Deadline: 18/10/2017  |  Published: 07/10/2017  |  Venue: The Hole  |  City: Queens  |  Country: United States  |  Helen Galioto

Report this?
The deadline for this opportunity has passed, and no more submissions are being accepted. Click here to have a look at other opportunities listed on CuratorSpace.

wherehows is both a physical exhibition that exists in The Hole, and a virtual exhibition that exists on a custom Google Map featuring photo documentation of the aforementioned. the show is currently in its first iteration, and we are looking for submissions for the next iteration.


( a companion and continuation of wearhaus )    


artists and all who are interested are asked to submit a digital file which will be physically printed, hung, and photographed on location, and virtually pinned to a map which will constantly be updating with new work.


the show's "site" is rather ambiguously specified (the neighborhood's disputed boundaries, existence online and offline, and regular change through time) we encourage work that plays with the idea of "site-specific". however this should by no means be considered a strict conceptual limit, and we accept all kinds of work.




  • Artists will submit one file  which will be printed locally on a single sheet of 8.5 x 11” plain paper

  • All types of art / files accepted, but keep in mind the physical restraints of the final medium

  • Artists may or may not choose to respond to this document / any attached links

  • Work will be professionally documented

Contact the curator
Who is eligible for this opportunity?
When is the deadline?
October 18th (for this round)
How many works can I submit?
As many as you are willing to fit on an 8.5 x 11" surface
How much does it cost?
Free to submit, however this will of course entail having internet in order to email us.

If for whatever reason you are unable to use email, we are open to physical submissions as well (if you are local). Please email us to find out more!
What are the exhibition opening hours?
All day
Does the location have disabled access?
The closest train station (Grant Ave) is NOT wheelchair accessible, however the Q7, Q8, and B14 run close to the Hole and are an option for people in wheelchairs.

Otherwise, anyone has the ability to access the location online with photo documentation that we hope can provide an adequate viewing experience of the show.
I have a question that is not in the FAQs. How can I contact you?

(note that is not a typo!)

You must have an account to send a message to the curator of this opportunity. Registering only takes a few moments. Once registered you'll be able to keep track of all of your submissions and get updates on upcoming opportunities.


Already have an account? You must log in to send this curator a message.