Resolution of the first open call for exhibition projects at IMG.
From IMG we have the flagrant pleasure of announcing the projects with which we will being
collaborating during the next months to develop the exhibition calendar of the gallery:
•Char Stiles and Snakeeyes.
•Gloria López Cleries.
“Espacios No Situados”.
•Guillem Sarrià and Ali A. Maderuelo.
HARDCORE WILL NEVER DIE (H.W.N.D.).
•Juan Echevarria (Erre Militia).
•Laura Hyunjhee Kim/ 김 로라현지
in collaboration with Chris Corrent.
Internet Sentiment Study. Synthetic Empathic Intelligent Companion Artefacts (SEICA) Human Interaction Labs.
•Sergio Pradana and Daniel Torrenova.
Persona para persona.
We present a series of interlocutions with the processes of recognition of the contact space and with
the ways of institutionalizing the medium, the body, the memory and the emptiness.
Many thanks to all the people who participated in the First Call for Exhibition Projects at IMG. We hope
to create something common really soon with whom we won’t be able to establish links for this
in Internet Moon Gallery. Also, thanks to the people who have been part of the course
of the selection, supporting the call and advising the creative process of the selected proposals.
Mars is still a bit far, but we are in contact.
Open Call for submissions
Internet Moon Gallery, from its eagerness to research in the experiences and the cultural phenomena of this century, wants to arrange its space for the diffusion and creation of projects in its digital environment through the First Call for Exhibition Projects at IMG.
The purpose of the call is to grant the digital space of IMG during one of the periods of the lunar cycle to the selected projects.
Projects that address the reflection of the internet and digital will be valued as means from which to launch discourses, as well as the specificity and the intrinsic relationship that artistic production can find in these media.
Description of the open call
IMG is organized as a self-managed and non-profit space. The proposals to be submitted must be in accordance with these requirements.
There is no possibility, on the part of the gallery, of financial help for the realization of the projects. Therefore, this call may be used in conjunction with other grants or scholarships that assist you in the resolution of the submitted project.
The nature of this call is aimed at digital production, created specifically in a 360º visualization space. You can apply individually or as a group. Commitment is to be made within the deadlines and technical requirements agreed with the management team from the gallery.
All the people who wish to do so, regardless of their age, origin and career, can apply for this call.
Applications must to be written in English or Spanish and include the following documents:
•The working proposal (max 300 words)
•Visual portfolio/documentation of recent work. The portfolio can be submitted digitally via a permanent link (no time-limited download links like WeTransfer!)
•CV with personal data. (Full name, date and place of birth, email contact or telephone contact).
The applications will be sent to the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject Open call for exhibition projects.
The deadline for submitting projects is April 10th, 2019 At the end of that period, no request will be accepted.
-Level of innovation: the project must stand out for its creativity, and preference will be given to projects that innovate beyond solutions that have already been developed and implemented.
-Hybridisation of formats and methods: preference will be given to those projects that combine themes, genres, formats and/or forms of cultural management. Similarly, importance will also be placed on the willingness to incorporate methods taken from other spheres and disciplines.
-Social impact of the project: preference will be given to projects aimed at finding effective ways to involve society and produce a positive assessable impact; which takes into account accessibility, non-discrimination and equality.
-Viability of the project based on the adaptability to the exhibition space and the optimization of the resources of Internet Moon Gallery.
Relevant initiatives that take the specific space of IMG as a place from which to share ideas and concrete ways to experience them will gain relevance.
The selection will be carried out by:
Doreen A. Rios. Curator and founder of ANTIMateria
Rosemary Lee. Artist and researcher.
Manuel Minch. Artist and founder of Internet Moon Gallery.
Álvaro Porras. Artist and researcher.
Once the submission period has closed, Internet Moon Gallery will review the projects and accept all those that comply with the participation and registration conditions stipulated in these rules.
The list of entries that have been accepted and excluded will be published on the website and the winners will be contacted by email/WhatsApp at the beginning of May.
-Registration and presentation of projects February 1st 2019 to April 10th 2019 at 00:00. (CET)
-Announcement of the selected projects May 1st 2019
-Production of the winning project Date to be determined with the artists and the IMG team, in accordance with the project and how it fits into the Internet Moon Gallery programme.
The selected works or projects will be exhibited in the digital space of Internet Moon Gallery during one of the lunar cycles of the 2019 calendar. The conditions of this exhibition will be determined with the artists once the selection is made.
The realisation of the selected projects will start
from May 2nd, 2019. IMG’s technical team will be in charge of providing support in the tasks of coordination, as well as collaboration and advice by monitoring the development of the projects.
The works will be the property of the authors, but IMG would like to be able to enjoy the right of reproduction, public communication or use for promotional purposes in the media commonly used for the advertising of the exhibitions.
The fact of participating supposes the total acceptance of the present bases, leaving IMG open to the dialogue to resolve any eventuality not foreseen in them.
The participants give their consent to the processing of personal data necessary for the execution and processing of the open call in accordance with current regulations.
The selected projects will be featured on the Internet Moon Gallery website, social networks and other public media with the aim of announcing the selected projects of the First Internet Moon Gallery Open Call (2019).
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