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CALL for ENTRIES: texttexttext

2014 March 10

Learn more about the texttexttext show from the Woman made Gallery!pained
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Today I spied organic alphabet soup in the grocery store.  There is some humor to be found in the idea that someone invested in eating organically would also want a food so tortured & processed that it can spell out words.  And, I don’t believe anyone is REALLY teaching their children to read with soup.  So do we really need to communicate with food, literally, or am I just a huge hypocrite for constantly preach about the transformative & communicative power of food?  Okay, I’m a hypocrite, ha.  But, this next Call speaks to the power of text; however, I suspect they are not searching for alphabet pasta mosaics.  Check out this fantastic venue…

Check out this Call for Entries from the Woman Made Gallery (Chicago, IL) for texttexttext.  I’ve shown my own work at this venue, and I loved my experience at this gallery. Take a look…

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Learn more from the Woman Made Gallery!CALL for ENTRIES:
texttexttext

 

Text is communication: “I’ll text you”.

Text is image: TeXt. tExT.

Text is nowhere to be seen: …….

From art reduced to nothing but text, to art depicting obscured or unseen text; from Tracy Emin’s neons to Adrian Piper’s calling cards: text is limitless in its manifestations as a figurative, conceptual, and activist element within contemporary art. texttexttext seeks to explore text-based work in all media, and invites artists of all genders to submit.

ELIGIBILITY: Open to artists of all genders.

MEDIA:  Text based work in all media will be considered.

DEADLINE: April 16, 2014

NOTIFICATION: May 14, 2014

ENTRY FEE: $30 for up to 3 images

Visit the Woman Made Gallery online!JUROR: Monika Szewczyk divides her time between writing, editing, curating and teaching. She has contributed essays to numerous catalogues as well as journals such as Afterall, A Prior, C Magazine, Camera Austria, Canadian Art, F.R. David, Mousse, and e-flux journal.  From 2008 to 2012, she was head of publications at the Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam.

Szewczyk was on the curatorial team of the Vancouver Art Gallery and coordinated programming at the Belkin Satellite, a space of the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery at the University of British Columbia. She is Visual Arts Program Curator at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts at the University of Chicago.

SALES: WMG will retain a 40% commission.

For complete details, Read the Full Call

!Download the Prospectus from Woman Made Gallery!

 

 

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