Call for Papers
Spring Edition, 2007
Theme: Bits, Bytes and the Rhetoric of Practice: New Media Artist Statements 2007
In this edition of media-N we invite new media arts practitioners to submit personal artist statements and examples of their practice. The commentary (no more than 500 words) should describe the work and contextualize it within the field of new media practice and ideas. In addition, include a short biographical statement (no more than 100 words) at the end of your artist statement.
We are also looking for curator's statements that define curatorial practice in the field
[·] Submission deadline: April 30 2007
[·] Paper format and media format for Bits, Bytes and the Rhetoric of
Practice: New Media Artist Statements 2007
Begin your statement with three keywords of your choice that you think best define your practice
Write your name, affiliation and contact details (such as email if you want it to be included)
Write your artist statement (no more than 500 words)
Write your biographical statement (no more than 100 words)
Attach your statement and up to three examples of artwork in an email to: Rachel Clarke, Editor in Chief (email@example.com)
Please use a standard word-processing program such as Microsoft Word. PC and Mac versions are both acceptable. You may use italics, boldface, and diacritics, but do not use HTML tags (such as or ). It is best to send the review as an email attachment in Microsoft Word. Please do not cut and paste the review into the body of an email, as formatting may be lost or changed in the e-mail transmission.
Include no more than three examples of artwork (this could be still images, video clips, audio clips, etc, as applicable.) Media Formats: jpeg, avi, swf and additional formats on case by case basis (mov/mpeg/wav/aiff). Be sure to attach these files separately as well as in the body of the text.
Event reviews: The editorial board also invites proposals for reviews of exhibitions, events, festivals, conferences, etc. See examples of reviews in the current issue.
Submission deadline: April 30 2007
[·] Media-N author's agreement is available from the 'Copyright Statement' link
[·] Send manuscripts via email to: Rachel Clarke, Editor in Chief (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Call for Papers