OPEN CALL: Video & Animation Artworks

VITRINE
window projected new media art exhibitions

Deadline: Ongoing
Open Call: International Open Call for Artworks
Fee: $20 per entry (maximum 4 entries per artist)

Plexus Projects (Brooklyn, NY) is seeking submissions of moving image artworks for Vitrine, a series of projected screenings in its storefront window. Submissions may include 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 under five minutes are given priority however works of any length will be considered with the option to show an excerpt for the exhibition. Please note that this will be a silent video projection only screening. Submissions may include either 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. Video submissions may include screen recordings of generative code-based artworks. Please do not submit code or any other file formats other than video.

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 and others.


SUBMISSION: PART 1 OF 2

 
Submissions may include 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.
Title, Date, Duration, approx. 50-word statement
Approximately 50-word artist/team biography written in third person.
Submission/Exhibition Terms *
 

 

SUBMISSION: PART 2 OF 2

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