|Organization||Washer / Dryer Projects|
|Title||Free Open Call - Curated by Daniel Everett|
Washer / Dryer Projects is beyond excited to announce our first open call, curated by Daniel Everett.
In the artist Seth Price’s essay “Dispersion”, he states:
“Slowness works against all of our prevailing urges and requirements: it is a resistance to the contemporary mandate of speed. Moving with the times places you in a blind spot: if you’re part of the general tenor, it’s difficult to add a dissonant note. But the way in which media culture feeds on its own leavings indicates the paradoxical slowness of archived media, which, like a sleeper cell, will always rear its head at a later date.”
For this open call, we are looking for photographic work related to this idea of “slowness”. What does it mean to be slow? How can the process of making a photograph be slowed down? How could a photograph promote extended looking?
SUBMISSIONS OPEN: November 15, 2018
ABOUT THE CURATOR
Daniel Everett is an artist and professor working across a range of media including photography, video, sculpture, and installation. He received his MFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 2009. Daniel currently teaches at Brigham Young University as an assistant professor of New Genres.
|Requirements / Eligibility|
Submissions should be done through the following form - https://goo.gl/forms/INEiD9YPVaXkUN2h1.
1. Valid email Address
After selection, selected artists will be asked to provide high quality TIF files of chosen images to be sent to Washer / Dryer Projects. These images will then be printed in Utah and installed in the gallery space. By submitting to this open call, artists also give the gallery permission to use submitted images on the gallery website, social media, and marketing materials.
|Entry Page Link :||https://goo.gl/forms/INEiD9YPVaXkUN2h1|