[NetBehaviour] Call for participants, commissioned artworks/art writings/essays for book on Repetition

list|marianne holm hansen list at criticalm.org
Thu Feb 3 14:25:18 CET 2011


Hope this will be of interest to some of you -  Practice, theory, life all
equally welcome.
Best wishes
Marianne

(apologies for potential multiple postings ­ server collapsed half-way
through!)



-----
Call for participants, commissioned artworks/art writings/essays for book on
Repetition
DEADLINE 15 MARCH 2011


100 THINGS NOT WORTH REPEATING - THE SURVEY will produce a publication of
survey responses contextualised by commissioned essays, art writings and art
work. 
As a result, it is now calling for:


Participants
If you wish to participate, with the possibility for having your response
included in the publication, simply enter a thing [act or action] that is
not worth repeating to the survey here:
http://www.criticalm.org/repetition/survey.php
There is no fee to submit, you can submit more than once, and you can elect
to remain anonymous.
 

Artwork/Art Writing/Essay Commissions
The publication is seeking to commission up to six art works/art
writings/essays on the theme of 'Repetition' from within diverse media,
disciplines and/or lived experiences. Examples that concerns themselves with
'When Repetition Proves Futile' are particular welcome.

If you wish to submit art and/or text work(s) for consideration please
request a copy  of the art/writing brief by ticking the appropriate box at
the end of the survey as you submit, here:
http://www.criticalm.org/repetition/survey.php (To receive the brief you
must first submit to the survey so that you are aware of the context in
which your work may appear)
There is no fee to submit and a publication fee of £250.00 will be paid for
selected works and texts.


More information on the project:
http://www.criticalm.org/repetition/index.html


-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <https://lists.netbehaviour.org/pipermail/netbehaviour/attachments/20110203/57bb0152/attachment.htm>


More information about the NetBehaviour mailing list