visions in the nunnery is a showcasing opportunity for new and established artists who are pushing the elements of film, video and moving image practice. It is also an opportunity for audiences to engage with contemporary moving image work.
what we’re looking for:
New and compelling work; originally the work can have been created in any format (that is moving image, film or video based). The work selected will be either projected or be monitor based. We are also interested in performance works that relate to the moving image. Please submit no more than three works on DVD or DV tape, Pal format, a separate application form for each work and an up to date CV.
Deadline for application 16th March 2007 (by post only no hand delivery accepted)
If you do not hear from us by 10th April 2007, your application will have been unsuccessful.
If your work has its own special rig (for example 3 wall based monitors) you will be expected to supply all equipment and set up your work on the 17th May.
Please note that we have no extra equipment or technical support for performance based work.
- Be artists’ film, video / moving image (and could be performance related)
- Be of a contemporary nature and approach
- Be of good quality- interesting, compelling, and art form committed
- Be no more than two years old
- Be in DVD format or DV tape when submitted
showing of work:
Work, if selected by the selection panel, will be shown at visions in the nunnery on May 18th, 19th and 20th 2007. If your work is selected, you will be encouraged to attend the event, as discussion about the work is an integral part of it. A critical debate/discussion will take place on Sunday 20th May.
visions in the nunnery aims to develop opportunities for artists working in film, video and moving image, to show and critically discuss work; and create opportunities for audiences to gain greater understanding and enjoyment of contemporary art work.
visions in the nunnery may use submitted and accepted work as part of its publicity to increase visions in the nunnery’s and the artist’s profile for the event / future events. Please let us know if this is a concern; work will not be used unduly.
return of work: If you want your work to be returned to you, you must include with your submission a stamped addressed envelope suitable for the return of your work with the appropriate value of stamps on – Absolutely no returns will be made without this.
In your application include.
- Name of applicant:
- Contact number:
- Contact email:
- Website address:
- Running time:
- A brief description of the work. No more than 100 words:
- Please underline how the work should be shown:
- Monitor based work
(If performance use extra sheet to give extra information, include audience arrangement, what technical rig you will be setting up etc.)
Please send application to:
Visions in the nunnery
The Nunnery Gallery, The Bow Arts Trust, 183 Bow Road, London E3 5SJ, UK
Deadline 16 March 2007