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Screengrab

http://www.neme.org/blog/screengrab

“The Network will be visualised”

The Synopsis :

Increasingly we live in a world which is marked by boundaries and difference. Our actions are categorised and labelled for reference, sign posting and evaluation. The Network breathes and crackles between these spaces, it makes the virtual tangible.

The Network overcomes these boundaries by supporting difference, tolerance and equity between individuals, machines and their actions. The Network is a production tool for artisans, a calibrating tool for media communicators and an ecological template for our continued survival and reinvention. It is as much a social mechanism as it is a cultural barometer for these plugged in data intensive times.

The Call Out

SCREENGRAB is now entering its second year with an international call out for the AUS$2000 New Media Arts Prize and the companion exhibition in October for short listed applicants. We invite digital practitioners working in screen based media to submit works on the theme of THE NETWORK.

All forms of screen based media are encouraged including multi-channel video, digital illustration, audio sculpture, photography, generative media, 2D & 3D animation.

Existing worx and those specifically designed for the award must address the theme of THE NETWORK to be eligible for the New Media Arts award.

  • Prize Money: AUS $2000
  • All Inquiries : screengrab@jcu.edu.au / +61 74781 3142

“Time sneaks up on you like a windshield on a bug.” (John Lithgow)

This project is sponsored by James Cook University’s School of Creative Arts and the eMerge Media Space, Townsville Australia.

http://www.jcu.edu.au/soca/screengrab/

 
 
 
 
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