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Call for Video Work: "The Present Tense of Space"


Deadline:
Thu Jul 18, 2013 23:55

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

Lintroller presents "The Present Tense of Space", an open call for video based work around the theme of space, waiting and the moment in front of you.

Selected videos will be shown in an exhibition curated by Olivia Gilmore and Robert Hickerson on the 26th of July. They will also be featured on Lint-Roller.com.

Submissions must be under 30 minutes long, and under 2GB in file size. Submissions can be WeTransfered to ThePresentTenseofSpace@gmail.com via wetransfer.com or sent via Google Drive. All videos must be in .mov or .mp4 format to allow for playback in quicktime.

The deadline for submissions is Midnight on July 18th.

Email ThePresentTenseofSpace@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Lintroller is a space for contemporary photography that compiles interviews, portfolios, videos and curated blog posts. The website is emphasized on emerging photographers and current, surfacing ideas in the practice of photography. This exhibition serves not only as one of the first curated shows by Lintroller, but also as the beginning of incorporating video art on the site.


OPPORTUNITY

Lintroller Call for Photographic Works


Deadline:
Tue Dec 31, 2013 18:00

Recently launched, Lintroller is currently looking for submissions of photographic works of all genres.

Lintroller is a space for contemporary photography that compiles interviews, portfolios, videos and curated blog posts. The website is emphasized on emerging photographers and current, surfacing ideas in the practice of photography.
To submit your work for consideration, please email 10-15 images sized 1000px on the longest side at 72dpi together with a link to your website. Please include short statement about your work and a biography.

Please email all your submission to submissions@lint-roller.com

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