INTERNATIONAL VIDEO ART EXHIBITION: LONDON, LINCOLN, BOLOGNA AND BARCELONA
OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS
Transitional States: Hormones at the Crossroads of Art and Science
We are inviting artists to submit existing work or to create new videos or performances for video that explore hormones, medical technologies, sexuality, gender and body modifications. We are particularly interested in the relations and interactions between hormones and transsexuality, non-binary genders, intersexuality, physical alterations, birth control, fertility, menopause and sexology. We would also like to encourage contributions on the ways in which hormones have been used to boost both athletic and sexual performance.
For more information about the open call, the guidelines for submission and the application form, visit: http://transitionalstates.com/opencall
If you have any questions about the open call please contact:
DEADLINE: 31 MARCH 2017
25th January to 11th February , 2016
Curated By: Nick Simpson and Ross Oliver, private view 6pm 25 January 2017
Yellow Belly – the term given to those born and bred in Lincolnshire
A showcase of Lincolnshire based artists’ at Project Space Plus on the campus of the University of Lincoln.
Promoting exchange with wider artist led initiatives nationally and internationally, GP seeks to stimulate a critical discourse, and sustain an engaged visual arts culture in the Lincoln through the programming of exhibitions, events and workshops. Featured artists: Michelle Forest-Becket, Joana Cifre Cerdà, Ross Oliver, Patricia Stansfield, Adam O’Meara, Nathan Baxter, Ellen Brady, Fiona Parkinson, Stu Burke, Rob Britt, Kate Buckley, Amy Hewitt, Andrew Bracey, Gerard Williams, Daniel Marshall and Nick Simpson.
13th December, 2016
The fundraising exhibition is a showcase of the work of 2nd year fashion students work completed thus far. This fund-raising event is to gather funds for their 3rd year fashion show in 2018, and also it will showcase the students’ skills.
The Human Race
5th to 9th December, 2016
A crisis is defined as “a time of intense difficulty or danger.” When looking at the Syrian Refugee ‘Crisis’, the notion that we are all one race, the human race, seems to have been suppressed. We are situated in a hyper-documented visual landscape watching the crisis unfold; yet the international humanitarian response has been inadequate. This exhibition is a response to these current events, confronting the vast visual record of the crisis. Through curation of existing news and documentary imagery placed in an immersive environment, the audience is asked to reignite their compassion and campaign for a united humanity.