Call for virtual exhibition: "Art in the time of Coronavirus"
Invent, create and your work will be exhibited virtually in the API museum!
The Association for Industrial Heritage (API) based in Geneva, is continually honoring the human intelligence carried in the field of industry and artistic practices in its museum and workshop space. The impossibility of opening his doors for an uncertain period of time have given rise to an open call for a virtual exhibition in where you are invited to participate.
3D production : Olivier Journeau, creative director
Theme: In this period of confinement we are forced to bring out new artistic expressions and new languages. What form does your creativity take during your confined daily life?
Who can participate: All artists over 18 years of age ,only one project (original work) per participant.
Entry fee: None
Mediums: • Photography, 1-2 images, max 1000kb • video, no longer than 3 minutes in AVI or MP4 • texts • draws
The API commits to mention the names of the authors and information related to the selected works. The participation implies full and whole acceptance of these rules, codes of ethics currently in force on the Internet, as well as the laws, regulations applicable in Switzerland.
Free access to the exhibition and copyright-free works.
To submit an application you should send your work and fill up the registration form https://www.patrimoineindustriel.ch/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/formulaire-candidature-1.pdf
To: • Photography and video: Eleonora Pimponi, firstname.lastname@example.org by WeTransfer • Texts: Cynthia Cochet, writer, email@example.com • Draws: Franck NA, firstname.lastname@example.org
The jury : Eleonora Pimponi, art historian , Cynthia Cochet, writer, Franck NA.
Accepted artists will be notified via their provided email.
The organizers do not have any responsibility in case of a complaint or dispute relating in particular to the conformity and / or the quality of the projects. The organizers will be the only recipients of the information indicated by the participants. The contact details of the participants will be processed in accordance with the applicable data protection rules.
No later than April 10, 2020.
The exhibition will be shown online on the API website at the end of April 2020. If the confinement period is extended, the works presented in the virtual exhibition are subject to change.
Deadline: Saturday 2 January 2021 at 23:00h
Deadline: Sunday 28 July 2019 at 12:00h
Type: offering / offering
Deadline: Saturday 1 August 2020 at 18:02h
Deadline: Wednesday 10 June 2020 at 00:00h