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|<nettime-ann> Call for Student Work|
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Call for Works (student)
"How I View Everything"
Northern Illinois University
November 15, 2007
The Northern Illinois University Time Arts Department is hosting a video/new media art exhibition, "How I View Everything (H.I.V.E)". Work for the festival could include video, animation, audio, and pre-recorded performance pieces. Anything that can be screened for the one-day festival at Northern Illinois University.
H.I.V.E is a student-run and juried festival hosting work from other students.
In which direction do you feel the world is heading? Are we surrounded by entropy and decay, or freedoms creativity and activism? In short, how do you view the world around you? .....
How I View Everything (H.I.V.E) is a digital art festival themed around how artists view the world, past present or future and externalize their experiences.
Themes/topics could be based upon the following:
Utopia/Dystopia and decay
Advertising and commercialization
Freedom and activism
o Guerilla Video, 'from-the-hip' shooting, reactive video
We are looking for art to be submitted on DVD, CD or mini-DV to be shown on a projector. Submissions must be no longer than Ten (10) minutes in length and must follow one of the themes. Please label all entries with your name, school/university/college, and title of the work. Compressed works can be uploaded via FTP. To obtain a login please contact email@example.com
>>>>>>>>>> Entry rules
A maximum of three works per author can be submitted on VHS or DVD with the production year of 2004, 2005 or 2006.
Material posted from outside of the USA must be marked with the comment: "For temporary, cultural purposes only - No commercial value."
The entry implies the acceptance of the regulations of the NIU TImeArts H.I.V.E festival.
Each work must reflect both a sense of personal enquiry and a high level of experimentation with the medium. The programming committee's decision is final..
Postmarked Deadline for entries is Thursday, October 25, 2007.
All entrants chosen will be notified by Thursday, November 1, 2007.
Please send all mail submissions to:
Professor Michael Salmond, Art 319
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115. USA
Or visit the website:
If you have any questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions cannot be returned.
Please use separate entry forms for each title/work. Do include a synopsis for each title. Please fill in the form completely, either type written or in CAPITAL/UPPERCASE letters.
We invite you to send your works in the areas of, video, DVD, CD-ROM. Please use separate entry forms for each title/work..
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