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Alice O'Reilly on Thu, 6 Nov 2008 21:16:38 +0100 (CET)


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<nettime-ann> tank.tv: 1st 2008/9 International Call for Submissions


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tank.tv 1st International Call for Submissions - Solo Shows on www.tank.tv

tank.tv is inviting submissions from artists who wish to be considered for two week solo exhibitions on www.tank.tv.


In 2009 tank.tv will be hosting an ambitious series of solo shows from established and emerging artists working with the moving image. We would like to allocate 3 of these shows to artists who respond to a series of three open calls for entries. You must have a body of work consisting of at least 10 moving image pieces that are ready for exhibition and which run no longer than ten minutes (although we are happy to consider excerpts from longer pieces). We will consider all forms of moving image work and welcome submissions from artists working at any stage of their careers, of all nationalities.

The first selected artist will have a two week online show early in 2009 and be part of our external events programme which will be toured to galleries and institutions internationally.

Deadline:  10th December 2008.

Please submit examples of work (accompanied by a submission form, downloadable from www.tank.tv) as Quicktime files or on mini DV to:
tank.tv
2nd Floor Princess House
50 - 60 Eastcastle Street
London
W1W 8EA
UK

If you have any questions about this opportunity then please get in touch with Alice O'Reilly, alice {AT} tank.tv.

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Alice O'Reilly
tank.tv
2nd Floor
Princess House
50 - 60 Eastcastle Street
London
W1W 8EA

alice {AT} tank.tv
T: +44 (0)207323 3475
F: +44 (0)207631 4280

http://www.tank.tv

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