Open Call: International Open Call for Moving Image Artworks
Exhibition Type: One-Day Solo Exhibition
Submission Fee: $20 per entry (maximum 3 entries per artist)
Deadline: December 31, 2019

Plexus Projects (Brooklyn, NY) is seeking submissions of moving image artworks for Vitrine, a series of projected screenings in its storefront window viewed from the street. The series of one-day solo exhibitions features videos and animations that employ the use digital technologies including 3D scanning and modeling, motion capture, physical computing, data-driven and generative imaging, custom software, motion graphics, experimental image processing, as well as conventional video editing.

Submissions may include either downloadable Vimeo URL(s) with download enabled or file sharing links (Dropbox or Google Drive preferred). Please include any necessary passwords to view or download videos with your submission links. Videos of any aspect ratio may be submitted. Video submissions may include screen recordings of generative code-based artworks. Please do not submit code or file formats other than video. Please note that these are silent video projections and sound is not heard. The projected image is approximately 46” diagonal in dimensions. Selected artists will be notified by January 31, 2020.

Previous exhibition screenings at Plexus Projects have included artists Carla Knopp, Federico Cuatlacuatl, Fernanda Bertero, James Bascara, James Proctor, Jason Isolini, Snow Yunxue Fu, Yefeng Wang, Maggie Hazen, Sophie Kahn, Timothy Earl Neill, Ryan Lauderdale, Marit Mei-tsan Stafstrom, and others.


Submissions may include: - Vimeo links with DOWNLOAD ENABLED - File sharing links (Dropbox or Google Drive preferred). *Please include any necessary passwords.
Title, Date, Duration, Media, Statement (50–100 words)
Artist/team biography written in third person. (50–100 words)
i.e. Online Portfolio, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter separated by commas.
Submission/Exhibition Terms *



Please complete your submission by paying the submission fee. Your fee goes directly to support programming operations expenses for this artist-run project space.