Call for Artists: ART/TECH: Interface

In December 2013, ARC will present “ART/TECH: Interface”

Interface: [n. in-ter-feys; v. in-ter-feys] 1. A common boundary or interconnection between systems, equipment, concepts, or human beings.

The relevance of technology to our culture is undeniable.  It has altered and adjusted the way we interact, receive, interpret and share information.  Has this changed our perceptions of what art is?

This juried exhibition invites artists to submit work that investigates, discusses, or is influenced by these issues.  For example, submitted work can:

· Address the issue of cultural impact as a concept

· Use technology as a medium for a creative concept

· Be directly informed by technology though might not necessarily use technology within the artwork itself or as a sole means of expression.

· Focus on how technology has altered artists’ perception of their vision and work

All media will be considered. Please read the sections on Submission Requirements / How to Submit Work, and Acceptance Requirements before beginning submission process.

JUROR: 

Jan Tichy is a contemporary artist and educator working with video, sculpture, architecture, and photography. Born in Prague in 1974, Tichy studied art in Israel before earning his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he is now Adjunct Professor at the Department of Art and Technology Studies. He is represented by Richard Gray Gallery.

CALENDAR:

Deadline for Submission of Applications: October 4, 2013

Notification of Acceptance: Will go out by email October 31st and November 1st, 2013

ELIGIBILITY:

All media will be considered. Show is open to all artists, nationwide and international

PROSPECTUS LINK:

www.arcgallery.org/news-events.aspx

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