Submit to the MASS! July: OBJECTS
Deadline: 26/07/2021 | Published: 18/07/2021 | Country: United Kingdom | Henry McPherson
the MASS is a monthly online collection of discursive art, articles, opinions, prompts, thoughts, and questions, gathered in response to global issues. Released on the last day of each month, the MASS aims to provide a space for reflection, criticism, and a platform for art as activism the Mass is a non-monetised publication (we are not down with the capitalist agenda), and is free to access by all. Everyone is welcome to submit to the MASS: artists, thinkers, writers, worriers – people with opinions prepared to be critical. All we ask that submissions are offered in a spirit of openness. Our open call is now live forJuly 2021. the July MASS: OBJECTS - "stuff and things and non-human agents" Deadline 26th July @ 23:59 UK time.
We accept all types of work (text, audio, video, visual, ephemeral, surprise us). Please make sure when selecting your files you are sending the highest quality version you have available.
We welcome texts and work in all languages, but please also provide an English translation (the texts will be featured side-by-side)
Before submitting work to be featured in the MASS, we ask that you read, and are happy with, our three requests:
I. Please submit work that you are happy to publish. We welcome works in progress, half-finished thoughts, drafts and re-imaginings. However, please make sure you are happy for your submission to be published online, and for other people to see it.
II. Please submit work that is yours to submit. If you are submitting work with multiple authors/creators, please ensure that everyone is happy for the work to be featured in the MASS. If any dispute arises over the authorship of a work (whether text, image, video, etc.), it will have to be removed from the publication. For works featuring nudity, by submitting via CuratorSpace, you are confirming that anyone featured in the work is 18 years of age or older.
III. Please submit work in the spirit of openness. We aim to create a space for creativity, conversation, and provide a platform for art as activism. We welcome work which is inflammatory, poignant, difficult, and obscure. However, submissions which are deliberately discriminatory (in whatever capacity), which undermine the autonomy of others, or which cause harm to those who are vulnerable, will not be published.
Submissions can be withdrawn at any time before the submission deadline. If you wish to withdraw your work from publication after the publishing date (last day of each month), please contact us.
Submissions close a few days before the last day of the month, check the open call for specific dates!
For any questions please contact the editors directly via CuratorSpace.
Previous issues of the MASS are available to view online at www.the-mass.com
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Unfortunately, we are unable to accept all work which is submitted to us, though we endeavour to feature as many people as we can!
If your work is selected, it will be published in our online collection at www.the-mass.com
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