[NetBehaviour] Call for Submissions | Open Systems, Programme 2012

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Wed Feb 23 15:03:30 CET 2011

Open Space, Open Systems invites submissions of idea-based curatorial 
proposals for the programme of 2012. Applications are reviewed by an 
international advisory board; no previous curatorial experience 
required. Submissions for solo exhibitions will not be reviewed.

Submission Guidelines:

The selection procedure will be in two stages. The first stage will 
involve an online submission. All submitted applications will be 
evaluated based on which the advisory board will produce a shortlist. In 
the second stage, all shortlisted applicants will be invited to specify 
the details of their proposals.

For the online submission please send:

- description of the project of no more than 1500 words
- list of artists in consideration including information on artist statement
- back-up material to support the application

Please check the website http://www.openspace-zkp.org before emailing 
your submission.

Deadline for the initial proposal submission is 27 April 2011. 
Applicants will be informed about the results of the first stage in July 

Please send your proposals to: submission at openspace-zkp.org

About Open Systems

In January 2011, after three successful years of highly acclaimed 
international exhibitions and events, Gülsen Bal, the founding director 
of Open Space – Zentrum für Kunstprojekte Vienna, has initiated a 
fundamental shift in the way Open Space operates. In 2011 it will 
function as Open Space, Open Systems before becoming Open Systems in 
2012. This transformation toward an even stronger focus on a discursive 
engagement with our changing world is marked by an active involvement of 
an advisory board, aiming at producing diverse cross-overs and 
open-ended cultural encounters through shared artistic and creative 

Advisory board:
Susanne Lummerding
Elisabeth Mayerhofer
Suzana Milevska
Helge Mooshammer
Peter Mörtenböck
Nada Prlja
Walter Seidl

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