SONiK Fest .
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BIO
{SØNiK} was founded out of a desire to promote a dynamic awareness of sonic arts and new media in a forum rich in creative experimentation and progressive dialogue, with the intention of blurring the lines and definitions of fine art traditions.

{SØNiK} presents a quarterly festival, {SØNiK}Fest, which celebrates the advancements and new works by individuals, collaborative and collective projects in sound, video, interactive media, and live performance. Selection is based on an open call format.

{SØNiK} highly encourages experimentation, creative dialogue, and thinking outside of the white box. The program seeks to engage and challenge the notions of sonic arts, new media, and interactivity.

For all inquires regarding {SØNiK} please email sonik@sonikfest.info
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OPPORTUNITY

CALL FOR WORKS for SPACE DEBRIS ART APRIL EXHIBITION


Deadline:
Sun Mar 30, 2014 00:00

Location:
Istanbul, Turkey

CALL FOR WORKS IN ALL MEDIUMS

Space Debris Art is looking for works in all mediums to be included in their next exhibition “In Exile” opening on April 12th, 2014 in Istanbul, Karakoy.
Submission deadline: March 30th , 2014
For contact: info@spacedebrisart.org

Space Debris is a newly opened New York based art space located in Karakoy, Istanbul. Karakoy is one oldest districts of Istanbul and has crucial standing with its central location and historic texture. It has become the central art district with the growing number of galleries and art museums in the area.

Space Debris aims to bring a fresh artistic nuance to the neighborhood, with its emphasis on experimental, new media works in contemporary art, working within the notion of an art collective.

The April exhibition “In Exile” will feature different artists from New York and Istanbul and we also hope to open up submission poll to those who are interested in this notion as we share this concept with the community.

“In Exile” will be a group show looking at the exile not only in the notion of that word in a political sense, but the of the exile in a state of mind, being and understanding. Separation as an emotion is one that we feel very early on in life. This exhibition will center around the ideas of separation of ourselves in our physical and spiritual location. By using objects that have a significant meaning to them, we will ask each contributing artist to attach a sound to the item. By culling from artists in New York City and Istanbul, Turkey, the items will be documented in their voyage and history from its origin to its arrival at Space Debris art space. This voyage will serve as material for a sound composition to be recreated as a sound installation and will be performed during the opening night. The narrative flow of the show will follow how we come to an understanding of where we are as people, what the notion of home means, and how our language may not have the adequate words to express where our feelings of being are in an exiled universe.

Specifications: The objects in question and pieces may be anything that carries and a place for the artist. Each piece must have an accompanying sound, either attached to the object or as an mp3, aiff, or wav on a CD. These objects will be played during the opening show.

Submission deadline: As for the sound objects, paintings, mixed-media, video works, and sound installations are also welcomed within the theme of exiles. Submissions are due March 30th..

Submission guidelines:

- Submissions are accepted via email, by sending the file or by linking to a website or an online audio/video account where the works can be viewed, if available.
To submit, send an email to info[at]spacedebrisart.org that includes the following information in the body:
- Your contact information (name, email address, phone number, website)
-The details of the work you are submitting (medium, length, title, date)
- Form of submission (video, mp3, etc.)
- A brief bio/artist statement
- A brief statement about the specific work you are submitting. State if the work has been previously exhibited, and if so, where.
- Links to online samples of your works, if available.
(- Showing samples of other works is highly encouraged, though not required.)
For any works that are unavailable online, please contact info[at]spacedebrisart.org with "Submission Inquiry" in the Subject line, for further instruction on submitting. For information about submitting works via the postal service, send an email with "Mail Submission" in the Subject line.
Selection process:

-Preliminary selection will be done through the emails received at (info[at]spacedebrisart.org] and the selected artists will be contacted regarding the details of submission once submitted.



OPPORTUNITY

{SØNiK}Fest


Deadline:
Mon Feb 06, 2012 00:00

Location:
Brooklyn, New York
United States of America

Looking for experimental work in all styles!!

OPEN CALL FOR {SØNiK}Fest

The next {SØNiK} event will take place on Saturday, February 25th.
{SØNiK} takes place over two nights, and submissions are open to all works in sound, new media, performance, and video. Please email sonik@sonikfest.info if you would like to submit your work.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES FOR WORKS:

- Submissions are accepted via email, by linking to a website or an online audio/video account where the works can be viewed, if available.

To submit, send an email to sonik@sonikfest.info that includes the following information in the body:

- Your contact information (name, email address, phone number, website)
-The details of the work you are submitting (medium, length, title, date)
- Form of submission (video, mp3, etc.)
- Technical needs
- A brief bio/artist statement
- A brief statement about the specific work you are submitting. State if the work has been previously exhibited, and if so, where.
- Links to online samples of your works, if available.

(-Showing samples of other works is highly encouraged, though not required.
-For performance works, supplemental still images are encouraged and a more detailed explanation of the project proposed is required.)

For any works that are unavailable online, please contact sonik@sonikfest.info, with "Submission Inquiry" in the Subject line, for further instructions on submitting.


EVENT

{SONiK}Fest + synthetic zero


Dates:
Sat Jul 03, 2010 00:00 - Fri Jul 02, 2010

July 2010: {S0NiK} Fest and Synthetic Zero Event at BronxArtSpace

{S0NiK} Fest and Synthetic Zero are putting on a joint event on Sat July 3, 7pm-10pm and Wed Jul 7 6pm-9pm at BronxArtSpace. The event will be free (donations accepted). The events will be part of the Bronx Culture Trolley. Note: the art exhibit will also be open Fridays and Saturdays 2-7pm from July 3rd to July 17th.

performance (curated by {S0NiK}):

Rebekkah Palov - "sci fi" - voice/text performance with video (Sat Jul 3)
David Schafer and MeKaniKdolls - audio/video/noise performance (Sat Jul 3)
The Shooting Star Experiment of Lights - ambient/experimental performance (Wed Jul 7)
N01SeKids - buzzing/cracking/noise performance (Wed Jul 7)

experimental film:

curated by {S0NiK}:

Carr Chadwick - "Unititled(retention)" - Mississippi
Albert Negredo - "SIPIS" - Barcelona, Spain
Joaquin Gasgonia Palencia - "Cancionero" - Vinzons, Philippines
Derek Larson - "Closed Media Systems"
Sally Grizzell Larson - "Axiom" - Philadelphia PA
Lemeh42 - "Inner Klange" - Bologna, Italy
Richard O'Sullivan - "Broken Windows" - UK
João Ricardo - "Pygar" - Portugal
Rui Filipe Antunes - "Sra. da Graça" - Portugal
Rebecca Gaffney - "..I won 'I want' forever!"

curated by synthetic zero:

Young Lee - "Letter to my Unborn Daughter" - Frankfurt Germany
Russell J. Chartier and Paul J. Botelo - "Confined 10-01-2" - West Haven CT
Susan Fang - "Divorce" - Philadelphia PA
Karen Y. Chan - "Hotel" - Astoria NY
Sarah Granett - "3 Point" - New Jersey
Jane Hsu - "She Spins Her Head Backwards Like an Owl" - New York NY
Derek Taylor - "Someone To Ride The River With" - New Haven CT

art:

curated by synthetic zero:

Ellen Fagan & Judson Wright - "Reverse Color Organ" - interactive sound painting
Emily Roberts-Negron - video installation and visual art
Yo Park - installation
Anne Humanfeld - paintings
Diana Rivera - photographs
Jonathan Neal - live portraits

curated by {S0NiK}:

Natalie McKeever - "Single String" - video installation
Richard Lainhart - Four Films from "No Other Time" - video installation
Rebecca Curry - "You Should Know This" - video installation
Nick Shifrin - sound installation
Jeff Thompson - "55-Minute Stairway to Heaven Solo" - sound installation
Mark Skwarek and Joseph Hocking - "the leak in your home town" - interactive iPhone app
Alan Bigelow - "What they said" - digital stories for web

BronxArtSpace started this year, in the same space that we used to call Synthetic Zero Art Space. This year, Linda Cunningham, Mitsu Hadeishi, and a group of artists, curators and arts organizations are collaborating to create a series of events, art shows, experimental film, performance, music, and readings.

If you'd like to suggest a future event, would like to curate a show or submit visual art, video, film, music or a performance, please email us at art@bronxartspace.com; if it's a video you'd like to submit to a Synthetic Zero event, you can send a DVD or Blu-Ray disc to:

Mitsu Hadeishi / BronxArtSpace
305 E 140th St #1A
Bronx, NY 10454
718 772-4961

Preferred formats for video are DVD (NTSC or PAL) or Blu-Ray disc.

DIRECTIONS:

The art space is at 305 E. 140th St., #1A, Bronx NY 10454.

We're about 20 minutes from Union Square. From Manhattan, 4-5 train to 125th, transfer to 6, one stop to 3rd Ave/138th St, it's 2 blocks from there. Note there are two exits at 3rd Ave/138th, one at Alexander Ave and one at 3rd Ave. Ring 3A if 1A does not answer.

Note: These events are made possible in part with public funds from the Bronx Council on the Arts through the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs Greater New York Arts Development Fund Regrants Program, Bronx Borough President Aldolfo Carrion and the Bronx delegation of the City Council.


OPPORTUNITY

{SØNiK}Fest


Deadline:
Fri Jun 25, 2010 00:00

Looking for experimental work in all styles!!

OPEN CALL FOR {SØNiK}Fest

The next {SØNiK} event will take place on Saturday July 3, 7pm-10pm, and Wednesday July 7, 6pm-9pm at BronxArtSpace.
{SØNiK} takes place over two nights, and submissions are open to all works in sound, new media, performance, and video. Please email sonik@sonikfest.info if you would like to submit your work, or see below for information on sending DVDs.*

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES FOR WORKS:

- Submissions are accepted via email, by linking to a website or an online audio/video account where the works can be viewed, if available.

To submit, send an email to sonik@sonikfest.info that includes the following information in the body:

- Your contact information (name, email address, phone number, website)
-The details of the work you are submitting (medium, length, title, date)
- Form of submission (video, mp3, etc.)
- Technical needs
- A brief bio/artist statement
- A brief statement about the specific work you are submitting. State if the work has been previously exhibited, and if so, where.
- Links to online samples of your works, if available.

(-Showing samples of other works is highly encouraged, though not required.
-For performance works, supplemental still images are encouraged and a more detailed explanation of the project proposed is required.)

For any works that are unavailable online, please contact sonik@sonikfest.info, with "Submission Inquiry" in the Subject line, for further instruction on submitting.

*Preferred formats for video are DVD (NTSC or PAL) or Blu-Ray disc
BronxArtSpace: 305 East 140th Street, Bronx NY 10454.