The Week Ahead: We'll Miss You Zoë Salditch Edition

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The Reanimator Lab and community participants, Rhizome logo made at IDEAS CITY (2013).

This week, there are many deadlines that are relevant to the Rhizome community. You can submit your work to VIDA 15.0, or to Transmediale, or to the Celeste Prize. Someone out there is looking for videos made during the last Manhattanhenge, and someone else wants self-portraits made using a cameraphone and a mirror. Here at Rhizome, we also have an important deadline: today is the last day to apply for the post of Community Manager and Program Administrator at Rhizome. Which means, sadly, that Zoë Salditch is moving on to pastures new.

While at Rhizome, Zoë curated The Download, which offered artworks for users to download and experience on their own computer. She fostered the Tumblr Internet Art Grant, and she organized events ranging from New Silent Series talks and panels to a workshop hosted by The Reanimator Lab where visitors could make hand-drawn animated GIFs, like the Rhizome logo shown above. She leaves quite a legacy, and we can't wait to see what she does next.

Now, without further ado, here are selected events, exhibitions and deadlines this week, all culled from Rhizome Announce.

Sherbrooke, Québec

Wednesday, July 31: Espace [IM] Media is a media art & digital culture biennial event showing the work of more than 30 international artists.

Varna, Bulgaria

Thursday, August 1: The Videoholica International Video Art Festival begins, screening 147 video works over 6 days.

Oakland, CA

Friday, August 2: Rock Paper Scissors Collective presents Limited Connectivity, and exhibition where artists Brian Hicks, Larissa Kaul, Rachel Lewallen, and Peter Pendergrass join with collaborators David Broadway and Stephanie Russ to confront identity, persona, desire, sexuality, and spirituality in the digital world. 

Toronto, Ontario

Saturday, August 3: Echolocation invites the public to take a sound art audio tour of Wychwood Barns Saturday morning Farmers' Market.

 

Deadlines

Artists

Monday, July 29: 

29 July: "Rhizome seeks a highly capable, communicative and organized internet native to care for and cultivate our community."

Wednesday, July 31:

VIDA 15.0 offers awards for recent or envisioned art projects that offer innovative perspectives on artificial life.

MON3Y.US has extended the deadline for MON3Y as an 3RRR0R, calling for artworks that deal with the concept of Glitch/Error.

The Celeste Prize is looking for talented artists around the world, regarldless of age, profession or gender, to submit to their board of international cutrators.

Espacio Enter is seeking works in all sectors related to art & digital culture for their international art festival in November.

Anders Weberg and the Stian Gallery asks artists to submit a creative self portrait using a mirror and a cameraphone. All submissions that meet the requirement will be included.

S/N Coalition has an open call for videos taken during the last Manhattanhenge. Videos must have been captured between 7:30 and 9PM in Manhattan on July 12, 2013.

The Lumen Prize seeks 50 artists with digitally-created work for an exhibition set to tour the UK, USA and Asia, along with cash prizes.

Artfetch has put out an open call for work from undergraduate, graduate, and recent art school alumni for an upcoming online exhibition.

Transmediale 2014 asks contributors to reflect on the 'afterglow of digital culture' through trashed technologies, ideas, and narratives.

Thursday, August 1:

PixelPops 2013 is seeking works confronting the idea, act, or process of regeneration, or replacing what was lost in an environmental sense.