What We Should Be Talking About - The PDF Airdrop Exhibition

Deadline: 01/12/2022  |  Venue: Everywhere  |  Grace Madeleine Slater

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What We Should Be Talking About will be a PDF that is distributed via airdrop to members of the public. The aim of this project is to engage unsuspecting people in thought around topical issues that you, the artist believe we as a society should be talking about.

I am interested in submissions from artists/ creatives working with all mediums that explore, research, discuss topics that you believe we, as a society should be talking about more.

This could be anything. Social, Political, Environmental etc. There are no limits to what you believe needs more discussion outside of the boundaries of the gallery setting.

Submissions can be text-based as well as visual arts based. For obvious reasons, I can only accept photographs of 3D works or screenshots of video works. Please provide a supporting text in the description box.

I would love for this to be collaborative and all involved will receive the PDF to distribute via the airdrop method.  This is a small experiment with a fast turn over. I'm hoping to have the PDF ready to distribute frm the 15th December. 

I look forward to seeing your work and hope to have discussions with all participants around their chosen topics!

 

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Who is eligible for this opportunity?
Everyone!
When is the deadline?
01/12/22
When is the delivery date?
15/12/22
Are there payments to artists?
Unfortunately no, I am doing this myself with no budget. All artists will be fully credited.

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