Ronald Huynen
Since 2009
Works in Amsterdam Netherlands

BIO
Play the Panorama is an collaborative project that started in 2008 in Siberia, Russia. It is initiated by the Dutch artist Ronald Huynen.
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OPPORTUNITY

Call for Artists working in the field of drawing


Deadline:
Mon Feb 11, 2013 00:00

‘Play the Panorama’ is a series of endless traveling panorama drawings.

A special panorama drawing instrument is used by various artists world wide to continue to draw a moving landscape. Artists are called upon to contribute their interpretation of the world that surrounds them. Moreover they are asked to interact with the contributions made by previous artists. When an artist completes his or her drawing, the instrument and the panorama is passed to a next ‘player’ who is geographically nearby and whose work is somehow artistically related to that of the previous participant. This next person will continue the former drawing, blending the new landscape into one continuous panorama.

Play the Panorama is about sharing a constantly traveling and infinitely expanding horizon. There is no grant or award to be given away. This is a game played not for winning but for the enjoyment of continuing the play. Depending on the quality and the length of the different panoramas, a book publication and several exhibitions are realistic. On the website Panographia.com an up to date presentation of the developing panoramas will be shown.

We are especially looking for artists that want to contribute to one of the running panoramas in Berlin, London, Naples, New York City or Dubai.


OPPORTUNITY

Last week: Call for artists to start a drawn 'relay travelogue'


Deadline:
Wed Jul 01, 2009 00:00

[B]Last week for entries:[/B]
[B]International call for artists to start a drawn ‘relay travelogue'[/B]
Play the Panorama - Panographia.com

Play the Panorama is an endless traveling panorama drawing. This is an open call for artists all over the world to begin a ‘relay travelogue’.

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Participants who use this special panorama drawing instrument continue to draw a moving landscape. Artists are called upon to contribute their interpretation of the world that surrounds them. When the artist completes his/her drawing, the instrument and the panorama must be passed to a next participant who is geographically nearby and whose work is somehow artistically related to that of the previous participant. This next person will continue the former drawing, blending the new landscape into one continuous panorama.

Five special panorama drawing instruments will be given to five artists. The artists will be selected based on their:

[list]
[*]Unique artistic perspective on this project
[*]Interesting geographic or cultural position
[*]Personal motivation
[/list]

There is no grant or award to be given away. This is a game played not for winning but for the enjoyment of continuing the play. Depending on the quality and the length of the different travelogues a book publication and several exhibitions are realistic. On the website Panographia.com an up to date presentation of the developing panoramas will be shown.

Play the Panorama is about sharing a constantly traveling and infinitely expanding horizon. To develop an astonishing story we cannot finish.

Deadline: July 1, 2009

Follow this link to learn more about participating:
http://www.panographia.com/ptp-info-en.html


OPPORTUNITY

Open call for artists to start a drawn ‘relay travelogue’


Deadline:
Wed Jul 01, 2009 00:00

Open call for artists to start a drawn ‘relay travelogue'
Play the Panorama - Panographia.com

[I]Play the Panorama[/I] is an endless traveling panorama drawing. This is an open call for artists all over the world to begin a ‘relay travelogue’.

image

Participants who use this special panorama drawing instrument continue to draw a moving landscape. Artists are called upon to contribute their interpretation of the world that surrounds them. When the artist completes his/her drawing, the instrument and the panorama must be passed to a next participant who is geographically nearby and whose work is somehow artistically related to that of the previous participant. This next person will continue the former drawing, blending the new landscape into one continuous panorama.

Five special panorama drawing instruments will be given to five artists. The artists will be selected based on their:
-Unique artistic perspective on this project
-Interesting geographic or cultural position
-Personal motivation

There is no grant or award to be given away. This is a game played not for winning but for the enjoyment of continuing the play. Depending on the quality and the length of the different travelogues a book publication and several exhibitions are realistic. On the website Panographia.com an up to date presentation of the developing panoramas will be shown.

Play the Panorama is about sharing a constantly traveling and infinitely expanding horizon. To develop an astonishing story we cannot finish.

Click here to learn more about participating.