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Wed, 13 Mar 2002 08:17:11 +0100 (MET DST)


onedotzero6: digital moving image festival: call for submissions
may 17 - 26 2002 Institute of Contemporary Art [ICA], London, UK
adventures in moving image

Approaching it's sixth annual edition, the acclaimed onedotzero festival has gained a reputation for pushing the boundaries of digital cinema and moving image. From the most stylish motion graphics to the edgiest pop promos, the coolest Japanese visuals alongside the most visceral computer graphics and new wave of digital feature films onedotzero continues to explore groundbreaking programming.

We are looking for original moving image work for onedotzero6 and network of global events and showcases for the following programmes:

wavelength: Edgy, controversial work from the most adventurous promo and commercials directors around. Particuarly including director's cuts,'lost' promos,and previously unseen work.

wow + flutter: The best innovative and contemporary motion graphics and digital effects from the worlds of graphic design to new media. We are particularly interested in graphic-led short films that play and subvert forms of storytelling.

j-star: Japanese-based work from a diverse range of disciplines such as anime, motion graphics, promo's and animation. Emphasis is on wild Asian visions rarely seen in the West.

lens flare: Full motion video [FMV] and pre-rendered movie
sequences from computer gaming.

onedotzero has an open submissions call policy for all programmes. Send your digitally innovative work with your sub form for festival consideration to:

onedotzero6 submissions, curtain house, 134-146 curtain rd, london, ec2a 3ar
Material will only be considered if accompanied by completed submissions form. Please mail only to above address.

Send VHS/CD-rom/DVD for initial selection.
Final delivery of selected work should be on Beta SP PAL.
Final submission deadline March 15, 2002

For further information please email:info@onedotzero.com


   Call for proposals

   Times Up calls for proposals for the <TransCodecExpress> event
in Linz in June 2002, as part of the 2002 LinzFest, "Ost-West"
The event will consist of an evening of performances / public
experiments followed by an evening of presentations and discussions.
Groups with innovative uses and misuses of
network collaboration, streaming and manipulation tools are invited
to propose projects. It is envisaged that performances will
take place entirely online or with groups split between
Linz and one or more remote locations. It is envisaged that
performances will be more along the line of public experiments,
which may be short and repeated throughout the evening.

   Parallel to and intermingled with the event evening, we
will be running a Net.Loop along the lines of those undertaken
for Transient and other events (http://www.timesup.org/closing).
Individuals or groups willing and able to partake in this structure
are invited to get in contact.

   It is envisaged that the groups and individuals will make
some kind of presentation on the following night outlining the
nature of their work / experiment, along the "peer-review"
ideas used at dorkbot.org, a meeting series for "people
doing strange things with electricity." It is not necessary
that all experiments are "successful," whatever that means,
please see http://www.timesup.org/CTL/pseudo.html for our thoughts
on the matter.

   Please contact us on tce@timesup.org as soon as possible
with proposals, plans and possibilities.

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The Digitalis Digital Art Society and the Evergreen Cultural Centre announce DIGITALIS 2: THE SPIRITUAL IN DIGITAL ART, a group exhibition of digital print, object, interactivity, music and performance. The exhibition will run from February 23 - March 29, 2003. Please submit a maximum of 3 low resolution JPEG or GIF files as well as a bio, artist statement and proposal to electric@telus.net by June 1, 2002.

The Evergreen Cultural Centre http://www.evergreenculturalcentre.ca is located in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada, near Vancouver (3 hours north of Seattle.) Proposed work can be in the form of print, objects such as stereo lithography output, interactive CD/DVD-ROM and Web works, and computer aided music and performance. Shipping to the gallery will be the responsibility of the artist. The gallery will pay return shipping costs. For more information please contact James K-M, DIGITALIS curator, at electric@telus.net.

DIGITALIS 1: A GROUP EXHIBITION OF DIGITAL PRINT took place in December 2001. For an overview please see http://www.undergroundart.120seconds.com/

(This is not a 'new age' exhibition per se, but is inspired by the 1987 exhibition The Spiritual in Art: Abstract Painting 1890 - 1985 which included Rothko, Hilma af Klint, Kandinsky, O'Keefe, Beuys, Taeuber-Arp and many others.)

Call for submissions: 
Performance and time based practice live web cast.
Saturday May 18th 2002
Time Based Practice.
University of Wales Institute, Cardiff.

The Time Based Practice dept of UWIC has recently set up audio and video web casting facilities as part of a research post. We are currently inviting submissions of work to be shown as part of the live web cast, to be screened along side work by students and staff from the Time Based Department. Submitted work should have an emphasis on live time based activity (performance, sonic, video, net.art and interdisciplinary practice) and we are particularly interested in work specifically designed for Internet broadcast.

The show will be broadcast live from 12 noon to midnight. Although we are unable to offer financial support or artists fees, this represents a unique opportunity to showcase work to an international audience.

The work will be performed and broadcast from the Space Workshop, the Time Based Studio area, sited at the Howard Gardens campus of UWIC. For full details,  application form and submission guidelines, please see our website:


or send SAE to:

Time Based Practice
Cardiff School of Art and Design.
University of Wales Institute,
Howard Gardens,
Cardiff. CF24 0PS.

email: timebased@uwic.ac.uk
closing date for submissions 22 March 2002


Within "4th International Multimedial Art Festival" (IMAF 2002), due to be held at the beginning of Autumn this year, organized by Multimedial Art Studio and MAS Gallery from Odzaci - Yugoslavia, international exhibition titled "PERFORMANCE ART TODAY"  is going to be held. Curator of this exhibition is Nenad Bogdanovic. This exhibition has the objective to show all relevant events in the world along with their authors, dealing with art form of performance. All performers are invited to send their documentation (photos, scetches, plans, VHS - Pal videos, CD roms or other) of the performances made during last couple of years, which represent their work in the best way possible (all contribution shall be considered a gift to Contemporary Art Fund of Multimedial Art Studio organization). Deadline for this is May 31, 2002. Also, all artists must send short biography ( 5 - 10 lines), postal and E-mail address. Catalogue published for this exhibition shall be sent to all participan!
ts. All materials must be sent to:
Nenad Bogdanovic
S.Markovica 41, P.O.Box 2525O Odzaci


Deadline: May 1, 2002
Artists who work in printmaking, book, digital, sound and video arts 2002 Kala Art Institute Fellowship Awards
Kala Art Institute 

Five to eight winners each receive $2000. cash award, six month residency and group exhibition at Kala Art Institute. will be judged on creativity and artistic excellence. No entry fee. Housing not included. 

Application deadline is May 1, 2002. Send SASE to Kala Art Institute, 1060 Heinz Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94710 or see http://www.kala.org