Call for Submissions: Artists’ Works for Urban Screens

Do Billboards Dream of Electric Screens? Volume 2

Trampoline is seeking submissions from artists working with moving image for exhibition as part of a touring programme for urban screens. The work can derive from generative art, digital animation, net art, performance for film, new media and short form, but must be presentable as a single channel video piece.

The programme is the second edition of Trampoline’s urban screens programme Do Billboards Dream of Electric Screens? which was produced in 2007 and has toured internationally since.
 
 
The new programme will premiere at Frequency Festival, Lincoln, UK  and then go on to tour internationally with exhibition partners in Europe, Australia, North- and South-America and beyond.
The exhibition will be presented as an international tour for public screens. We are looking for works that respond to and play with the architectural qualities of urban screens as media surfaces, their relationship with public space or the aesthetics of advertising.

 
Works must be Suitable for large, public screening
Effective without sound
Up to 60 seconds in length (exceptions will be considered if appropriate)
For more details and to download the submission materials visit:
http://bit.ly/r7bBdn

For more information contact Mathew Trivett: mattrivett@radiator-festival.org

 

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