We are accepting submissions for our inaugural exhibition exploring the notion of place. We are looking for projects that aren’t rooted in cartography or physical space, but interrogate space and time as a concept, venturing beyond the boundaries of a topographical entity.
Considering transience within the everyday or a specific point in time. The identity of a place, geographical boundaries, performative qualities of seemingly inanimate objects. How a space is inhabited and altered, distilled reality, blurring lines between history and the contemporary, photographs seen to have been tested by human experience.
Please provide a brief artist statement to go with your images - outlining anything that you think will help us appreciate your work. Alongside this please also include information on the medium, year, size and price of each work. Please ensure that all wall-mounted photographs are already equipped with mirror plates, or for alternative printing and mounting provide information in your submission. You can upload a maximum of 10 JPEGs from one single series of work. For good image quality and fast upload, your image files should be less than 2 MB each, and sized around 1500 pixels on the longest side at 72dpi. (These images are for review only)
Submissions are to be made via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘open call submission’. We look forward to seeing your work.
The work selected will be exhibited in early 2019 in a venue in Manchester, curated by our curation team.
Submission deadline: 14th December 2018 (midnight BST)
Notification of selection: by 21st December 2018
for any questions contact: email@example.com
Artists must also guarantee that by submitting the work they are of his, or her own origination, and that he or she holds all moral and intellectual property rights in that work.
Art work can be for sale.