International Net Art Competition
Deadline: March 31, 2005
New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. is pleased to announce that with the support of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, 5 net art projects will be commissioned for the Turbulence web site in a juried international (open to everyone) competition.
Each commission will be $5,000 (US).
AVENUES OF INVESTIGATION: Projects that experiment with new forms of interdisciplinary collaboration and creativity and engage the user as an active participant. Collaborations may be between visual artists, sound artists, programmers, scientists, and others. Proposed works may include the use of wireless devices such as cell phones and palm pilots to access and add to the experience of the net art work. Note: while collaborative projects are preferred they are not a requirement.
name, email address, country, and web site URL
(if you have one).
A description of the project's core concept (500 words maximum).
Details of how the project will be realized, including what software/programming will be used. Please answer all of these questions. Specs for the Turbulence server are available here. You may request additional software but we cannot guarantee it.
Names of collaborators, their areas of expertise, and their specific roles in the project.
A project budget, including other funding sources for this project.
Your résumé/CV and one for each of your collaborators.
Up to five examples of prior work accessible on the web.
PROCESS: Email your proposal URL to turbulence with the following in the subject field: Comp_05 Proposal.
Deadline: March 31st, 2005.
Notification: Winners will be contacted after May
Wayne Ashley is an independent new media creator,
curator, and consultant. Presently, he holds the position of Curator
of New Media & Public Programs at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
(LMCC) where he commissions work and organizes public programming around
art and technology issues. He orchestrated LMCCs Future of War
Conference in collaboration with The New School, and is currently spearheading
Downtown Digital Futures, a multi-year program that brings together
media events, conferences, performances, a think tank and web portal,
to critically explore and demonstrate the role of information technology
(IT) and interactive media in re-imagining the future of Lower Manhattan.
From 1999 to 2001, Ashley was the first Manager of New Media at BAM
(Brooklyn Academy of Music), one of America's foremost presenters of
contemporary music, opera, theater, dance and film from around the world.
Digital Futures The
Future of War Under_score:
Net art, Sound, and Essays from
and After Geography LMCC
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