[artinfo] Kunsthal Charlottenborg - Call for applications: Spring Exhibition 2010, Copenhagen
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e-artnow presents: Kunsthal Charlottenborg - Call for applications: Spring Exhibition 2010, CopenhagenSpring Exhibition 2010, Copenhagen
1051 Copenhagen K
Phone: +45 33369047
Fax: +45 33142570
Contact: Maria LaBelle
marila at kunsthalcharlottenborg.dk
Spring Exhibition 2010
13 March - 9 May
Opening: 11 March, 8-11 pm
THE SPRING EXHIBITION AT CHARLOTTENBORG IS RE-ARMING
A new vision featuring measures over a three-year period is to ensure the Spring Exhibition a position as the most important adjudicated open art exhibition in northern Europe by 2014. In 2010, the Spring Exhibition is taking the first two important steps towards realising this objective:
• A new, permanent model for the work of the jury and a newly established Jury's Award are to ensure a higher quality in the submitted works of art.
• A new section of the Spring Exhibition in 2010: 24/7 – art created for an online exhibition space, to be presented in cooperation with DR.
You can apply with up to 5 contributions in the categories: painting, sculpture, installation, graphic art, architecture, design, photography, video, film, performance, animation, sound art, net.art, software art, visual poetry (mixed forms of text and image). There is a time-limit of 5 minutes for video, film, animation and other time-based works.
A permanent model for the Nordic composition of the jury and its work
A new jury structure, with international capacities, the establishment of a Jury's Award, tougher adjudicating, and a broader Nordic focus. A new feature is also the limit being placed on the number of accepted works:
• 125 works are selected for Spring Exhibition 2010
• 10 works are recommended for the Jury's Award
• 1 work is given the Jury's Award at the opening ceremony of Spring Exhibition 2010
The jury of Spring Exhibition 2010 and 24/7:
Carl Michael von Hausswolff (SE), president of the jury, artist and curator
Cecilia Gelin (SE), curator
Johan Holten (DK) , director, Kunstverein Heidelberg
Børre Sæthre (NO), artist
Salla Tykkä (FIN), photographer and videoartist
The Jury's Award in brief
A new feature is that the jury will have the task of recommending ten works for the Jury's Award, and of selecting a winner among them. The award is a recognition of supreme artistic quality and present-day relevance at the exhibition. The award also includes a sum of money and a statement by the jury. The winner of the Jury's Award will be announced at the private-viewing evening and it will be handed over by the jury president.
New measures: 24/7 – art created for an online exhibition space
24/7 is part of Spring Exhibition 2010 and will be presented in cooperation with DR. The online exhibition forum will be accessible via the DR media platform and be shown at www.dr.dk/24/7.
The aim of the special exhibition is to show art in its most recent forms in a present-day exhibition space. The same jury adjudicates Spring Exhibition 2010 and 24/7. The accepted works for 24/7 can also be recommended by the jury for the Jury's Award. 24/7 will also be accessible at Kunsthal Charlottenborg during Spring Exhibition 2010.
A maximum of 50 works will be accepted for the special exhibition 24/7, where format and content are conceived for an online exhibition space and can be experienced on any computer with Internet access, round the clock.
Genres at 24/7:
• Sound art
• Net. art
• Software art
• Visual poetry (hybrids between visual art and text).
Applicants to Spring Exhibition 2010 will be able to apply both to the Spring Exhibition at Kunsthal Charlottenborg and to the special exhibition 24/7 – art created for an online exhibition space. But for each contribution applicants must define for which exhibition forum they are applying. Our ambition is to attain a conscious, relevant relation to the potential of new media.
The Spring Exhibition is an adjudicated open exhibition that anyone, who is 18 years or older may apply for. Individuals as well as groups are welcome to apply.
What does it cost?
The application fee is DKK 500, which is paid online as the first stage of the application process. Your application cannot be made and approved unless this payment has previously been carried out. The following means of payment can be used: Dankort, MasterCard, Maestro, Visa, Visa Electron. You will receive a receipt by e-mail.
Your application is approved on payment, after which you can upload your contribution(s) and re-edit until the deadline on 21 January 2010.
Spring Exhibition 2010 and 24/7, 13 March – 9 May 2010. Opening Thursday 11 March, 8-11 pm.
For further information please contact:
Telephone: +45 3311 1191
E-mail: info at charlottenborg-fonden.dk
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