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1minute Projection Mapping Competition in TOKYO

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~Entry for participating creators is now open!~

1minute Projection Mapping in TOKYO will be held again this year.
This is an international competition planned by Projection Mapping Association of Japan for competing projection mapping works of 1 minute to 1 minute and 59 seconds.
Creators from all over the world are invited to submit their video works. 

This year’s competition will mark the 10th anniversary. The theme of this memorable edition is, 

『 LIFE / 命・暮らし・人生 』

The development of modern technology has enabled us to overcome many obstacles, increase our life expectancy, and change the way we work and live.
On the other hand, however, the world is still in the grip of sad news as another conflict has erupted this year, in addition to the still-unresolved COVID-19 outbreak.

Our views of life, death, and work style have changed dramatically.

In an era when people’s minds are shaken both mentally and physically, we are looking for works that include messages, visions, and questions about “LIFE” as envisioned by each creator. 

 

Prize Summary: 
Grand Prize gets 2 million yen
Prizes Details: 
  • Grand Prize: 2million yen, trophy, supplementary prize, invited as a guest creator for the next competition.  
  • Second Prize: 500k yen, trophy, supplementary prize  
  • Jury Prize: 200k yen, trophy, supplementary prize  
  • Organizer Award: 100k yen, trophy, supplementary prize  
  • Audience Award: 100k yen, trophy, supplementary prize 

(Finalists will receive a subsidy for production costs or accommodation when they come to Japan.  )  

Deadline: 
23/June/2022

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World's first NFT projection videomapping

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Pitch announces an international open call for the creation of a projection show, which will be shown as a part of the Intervals festival and the program for celebrating the 800h anniversary of Nizhny Novgorod.

Intervals is an international festival of media art. In 2021 it takes place from 27th to 29th of August and includes a record number of the city venues. One of the festival’s main locations is Mayak, an old garment factory on the Volga river bank, built by the famous Russian architect F. Schechtel in 1914. During the festival, the building in neo-gothic style will turn into the canvas for a unique NFT video mapping installation, produced by Pitch with the technical assistance of the festival’s organizers, dreamlaser company.

We invite artists and creative groups who work in various styles to participate in the project with Pitch being responsible for curation, selection of works, art direction, and creation of the final audio-visual composition. It will be projected on Mayuk every evening during the festival and seen by tens of thousands of people. The result of the work will be minted as NFT token, copies of which will be distributed between all the participating artists, one copy of the same item (token ID) each.

This project aims to present crypto art in its absolute abstract form — as a collaborative, anonymous and free creative process.

Prize Summary: 
NFT-token
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copies of NFT-token of the final artwork will be distributed between all the participating artists, one copy of the same item (token ID) each.

Deadline: 
13/August/2021

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OPEN CALL - GLW Competition 2021 has started!

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Our GENIUS LOCI WEIMAR competition 2021 has started!

GENIUS LOCI WEIMAR is looking again for innovative ideas for the projection festival in its 10th edition in autumn 2021.

OPEN CALL

  • Annual theme: TRUE CRIME
  • 2 buildings
  • Deadline: 6th of June 2021
  • 30 sec video
  • Eur 30,000

More info here: www.genius-loci-weimar.org

Prize Summary: 
30.000 Euro
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15.000 Euro for the winning team of each location

Deadline: 
06/June/2021

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Open Call For Videomappers - Lighting Sibiu Competition 2016

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We are inviting international artists to create short video-mapped animations adapted to the façade of the Brukenthal Museum. The animations will be projected on 9th September 2016 in front of a live audience. Representatives from the top teams will be invited to attend the event, full accommodation and limited travel costs covered by the organiser. A cash prize will be awarded for the best entry.

Get more details by visiting www.lightingsibiu.eu.

Deadline: 
14/August/2016
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