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This Winter, between December and February, we are offering a limited number of people the opportunity to come to our Averill Park campus, to live and independently pursue their creative works. We recognize that after many months in isolation, people are in need of a change in context to connect to their creative endeavors. We call this program: Pilot Light, and it is an adapted version of our regular Residency program. The primary difference from our regular residency being the absence of programs, community events, communal dinners etc. Participating artists in this program will be offered private accommodation and studio space for a reduced price of $250 a week. During this time each person will be fully independent, yet co-exist in shared spaces. http://www.artslettersandnumbers.com/pilot-light-residency-program
The second wave of the ESC open call is here! While looking forward to a more and more digitalized world VVOVVA asks artists to ‘Create art as you would do in 10 years in the future’. The aim of the ESC challenge is to investigate the future and, in particular, the bond of nature and technology through art, as well as its relation to us as humans, how it forms our perception and views. For this escape edition, VVOVVA will select the most interesting works in collaboration with 1646’s team of curators, Clara Pallí Monguilod & Johan Gustavsson. 1646 is a project space for contemporary art. A dedicated space for experimental art practices and ideas, 1646 is a platform for new productions and presentations with special emphasis on encouraging artists to realize new projects on location. 1646.nl → ESC Wave #2030, AW is curated by: Clara Pallí Monguilod & Johan Gustavsson — 1646, VVOVVA. The submission period starts on October 28 and ends on January 20. The selected artists will be notified by email and published on the VVOVVA blog on February 1. More information & apply: https://vvovva.com/inspire/esc-1646-vvovva/
ADAPTATION, RETELLING: Walter Benjamin claimed that “story telling is always the art of repeating stories”. Stories repeated around the fire, passed on and amended through generations. Stories made into other stories, plays, poems, films. Adaptation as repetition or retelling; as translation or interpretation; as remaking for changed circumstances; as context shifting. Linda Hutcheon writes against negative conceptions of adaptation in A Theory of Adaptation. For her, adaptation is “repetition, but repetition without replication”, and “always involves both (re)interpretation and then (re)creation”. We invite submissions that consider ideas of adaptation for our Issue 8, Please submit via our email address firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Submission, [your name, work title]’ as the subject heading, and use WeTransfer for large files. If you have a question, include ‘QUERY’ in the subject heading. Include a brief description of the submission (no more than 100 words). Limits: 1000 words for text 40 lines for poetry 5 images (unless part of an image series with minimal text) Audio-visual submissions (including music and film) are recommended up to 4 minutes, but may be accepted up to 10 minutes.
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E T A J on WHEELS, a nomad art gallery, born through the outdoor extension of the physical space of E T A J artist-run space, based in Bucharest, invites artists around the world to exhibit in „KRAT3R” – a space marked by three square meters delimited by rock-walls in the crater of a volcano from Lanzarote, Conil town, Canare islands, Spain, having next coordinates: 28.973353, -13.662973. Those who will dare to respond to the challenge, are asked to document, post and tag „E T A J on wheels” (https://www.facebook.com/etajonwheels). KRAT3R is an intervention in the natural space of a volcano, conceived and made in order to generate further art manifestations in the spirit of land art. Artists around the world are invited to participate at E T A J on wheels project, an alternative space, a nomad gallery, exploring the endless possibilities from the outdoor environment, under the sky. We are looking forward with interest to see artists’ interventions* in the space of KRAT3R. Check the first event at KRAT3R here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/etajonwheels/photos/?tab=album&album_id=123509705815855 Other project-relevant links: https://www.etajartspace.com/ https://www.instagram.com/etaj_artistrunspace/ https://www.facebook.com/etajartistrunspace/ *Artists are expected to travel to the specified spot and are invited to make an art intervention in the outdoor location […]