Thursday, April 27, 2006

Perimeters, Boundaries, Borders - Call

'Perimeters, Boundaries and Borders' is an exhibition of contemporary arts and design practice. It is especially concerned with object and spatially oriented disciplines, the use of digital technologies and the convergence of sculpture, product design and architecture.

This exhibition will bring emerging and existing contemporary practitioners and technologies into the public arena and help to make cutting-edge developments in art and technology more accessible. ‘Perimeters, Boundaries and Borders’ will be held from 29 September - 21 October 2006 at venues across Lancaster city centre in the North West of England. The main exhibition space will be the new CityLab development in Dalton Square.

The aim of this exhibition is to present the very latest examples of work that blur the conventional boundaries of arts and design practice through the use of technology. This call for entries is for existing works which explore these creative perimeters, including but not limited to: computer-designed or manufactured objects and environments, visual and audio installations, pervasive and locative interactive pieces, games and game installations and 3D net based works. Fees for the presentation of existing works are £500. There may be additional funds for travel and accommodation of selected practitioners.

How to Apply

Practitioners must submit the following for consideration:
· Completed application form (here)
· CV with current exhibition record
· Statement (no more than one single-sided A4 sheet)
· Brief and clear summary of the work.
· Work Samples (do not send ori

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I am exploring a hybrid form of art and design practice through the use of computer-based design and fabrication tools. I am interested in experimental objects and spaces that are dynamic and responsive and seek to challenge perceptions, expectations and established behavior.

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