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Call for public space art proposals

Intervention of critical intervention and social interaction in the public space.
Idensity is a program that calls for projects, promotes interventions and proposes debates. Communal space, interaction, identity, communication, confrontation, participation and conflict are elements which, linked to social and cultural factors of a specific place, become activating tools for projecting and intervening in the public space from the field of creation.


PROVFLUX - Call for submissions

The Providence Initiative for Psychogeographic Studies (PIPS) (www.pipsworks.com) is looking for experimental projects in contemporary urban exploration and public art. The Provflux hopes to attract a wide range of artists, thinkers, and explorers for a weekend of interventions and entertainment.



Second Beijing International New Media Arts Exhibition and Symposium

With the resounding success of the First Beijing International New
Media Arts Exhibition and Symposium in May of 2004, 2005 sees another stellar gathering of the international new media art community in Beijing. Under the auspices of Millennium Dialogue, and hosted by Tsinghua University, China’s leading educational and research university, co-presented by ZKM, Center for Art and Media Technology of Germany and V2_ Institute for Unstable Media of the Netherlands, in collaboration with Ars Electronica Center of Austria, NOVAMEDIA of Australia, NTT InterCommunication Center of Japan, Canada’s Banff, Medi@austria from Austria and New York Institute of Technology of the United States, the Second Beijing International New Media Arts
Exhibition and Symposium takes to the Chinese capital a highly charged new media art exhibition revolving on the central theme – IN THE LINE OF FLIGHT.



Manifesta at Home

The International Foundation Manifesta announced the opening of e-flux video rental this Friday, March 25, 2005, 6 pm at the Manifesta at Home – its base in Amsterdam. This project will be on view through September, 2005, and is part of the Manifesta at Home ongoing program of lectures, screenings and projects based on and developed by the international network of artists, curators and other art professionals related to Manifesta. The archives of Manifesta are located at the Manifesta at Home space and are accessible to the public. International Foundation Manifesta is the initiator and co-producer of the Manifesta Biennial and is based in Amsterdam.



Madrid Abierto - Call for artists

MADRID ABIERTO is a project framed within so-called Public Art i.e. interventions and performances derived from an artistic concept and developed preferably in a public and open context. Interacting with social and political processes, these works are aimed at the active or passive protagonists of such processes, i.e. all those people who, directly or indirectly, regularly or occasionally, live together in a specific physical, communicative, social and symbolic space, in this case, the City of Madrid. After the last two editions great success, the new project competition of artistic installations for Madrid Abierto 2006 is now underway.


Invideo - Call for entries

The next exhibition of INVIDEO, organized by A.I.A.C.E., will take place at Spazio Oberdan in Milan (Italy), Viale Vittorio Veneto 2, from 9th to 13th November 2005.


Born Digital Competition

The Institute for the Future of the Book announced their first in a series of competitions that will address the conceptual, compositional, and structural issues of digital expression. They are seeking innovative ideas that demonstrate the potential of a born digital artifact.


 
 
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