[artinfo] [spectre] Fwd: Thailand New Media Art Festival 20-28
March 04, Bangkok
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From: "francis" <iceca at culturebase.org>
To: <iceca at culturebase.org>
Subject: Thailand New Media Art Festival 20-28 March 04, Bangkok
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 19:14:42 +0700
Thailand New Media Art Festival, Bangkok
- CALL FOR PROPOSALS -
Date: 20-28th March
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Main venue: Sinakarinwirot University (on multiple locations) and several
other locations downtown Bangkok.
1. Product of Artist is Art
2. New Media art [Unrestricted]
3. Kid proof media art
Deadline for submissions: 28 February 2004
ICECA Thailand, in collaboration with Sinakarinwirot University, Faculty of
Fine Arts, is organizing the second New Media Art Festival in Thailand. The
festival's exhibition is presented on the occasion of the renewal of
ICECA's activities in Thailand and its collaboration with SWU. A series of
a week long exhibition, workshops with visiting artists and film screenings
will open for the public from 20 28th March 2004. This year ICECA attempt
to install a special section for kids called ‘kids proof media art’ with
the attempt to bridge barriers of language and culture and being artistic,
communicative, interesting and appealing to a large range of audience.
Other sections of the festival welcome lectures, conceptual or abstract
media artworks too.
Works should contain, but are not limited to, digital works of the artist's
choice. Acceptable digital formats include:
-video/animation/movie: VHS, DV, VCD, mpeg, mov, avi, qt, swf, etc.
-audio: .mp3 .wav .mid .aiff , audio tape, audio cd, or any of the above
-executable PC or Mac (for software art)
-media files on CD-ROM (DVD not recommended due to compatibility issues but
-webpage (URLs or web pages on CD-ROM)
-image: .jpg .gif .png, pdf etc. (no max. dimensions)
-small/lightweight installation/ electronic sculpture etc.
VERY IMPORTANT: clearly mark any postal submission “NO COMMERCIAL VALUE /
Value $0.00” if you forget, import tax will be automatically assigned and
ICECA will not be able to retrieve your materials!
In preparing for this exhibition, please note that ICECA can provide only
equipment for exhibition of works, and is extremely limited on financial
assistance in case of special hardware required. Therefore the Festival
will generally only accept works which it can accommodate using available
equipment (PCs computers, video projectors, sound equipment, video/web
cameras, vcd/dvd/cdrom players, still cameras and alike.
One of our sponsors is providing international airway transportation for
selected works. In case your work/installation requires such transport
please mark clearly: “support in transport required” and include detailed
information about the cargo (detailed description, dimensions, value and
several images of the equipment being part of the work).
Many media installations require complex installation and custom hardware,
in case you wish to submit a work which requires special setup please mark
your proposal clearly and please include technical specs advance (in Thai
or English) together with videos of exhibited works. These videos will be
presented in lieu of the work itself in case the festival is unable to find
the financial/technical solution to present the work itself.
ICECA also requests your (the artist’s) permission, to include a copy of
the submitted work in ICECA’s Digital New Media Art Library (already
including nearly 100 international works from previous events).
Submissions will be reviewed by the advisory board of SWU Faculty of Fine
Arts with the help of volunteer art students. A final decision will be made
by artistic director of the Festival Francis Wittenberger. The Festival
reserve the right to reject works, yet a detailed note will be issues to
each artist both in case of acceptance or rejection.
We cordially invite you to participate in this second annual New Media Art
Festival in Thailand and contribute to the growing media art scene in
Thailand and South East Asia by submitting your works for this public
ICECA and SWU also invite you to contribute in our seminars and workshops
given free of charge to interested audience about forms of media art
reflecting the subject of your expertise and choice. Please keep in mind
that ICECA can provide invitation letters for ‘visiting artists’ but is
very limited in providing financial assistance. For the seminars the
Festival will provide ordinary equipment, such as light, video
player/recorder projector, PC, sound system, translating handouts and
occasionally help with accommodations. If your proposed workshop require
special purpose equipment, such as special computer interfaces, multiple
projectors or extra hardware that you are unable to bring with you from
your home country please describe these items in detail on your submission.
We will consider how to accommodate your needs.
Applications will only be accepted by E-mail, artists should submit their
applications first via e-mail using attached files in the formats suggested
above. After your submission is accepted we will provide you with a mailing
address for sending CDROMs, videotapes etc.
Please send your application together with any media files to
<mailto:iceca at culturebase.org>iceca at culturebase.org. Those accepted will be
notified by e-mail. Please fill in the
Deadline 20 February 2003.
* ICECA has moved its centre of activity to Thailand's Capital Bangkok
and has nothing to do with the pretentious "Supernatural Media Festival"
which is organized by those who forced ICECA to quit its non-profit
activity in the northern city Chiang-Mai. This therefore, and no other is
the only authentic call for proposals for “Thailand New Media Art Festival
2004 - Bangkok”
* a single e-mail attachment should not exceed 1 Mb;
With Best wishes for the New Year,
ICECA | Thailand New Media Art Festival - 2004
Thailand New Media Art Festival - CALL FOR PROPOSALS ONLINE
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