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<nettime-ann> [call] Site Specific open call


IndexPage Competition

Site Specific - www.sitespecific.it
First Edition

Site Specific offers to all Digital Artist/Designer the opportunity to 
create the Index page of the website. The winning Artist will have a 
large space inside the "Extras" room of the website to introduce 
him/herself ,to be interviewed and to have some images dispalyed on; the

winning work will become the Index Page of Site Specific during all the 
Site Specific  {AT}  Web group exhibition (see the website for more details 
about the partecipating artists).

How to partecipate?
Partecipating Artists/Designers have to send to 
indexpage {AT} sitespecific.it :

B7 1 work in .jpg, .png, .bmp, .gif or in Html/Ascii language 
(animations, processings etc. included);

B7 a brief presentation of the work;

                    B7 an Artist's CV.

There are no limitations for the size (but remembrer that the most 
common screen-size is 1024x768 pixels).
No fee is requested for the partecipation to the first "Index Page 
Works will be valued by a jury of critics and curators expert in new 
media and net art. The jury is composed by:

Tatiana Bazzichelli, hacktivism and new media art expert and founder of 
the AHA: Activism-Hacking-Artivism project.

Mauro Ceolin, multimedia artist and painter.

Corrado Mora, founder and artistic director of the Site Specific 

Domenico Quaranta, curator and art (expecially new medias art) critic.

Valentina Tanni, art critic, curator, professor, content manager 
interested particularly in the link between art and new technologies and

in the phenomenon of contamination between languages.

The deadline is March, the 10th, 2006.

For more informations contact Site Specific's 
headquarter(info {AT} sitespecific.it).

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