Colleen Tully
Since 2002
Works in Boulder, Colorado United States of America

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I grew up in New Orleans, a city that sits at the mouth of the largest river system in North America. Consequently, it's a place shaped by flow, drainage, sedimentation and silt, but also by the overlapping histories of different communities, caught between current and tide. I'm most interested in the resonances created by the overlapping of images and references.

As the founder of Pixel Pops! I continue to savor my role as organizer of this uniquely organic series of traveling annual digital art exhibits. I currently work as a web developer and visual artist in Boulder, CO.
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CALL FOR ENTRIES PixelPops! 2009


Hi Millie,
Thanks for the question. Yes, we will be using PAL DVDs and with the standard 4.:3 screen aspect ratio. We will be using the smaller version on the website and the larger one to exhibit in the gallery.
Best,
Colleen

OPPORTUNITY

CALL FOR ENTRIES PixelPops! 2009


Deadline:
Sat Oct 31, 2009 00:00

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PixelPops! 2009 will be held in December in The Corridor, an exhibition space of BolteLang gallery (http://www.boltelang.com/home.html) in Zürich, Switzerland. This year’s curator is Aoife Rosenmeyer.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31 October 2009
Note: All submissions must be made using the online form at http://www.poppingpixels.org/Submit/

2009 THEME: WINDOW SHOPPING
The Corridor is a window space adjacent to BolteLang Gallery on Zürich’s main contemporary art street. The selected works will be shown on monitors situated inside the window, and viewed from outside. Preference will be given to artworks that relate to the theme and the viewing conditions. For example: works that reflect the aesthetics of desire and and the promise of what is unattainable (behind glass). Shop windows are orchestrated to attract customers and the exhibition screens will be windows within windows, once removed and therefore further away from viewers.

The window space will be visible during the gallery’s opening hours; during shorter days in December this will include at least an hour of dusk/darkness each day, during which the screens will be particularly prominent. Due to the location and likely cold weather, films must be silent (or still relevant if shown without sound) and shorter than 5 minutes in duration, though exceptions may be made.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: All submissions should be in the .MOV or .SWF formats. We will work with artists who have files in other formats as much as possible. All files will end up being converted into movies played on a DVD presented on screens in the gallery and looping from one to the next. Please remember to include your on-screen credits before of after your work.

FILE SIZE: 5MB MAXIMUM. Please send smaller versions of your files in the .MOV or .SWF formats. If work is accepted we may ask for a larger version to be sent via FTP or DVD.

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EVENT

CALL FOR ENTRIES PixelPops! 2009


Dates:
Sat Oct 31, 2009 00:00 - Wed Aug 12, 2009

Location:
Switzerland

image

PixelPops! 2009 will be held in December in The Corridor, an exhibition space of BolteLang gallery (http://www.boltelang.com/home.html) in Zürich, Switzerland. This year’s curator is Aoife Rosenmeyer.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31 October 2009
Note: All submissions must be made using the online form at http://www.poppingpixels.org/Submit/

2009 THEME: WINDOW SHOPPING
The Corridor is a window space adjacent to BolteLang Gallery on Zürich’s main contemporary art street. The selected works will be shown on monitors situated inside the window, and viewed from outside. Preference will be given to artworks that relate to the theme and the viewing conditions. For example: works that reflect the aesthetics of desire and and the promise of what is unattainable (behind glass). Shop windows are orchestrated to attract customers and the exhibition screens will be windows within windows, once removed and therefore further away from viewers.

The window space will be visible during the gallery’s opening hours; during shorter days in December this will include at least an hour of dusk/darkness each day, during which the screens will be particularly prominent. Due to the location and likely cold weather, films must be silent (or still relevant if shown without sound) and shorter than 5 minutes in duration, though exceptions may be made.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: All submissions should be in the .MOV or .SWF formats. We will work with artists who have files in other formats as much as possible. All files will end up being converted into movies played on a DVD presented on screens in the gallery and looping from one to the next. Please remember to include your on-screen credits before of after your work.

FILE SIZE: 5MB MAXIMUM. Please send smaller versions of your files in the .MOV or .SWF formats. If work is accepted we may ask for a larger version to be sent via FTP or DVD.

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OPPORTUNITY

Pixel Pops! V.5 2009 Curator Search


Deadline:
Wed Jul 15, 2009 00:00

Pixel Pops! V.5 2009 Curator Search
Deadline: July 15, 2009

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Pixel Pops! is looking for suitable candidates to serve as curator for the 2009 Pixel Pops! show (Fall 2009). PixelPops! is an ongoing, traveling series of annual digital art exhibits. The series is uniquely organic in that it changes with each year's new locale and the creativity each new curator brings to it. Year after year the online catalogue continues to grow and provides new resonances and global connections in artistic interpretation.

If you have the inclination and background to serve as curator please go to http://www.poppingpixels.org/Curator.asp to fill out the submission form and to learn more about the role of annual curator. This is a non-paid position.


OPPORTUNITY

Pixel Pops! V.5 2009 Curator Search


Deadline:
Wed Jul 15, 2009 00:00

Pixel Pops! V.5 2009 Curator Search
Deadline: July 15, 2009
Place: International

Pixel Pops! is looking for suitable candidates to serve as curator for the 2009 Pixel Pops! show (Fall 2009). PixelPops! is an ongoing, traveling series of annual digital art exhibits. The series is uniquely organic in that it changes with each year's new locale and the creativity each new curator brings to it. Year after year the online catalogue continues to grow and provides new resonances and global connections in artistic interpretation.

If you have the inclination and background to serve as curator please go to http://www.poppingpixels.org/Curator.asp to fill out the submission form and to learn more about the role of annual curator. This is a non-paid position.