Submission Deadline: Feb 5, 2014
Notification: Feb 12, 2014
Opening Reception: March 29, 2014
Closing Reception: April 26, 2014
Cost of Entry: Free
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About the Exhibition
Artist/Curators Leah Brown and Peter Symons are seeking submissions for their upcoming exhibition, Beep Bop Boop. Applicants’ work should make use of new production methods enabled by digital technologies including (but not limited to): projection mapping, interactive video installation, digital fabrication, holography, and virtual reality. Through the Beep Bop Boop show, we aim to explore the kinds of relationships emerging between people and their technologies that are helping to define a twenty-first century art practice. We are seeking work that incorporates the creative use and misuse of technology in thought-provoking and unexpected ways. We are especially looking for installations and interactive artworks.
-Images and/or video content of the technology-based artwork, along with a written description of scale* and the installation requirements. Technologies can range from interactive video projection, to 3-d printing, computer programming, generative art, robotics, virtual platforms, etc.
-a link to your website or images/video of previous projects.
-your contact information so we can discuss any questions/issues that arise during the review process.
*we can accommodate work up to 19 feet in height.
The Projects/North Art Warehouse is the featured Exhibition Space in the FatVillage art district of Fort Lauderdale, FL. Built in the 1950s, this hanger-like space is over 10,000 square feet and features raw, concrete walls and a domed wooden ceiling with steel support beams every 19 feet that are perfect for hanging work. The space regularly accommodates huge art installations, independently curated exhibitions, and private events. It is the highlight of the Fat Village ArtWalks that occur from 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM on the last Saturday of each Month.
Our exhibitions contain content that may be invited, commissioned and selected from submissions. We select projects based on content, feasibility, available space and other relevant information.
This project has been generously funded in part by the Broward Cultural Division’s Creative Investment Program, and by FATVillage, a 501c3 Nonprofit Organization.