36 Exposures, exploring found photography

Deadline: 17/03/2019  |  Published: 19/12/2018  |  Venue: To be confirmed  |  City: Bath  |  Region: Somerset  |  Country: United Kingdom  |  ash Jeremy

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36 Exposures is an evolving exhibition and body of work exploring Found photography, salvaged materials, film off cuts, obsolete machinery, analogue photo materials, 36 Exposures explores the new potential for old materials.

As part of Fringe Arts Bath 2019

36 Exposures is an exhibition exploring the potential of found and salvaged photography and materials, machinery and encourages new work utilising these things. Obsolete technology and materials can be used to create new work and narratives, real and imagined stories.

We want found photos, slides, negatives, salvaged dark room materials and more. Film, slide projections, even sound work. Get creative.

There is a fee of £20 per artist which helps cover the costs of the festival including printing, promotion, flyers, catalogues and social events (all this goes to the organisers who run it and not to myself).

Drop me a message for more details and if you have any questions.

 

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Who is eligible for this opportunity?
Anyone
When is the deadline?
March 17th 2019
How many works can I submit?
A max of 3 per artist
When is the delivery date?
May 2019, exact date to be confirmed
When do I need to collect my work?
on June 9th & 10th
How much does it cost?
£20 per artist which helps cover the costs of the festival including printing, promotion, flyers, catalogs and social events ( all this goes to the organisers who run it and not to myself)
Are there payments to artists?
no payments but if you want to sell your work that's fine.
What are the exhibition opening hours?
10 - 6 daily
Does the location have disabled access?
exact venue to be confirmed
What publicity will be provided as part of the opportunity?
Social media, mailing lists, local media, printed programmes, everything. This is a well known festival with a large following but we of course encourage all artists to promote as well.
Do I need to be present?
No but we do run an ask artists to commit to help with invigilation for at least one or two sessions
How do you decide on proposals?
Work is chosen on its quality and its fitting the theme, remember the exhibition is about found photography, salvaged images and materials. Think negatives, slides, old projectors and ancient photographs. Most of my work has been found in the street, some slides found in old projectors that i salvaged from various places, slides that were going to be thrown away and have been rescued, as long as the materials and work are found, salvaged and analogue. If you're not sure just send me a message and ask.
What kind of proposals are you looking for?
surprise me! Creative reimaginings, we want to see innovative things being done with found photography, for example I have a sound art piece done by recording and remixing some slide projectors, a film piece done with salvaged 16mm film stock that has been worked on, there could be a written piece about a scrap of film you found, writing is welcome, film, projection and also let's see some great old photos you found, some polaroids, all of it.

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