Re: FW: Call for Media Based work that engages policy, planning and

Posted by Rosemary Bodolay | Sun Jan 30th 2005 4:55 p.m.

deadline?

joy garnett wrote:

>
> FYI:
>
> -------------forwarded message---------------
> Call for media-based artwork: "Groundworks"
>
> The exhibition "Groundworks: Environmental Collaboration in
> Contemporary
> Art" is being organized at the Regina Miller Gallery at
> Carnegie-Mellon
> University for the fall of 2005. The exhibition will include a range
> of
> collaborative projects addressing environmental issues both nationally
> and
> internationally. Work is sought for the media component of this
> exhibition, which will be presented in a dedicated media gallery
> space. We
> seek collaborative, media-based projects (either original media pieces
> or
> documentation of completed collaborative projects) that creatively
> engage
> the mechanisms of policy and planning used to govern a given
> ecosystem. A diverse range of of ecosystems may be considered,
> including
> urban, rural, uninhabited, or virtual (e.g. internet) systems.
> Engagement
> may include direct renewal of the system, strategies of agency and
> social
> participation, or others, but should strive to be conscious of its
> aesthetic and ethical framework. We are especially seeking web-based,
> computer-based or video pieces (DVD, VHS, etc.).
>
> Send proposals and inquiries to:
>
> Patrick Deegan
> Dept. of Art History
> VIS 0084 UCSD
> La Jolla, CA 92093
> or email: pdeegan@ucsd.edu
>
>
>
  • joy garnett | Mon Jan 31st 2005 8:04 a.m.
    that's all I got -- email patrick deagan, their contact person (scroll
    down...)

    On Sun, 30 Jan 2005, Rosemary Bodolay wrote:

    > deadline?
    >
    >
    > joy garnett wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> FYI:
    >>
    >> -------------forwarded message---------------
    >> Call for media-based artwork: "Groundworks"
    >>
    >> The exhibition "Groundworks: Environmental Collaboration in
    >> Contemporary
    >> Art" is being organized at the Regina Miller Gallery at
    >> Carnegie-Mellon
    >> University for the fall of 2005. The exhibition will include a range
    >> of
    >> collaborative projects addressing environmental issues both nationally
    >> and
    >> internationally. Work is sought for the media component of this
    >> exhibition, which will be presented in a dedicated media gallery
    >> space. We
    >> seek collaborative, media-based projects (either original media pieces
    >> or
    >> documentation of completed collaborative projects) that creatively
    >> engage
    >> the mechanisms of policy and planning used to govern a given
    >> ecosystem. A diverse range of of ecosystems may be considered,
    >> including
    >> urban, rural, uninhabited, or virtual (e.g. internet) systems.
    >> Engagement
    >> may include direct renewal of the system, strategies of agency and
    >> social
    >> participation, or others, but should strive to be conscious of its
    >> aesthetic and ethical framework. We are especially seeking web-based,
    >> computer-based or video pieces (DVD, VHS, etc.).
    >>
    >> Send proposals and inquiries to:
    >>
    >> Patrick Deegan
    >> Dept. of Art History
    >> VIS 0084 UCSD
    >> La Jolla, CA 92093
    >> or email: pdeegan@ucsd.edu
    >>
    >>
    >>
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