Visions in the Nunnery 2016

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Visions in the Nunnery is back for its tenth incarnation at the Nunnery Gallery in London.

A renowned showcase of recent performance and moving image works by emerging and established artists, Visions aims to offer an international overview of the challenging and thoughtful uses of these ever shifting mediums.

We are now inviting artists from all over the world to submit moving image and performance works for Visions 2016, which will run from October to December 2016 at the Nunnery Gallery.

WHO Moving image and performance artists

WHAT We are looking for cutting edge work that has been made in the last two years. There is no theme. Selection will be based on innovative uses of your chosen medium.  No more than three entries per artist.

WHEN Application deadline: 13 June 2016. Exhibition: October to December 2016

REQUIREMENTS

Moving Image

We are mainly looking for single screen works of up to 10 minutes in duration. However, we do have some limited space for small installation/monitor based work, or longer single-screen pieces. If you are submitting an installation, please provide an additional document describing the work, including equipment, dimensions etc. Please, be aware that we cannot provide equipment specifically for individual installations.

Performance

We are looking for live, networked and hybrid performance works (not documentation!) of up to 10 minutes in duration. Please describe the work’s mechanics, including equipment, participants, dimensions, props, space requirements, number of performers, etc.

Read more: http://bowarts.org/whats-on/exhibitions-and-events/visions-in-the-nunnery-2016

 

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