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<nettime-ann> Fwd: [Boston] Collision 17 Call for Art


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> Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2011 12:00:01 -0500
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> Today's Topics:
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> 1. COLLISION 17 Call for Participation! (William Tremblay)
>
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>
> COLLISIONcollective is looking for your experimental technology-based
> artwork.
>
> The seventeenth COLLISIONcollective exhibition will open at the Axiom
> Center of New and Experimental Media in Jamaica Plain (Boston) on March 2,
> 2012. Your submissions are due by midnight (eastern time, UTC-05:00),
> January 14, 2012.
>
>
> - Judging will be final by Wednesday, January 18, 2012, with
> notifications going out the same day
> - The show is scheduled for installation the week of February 26, 2012.
> - Opening will be March 2, 2012.
> - The show will be up for *four weeks*, coming down on March 31, 2012.
>
>
> You are invited to submit through:
> http://collisioncollective.org/mysubs
> <http://collisioncollective.org/mysubs>
> In order to submit, first add yourself as a website user (if you haven't
> already done so for a prior submission), log in, and then use the My
> Submissions <http://collisioncollective.org/mysubs> navigation link to
> submit your proposal. After initially submitting, you can edit your
> proposal up until the submission deadline of Saturday, Jan 14, 2012. If you
> have several works to enter, multiple submissions are fine, but generally
> only one piece per person will be accepted unless they are a series. You
> may submit a proposal for a piece yet to be realized, but the likelihood of
> its completion will be considered during judging. Axiom will comfortably
> house moderately-sized artworks and installations, but space is somewhat
> limited. Please limit your proposed work to around 500 cubic feet (about an
> 8*8*8' cube, dimensions variable) as really large projections, etc. will
> negatively impact the number of works to be shown.
>
> As ever, works will be judged according to the following criteria (in
> decreasing order of importance):
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> art / technology -- be techno in production or product
> safe -- do not be dangerous to patrons
> completed / available -- be available including artist
> fits space -- be a team player
> exciting / novel -- be fun and unique
> thought provoking -- be smart
> crafty -- be quality
>
> Some examples of recent works accepted into Collision shows can be found at
> http://collisioncollective.org/artwork. Please take these as a general
> guide to the genre covered, but not as a limitation of your creative
> parameters. We want to see your ideas!
>
> -Bill.

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