OPEN CALL FOR Video, Animation & NEW MEDIA Artworks
2019 EXHIBITIONS PROGRAMMING
Call for Artworks: International Open Call for Submissions
Format: Links to downloadable movie files, password protected links accepted
Fee: $20 for up to 2 entries (additional/multiple entries accepted for additional fee.)
Plexus Projects is seeking submissions of moving image artworks for an ongoing series of pop-up exhibitions of screen-based new media art. Submissions may include videos and animations that employ the use digital technologies including 3D scanning and modeling, motion capture, data-driven and generative imaging, physical computing, custom software, motion graphics, experimental image processing, as well as conventional video editing.
Submissions may include either YouTube or Vimeo URL(s) with download enabled or links to file sharing downloads (i.e. WeTransfer, Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.). Please include any necessary passwords to view/download videos with your Submission links. Submissions are reviewed quarterly. Please allow up to ninety days for a response regarding your submission and exhibition scheduling.
Selected videos will be projected as part of a single channel program looping throughout the exhibition and archived in an online exhibition. Video exhibitions in the series will either be projected on a wall inside the project space or on the storefront window facing the street (for videos without sound). Shorter works under five minutes are given priority, however works of any length will be considered with the option to show an excerpt for the exhibition. Exhibitions typically run for a length of one to three days.
Previous exhibitions in the series have included Permeable Boundaries and Future Artifact including work by Carla Knopp, Federico Cuatlacuatl, Fernanda Bertero, James Bascara, James Proctor, Jason Isolini, Snow Yunxue Fu, Yefeng Wang, Maggie Hazen, Sophie Kahn, Timothy Earl Neill and others.
PART 1: SUBMISSION Form
PART 2: SUBMISSION FEE
Complete your submission by paying the submission fee. Your fee goes directly to support programming operations expenses for this artist-run project space.