(call) Videokunst Förderpreis Bremen ( 2017-03-20 )

Städtische Galerie Bremen writes:

Call For Entries 2017

The annual Bremen Award for Video Art supports the realisation and
presentation of two video art projects. We welcome classical, linear,
audiovisual, installation concepts, as well as ideas that challenge
the boundaries of media art. Only as of yet unrealised projects are
eligible for funding.

Application deadline: 20/03/2017

Awards: 1st Prize: 5.000 EUR 2nd Prize: 1.500 EUR

The prize money shall be used for the realisation of the artistic
concept. The selected works will first be exhibited in Bremen. Towards
this means, the Filmbüro helps to organise an exhibition of the award
winning works in 2018. The exhibition traditionally takes place in one
of Bremen’s prestigious museums or galleries.

Video artists from all German-speaking countries, as well as those
from Bremen’s or Bremerhaven’s twin cities are invited to apply.
Students are welcome. The call is not age-restricted. The jury will
award at least one of the two prizes to an applicant from Bremen,
Bremerhaven or their twin cities (Besançon, Cherbourg, Dalian, Danzig,
Durban, Frederikshavn, Grimsby, Haifa, Izmir, Kaliningrad, Pori, Riga
and Szczecin). Applications must be submitted in German or English.
Each applicant may only submit one concept. The prizes will each year
be awarded by a different independent jury.

Deadline for applications: Monday, March 20th 2017 (without the
possibility of extension)

Please send your application only as a PDF file via e-mail. Summarise
your application in one e-mail. The attachment should not exceed 5 MB!

Submit the following:

the saved and completed application form including a synopsis (max. 3
sentences) and a link to one reference project on the internet
(youtube, vimeo, etc.; password-protected links are welcome). In
addition, one separate PDF file with: a detailed description of the
project (as text or annotated photo spread, sketch, animation, etc.)
budget plan list of equipment that will be needed for the exhibition
of your work (and – if applicable – an installation drawing) biography
and videography of the artist (summary) Note: We accept only one PDF
file per submission, please rename the file with your name, the file
size must not exceed 5MB If you have any problems completing the form,
please contact us at: vkp@filmbuero-bremen.de

Application form: http://wp12271514.server-he.de/2017/form.php

Organisation

Filmbüro – Jürgen Amthor Mail: vkp@filmbuero-bremen.de Telefon:
0421-7084892

Städtische Galerie Bremen Buntentorsteinweg 112 28201 Bremen T. +49
421 361 58 26 F. +49 421 361 57 45 staedtische-galerie@kunst.bremen.de
Städtische Galerie Bremen

Do-So 12-18 Uhr

Die nächste Ausstellung ab 19. Februar 2017:

  1. Bremer Förderpreis für Bildende Kunst 2016 – mit Anna Bart, Daniel Behrendt, Amina Brotz, Christiane Gruber, Tobias Heine, Emese Kazár,
    Effrosyni Kontogeorgou, Nora Olearius, Pio Rahner, Max Santo, Malte
    Stiehl, Linhan Yu

Preisverleihung und Eröffnung: Samstag, 18. Februar 2017, 19 Uhr

(talk) ::vtol:: ( 2017-01-23 18:30 )

Artist Talk by ::vtol::

::vtol:: is the alias of a Moscow-based media artist and musician Dmitry Morozov whose projects focus on technological art: robotics, sound art and science art. He also designs and creates experimental musical instruments and modular synthesizers. He regularly holds workshops and lectures on technological practices in art.

starting at 18:30h
Room 4.15.070, Speicher XI

(call) Predictive Art Bot

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Predictive Art Bot writes:

PREDICTIVE ART BOT 🔮 is presently offering production aids in order
to accelerate the physical dissemination of its deviant imaginary.
This process will lead to a series of exhibitions across different
countries, that becomes a hybrid laboratory for human/non-human
augmentation.

More info about each of their open calls at:

http://artbot.space/calls/

(also, check out the Predictive Art Bot project itself, quite nice :).