WHO: Are you a groundbreaking artist and do you have a special affinity with technology in the broadest sense of the word?
WHAT: In 2012, as part of the project Zebrastraat and following the first three biennials, the Liedts-Meesen Foundation will organize update_4 update. We wish to enhance the importance of this competition through the following measures: A new set of rules that is stricter but more focused on the contribution of new technologies to art; The number of nominees having the chance to show their artwork to the public increases from 10 to 20; Finally, the works will be presented at three different locations: the Zebrastraat in Ghent, La Cambre in Brussels (with Caroline Mierop, Director; works will be exhibited outside only) and iMAL, also in Brussels (Yves Bernard). The second part of the event includes an exhibition by established artists in the field of New Technological Art. Only two or three works should be exhibited at each location. To these two activities will be added a third one, namely the organization of a three days colloquium on new tendencies in contemporary art.
WHEN: Submit the description of a project between November 1, 2011 and March 31, 2012. During the month of April, 20 projects will be selected and this list will be announced on the website at the latest on May 1st, 2012. Selected projects will be realized in order to be exhibited from September 15 till November 18, 2012.
PAYMENTS: The nominees will be selected by a professional jury, which will also award the final prize of 5000 euro; besides this, there will also be a price from the audience.
Deadline: 31 March 2012 ** Deadline expired**
[ Added on 15 March 2012 ]
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