VoxBox: Remediating Sound

voxbox.jpgInNoPO (In No Particular Order) Call For Trans-disciplinary art project: VoxBox: Remediating Sound :: Deadline: January 16, 2009.

We are looking for a selection of artists working in different disciplines. We do not have any restrictions on art form, but to give an example (in no particular order) works can range from digital technologies such as physical computing and electronics, software computing, robotics, net art, mobile computing, video to traditional media such as sculpture, performance, paint, photography, etc. We shall provide a single audio source and you will participate in making new work in response to this sound, using your chosen medium for public exhibition.

The VoxBox (one audio input, infinite cultural output) project opens up questions of experience, perception and remediation. We aim to bring together a selection of artists from a wide range of disciplines to remediate a single source material, and to place their results alongside one another in an exhibition. For selected artists, the final artwork will be included in the larger group exhibition held in Spring 2009 in Plymouth, UK (venue tbc). An initial briefing session in early February will kick off the project, with the final artworks to be submitted on or before 15-Mar-2009. We provide exhibition venue, publicity, technical equipment for exhibition, and documentation.

Application Deadline: 16 January 2009
Announcement of selected artists: 26 January 2009

Initial briefing session: 2 February 2009
Deadline for production of final work: 15 March 2009

To apply, please email voxboxart [at] providing the following information:

*No restrictions on group/individual entries

Full name, Contact details, Email, phone number, address.

URL / pdf of your portfolio

CV: 2 pages maximum

Statement: Description of interests and working practice. Please indicate which media and/or technology you might use to address this project brief. — 800 words maximum

Maximum attachment size — 7MB

We encourage applicants to explore original concepts, alternative points of view and demonstrate their capacity and commitment to bring the project to successful completion.

Info & contact: voxboxart [at]

InNoPO (In No Particular Order) is a new international curatorial partnership made up of Winnie Soon (Hong Kong), David G. Johns (UK) and Danai-Maria Katsanta (Greece). We are dedicated to the research, development and production of high quality artworks from new, emerging and established practitioners across a range of disciplines. We aim to bring together artists who contrast in philosophy and practice, and yet complement one another in their difference. We see artistic conflict and synthesis as a reflexive process that informs (and re-informs) the writing and reading of cultural texts.

The heart of InNoPO is diversity. We seek artists to form residencies, exhibitions and discussions, which challenge ideas, make statements, and take part in the perpetual cycle of cultural production. The only thing we specify is that artists are led by their own perceptual framework. Art, regardless of discipline, facilitates the growth of diversity in culture — through perceiving it, interpreting it, producing it. Our relationship with art takes influence from, shapes and evolves culture. InNoPO brings this relationship to the fore, slaps it about the chops a bit, and gives us all a little more to think about.

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