Curated by Angeles Cossio
Deadline for submissions: November 16th, 5pm CST
Exhibition: December 2 – 30th
Opening Reception: Friday, December 2nd
Drift Station is interested in works/objects/ideas that use change and evolution as their core premise. We encourage the submission of works that change during the course of the opening reception and/or the run of the exhibition. Submission of recipes, performance scores, videos, generative work, sounds pieces etc.… is encouraged. We are especially interested in recreating works/performances in the gallery with materials that can be purchased for $25 or less from a supermarket, hardware or thrift store.
Works that will be considered for the exhibition:
- Works that change over a period of time in the gallery
- Works that can be recreated in the exhibition space
- Can exist solely as instructions or scores
- Video/sound files/ images - anything that can be transmitted digitally
- Can be shipped for under $10
- Objects and ideas that would not be normally
considered artworks but fall within the parameters of the call (writing, music, performance, scientific experiments, etc…)
ALL SUBMISSIONS MUST BE MADE VIA EMAIL AND SHOULD INCLUDE
- Your name
- Website of other works (if available)
- JPEG’s or a URL to view representative images or media files for the piece
- A short paragraph explaining how your work relates to the concept of the exhibition
SEND SUBMISSIONS TO: email@example.com>
Please note we cannot accept video/sound files attached to emails or direct download links (such as YouSendIt). We encourage artists without websites to use SoundCloud and Vimeo.
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Started by Angeles Cossio and Jeff Thompson in the summer of 2010, Drift Station acts as a non-traditional curatorial platform for innovative exhibitions, art, music, and performance based in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. Working within limited geographic and financial means, we are rethinking how art can be transmitted not transported. We are interested in exhibitions that allow artistic projects from around the world to be seen in locations that might not otherwise have access.