration, sadness or peace we find ourselves confronting. ARC is searching for your creative endeavors as a reflection of your process under the current circumstances, keeping artists alone but pulling together into a community. All media is accepted, including video, performance and sound; and all artists’ work will be considered. The exhibition will run from Jan 8 thru Feb 27, 2021. This time frame is equal to two ARC Gallery exhibition months – so more opportunity for your work to be viewed! 

Entry fee: $40 for one to three images. $10 for each additional image (lower charge for students — High school or college students can pay a reduced fee of $25 per 3 entries with $10 for each additional entry (Please include copy of Student ID)). If paying by check, it must be received prior to jurying.

Virtual Opening Reception, Saturday, Jan 9, 4:00-5:00pm

Exhibition dates: Jan 8 – Feb 27, 2021

Gallery hours: Fri – 3-7 pm, Sat & Sun – 12-4 pm

Exhibition contingency plans:

At this time, we plan to have an actual exhibition at the gallery. There will be no in-person opening, though we will have a Virtual Opening Event on Zoom. The gallery will be open with limited hours and visitor restrictions (until it is safe to do otherwise).

IF the city closes all businesses again, due to COVID-19, the gallery will be closed, but we will display the exhibition online, visible to everyone who visits our website. All artists will be identified, along with their work and artist statement; and we will send out a link to everyone on our mailing list, potentially 4000+ viewers.

The new (Temporary) Gallery hours are: Fridays, 3-7pm; Saturdays and Sundays, 12-4pm. Masks for all visitors are required and no more than 6 people will be allowed in the gallery at one time. (Hours subject to change.)

ABOUT THE JUROR: Danny Floyd is an artist, researcher, curator, and educator based out of Chicago. At the risk of confusion, his work seeks the narrow threshold between meaning and nonsense in text and images. Often at odds with neuro-normative conventions, he embraces divergent thinking through improvisation and the delightfully weird. He is the Exhibitions Director for ACRE and a Lecturer of Visual & Critical Studies and Sculpture at SAIC. Since 2013, he has been an active part of Chicago’s artist-run space community through two programs, Ballroom Projects and Adler & Floyd. He has held curatorial residencies with ACRE and Chicago Artists Coalition. He was also awarded the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation Curatorial Fellowship in 2017.

 

Prize summary: 
$100
Prizes Details: 

Three “juror awards” will be selected for a small monetary award ($100 each); and awarded work will be featured on the ARC website.

Deadline: 
11/22/2020

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$40 for one to three images. $10 for each additional image (lower charge for students -- High school or college students can pay a reduced fee of $25 per 3 entries with $10 for each additional entry (Please include copy of Student ID)).
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Language

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LANGUAGE

Call for Exhibition

Accepted media: Photography, Digital Visual Design, Video

Group Exhibition in Rome or Milan city. May 2021

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Language is a code, “a system of conventional symbols” that we use to communicate a message, an intention, a will, a wish, a desire, but also to share thoughts, ideas and to exchange opinions.

Language is variable, flexible possibly based on precise rules. It can be understood, misunderstood or it can cause barriers. It can be spoken, written, painted, reproduced, fragmented, or even destroyed.

This call would like to gather digital artworks, pictures and videos that are able to represent the multifaceted world of languages, their features and contradictions.

Deadline 7th February 2021

Deadline: 
02/07/2021

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ArtAround Roswell Virtual Tour

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RFQ - Virtual Tour Application

ArtAround Roswell Virtual Tour RFQ
 
Application deadline: September 28, 2020 – 

Program summary:

Roswell Arts Fund, with funding provided by the Fulton County Arts & Culture, seeks to partner with a creative videographer and producer to create a virtual experience of our public art collection.

The goal is to create a digital video(s) that focuses on large-scale public art sited by Roswell Arts Fund throughout Roswell, GA.

During this time of distance and isolation, we will not only document the works, but bring new and unexpected experiences afforded by way of technology. The virtual experience will feature views of each work, including close and unusual perspectives not available to a typical viewer. This may include drone photography or any number of additional concepts.

Audio recording and documentation will also be important. Artists, community members, and leaders will be interviewed and recorded to encompass the breadth of the exhibit. Closed captioning for hearing impaired and non-english speakers must also be provided.

The completed project will debut on web and social media pages, available to view free of charge. Vignettes will be featured on social media throughout the rest of the exhibition to reach individuals that may be unable to view the exhibit in person, and to promote our work to a broader audience.

Prize summary: 
The selected party will be awarded up to $15,000 depending on negotiations of the final product
Prizes Details: 

The selected party will be awarded up to $15,000 depending on negotiations of the final product

Deadline: 
09/28/2020
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Open Call VI Festival Video nodoCCS 2020

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In the words of writer Arundhati Roy, pandemics have forced humans to break with the past and imagine a new world. This one is no different. It is a portal, a gateway between one world and the next. In these uncertain times, we all have a cultural, artistic and social function in our world, the best we can do for art and society is to put ourselves at its service and not use it to to our own benefit but, through poetic and political imagination, find answers and generate other relationship systems that are part of the solution and not the problem.

 

The VI nodoCARACAS Video Festival is based on these ideas to propose its VI Video Festival, which this year will take place in Kristiansand (Norway) between November 13 and 22 in the spaces of 51K Arteriet and at the same time it will be broadcast live in other cities of the world.

 

nodoCCS is therefore presented as a collaborative project of two artists whose main focus is the Festival de Video nodoCCS: from which the programs, curatorships, meetings, exchanges, exhibitions and collaborations proposed by our founders are born in the place where they are located, in the cities where you are invited. To date nodoCCS has made its programming and its festival in Caracas (Venezuela), Lima (Peru), Bogotá (Colombia), Miami (USA), Berlin (Germany), Madrid (Spain), Karazin (Ukraine), Mexico City and Athens (Greece).

 

Since 2015 and until now there are several roles that nodoCCS has had, moving around places and countries, inhabiting spaces of an institutional and emerging nature, collaborating with people and artists to carry out: our Festival, meetings, screenings, exhibitions and conversations.

Prize summary: 
100$
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BASES

 

1. A maximum of 1 video can be sent per artist or group of any subject and in any language, although it can be subtitled in Spanish and English. Maximum length 8 mins. 

 

The selected works will be part of the program of the VI nodoCCS Video Festival 2020 and will be projected in 51 K Arteriet - Kristiansand (Norway). 

 

When you agree to participate, you acknowledge that the videos are presented to a wider audience and agree to be part of the new spaces and initiatives that the nodoCCS develops to increase its visibility. They may be included in international programs and travel to different cities with which we collaborate.

 

2. The works will be selected by a jury of international specialists coordinated by nodoCCS.

 

3. The submission of the works implies that the artists authorize the projection of their works by the means that nodoCCS considers for their dissemination. The copyright on the work is the exclusive property of the artist who makes the work, which allows its exhibition and dissemination in case of being selected by nodoCCS. The projections will always be free.

 

4. PRESELECTION: The videos must be online, both in open and private version with access via password.

 

5. SELECTION: The selected artists will be contacted by email in October 2020 and will be asked to send the file digitally in maximum quality format, MOV HD or MP4 HD.

 

6. COST: The participation will have an open price that we will take as a donation (starting at 5$) to be able to carry out the management tasks, support the invited artists and collaborate with the installation costs of the festival. 

 

7. The sending of the material implies the acceptance of these bases and all the aspects not contemplated in this regulation will be resolved by nodoCCS.

 

8. THE WINNER will be announced on the first day of the festival and will have a remuneration of $100.

Deadline: 
09/30/2020

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
5$
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