Michael Mandiberg on Mon, 26 Nov 2001 23:48:21 +0100 (CET)

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<nettime> calls x 3 -- a digest of calls for work

hi all,

i've started maintaining a digest of calls for work, and i thought i 
would open it up to the various communities that most of the calls 
are catalogued from.

the calls come from net mailing lists (rhizome, nettime, thingist, 
franklin furnace), net sources (artswire), and calls sent to me 
directly, etc...

the traffic is about two emails a week, with a range of 1 to 5 calls 
in each digest.  this is a one time spam.  if you want to join, go to 
http://theredproject.com/calls and enter your email.

feel free to forward this.  anyone and everyone is free to join

also, i encourage you to email any calls for work to 
calls@theredproject.com, and I will post them in the digest.



n.b. your email will not be used for anything other than sending you 
the calls digest.



Deadline: November 2001
Artist, Writers - how the events of September 11 have altered your 
behavior -- toward others, your city, your daily life -- how the 
events changed your perception of reality and the world around you
REACTIONS, Exit Art, New York City

We are living in a historical moment. The essence of life has 
changed. The world's psyche has been irrevocably altered.

In this new era, Exit Art, as a cultural space near the World Trade 
Center, feels an obligation to interpret or translate the feelings of 
a larger community into a collective expression of analysis. We want 
to know how the events of September 11 have altered your behavior -- 
toward others, your city, your daily life -- how the events changed 
your perception of reality and the world around you.

A change of behavior is a change of culture, which is why Exit Art is 
organizing a global project called REACTIONS. This project aims to be 
an international response from both inside and outside the art world, 
a reflection of how these events have changed your life.

We want to hear and share your reactions.

We are inviting you to participate in REACTIONS by submitting your 
response on a flat, 8-1/2 x 11" sheet of paper. Your submission can 
take the form of a letter, text, drawing, poem, painting, collage, 
photograph, or any other format that can fit on a piece of paper.

REACTIONS will be an exhibition on view at Exit Art in New York City 
from January 12 - March 30, 2002. All responses will be exhibited.

Your visual and poetic work will be put into a context of historical 
witness. We hope that like us, you feel a sense of urgency to respond 
and participate in this necessary, collective expression.

Your effort will be valued; your voice will be heard.

Jeanette Ingberman and Papo Colo
Co-Directors, Exit Art

Jodi Hanel and Bibi Marti
Exhibition Coordinators

Submit your 8-1/2 x 11" response (or European letter-size equivalent) 
via post, email, or in person. Please note that your submissions will 
be kept by Exit Art and will not be returned. By submitting 
responses, you are giving Exit Art all rights to your work, which may 
include publication and tour. Responses must be received by December 
15, 2001.

Three-dimensional or oversized responses will NOT be accepted. Please 
mail responses to
Attention Reactions, Exit Art 548 Broadway, New York, NY 10012.
Or email reactions@exitart.org

EXIT ART is - A nationally and internationally renowned site for 
innovative and experimental exhibitions, performances, and 
multi-media programs.
- An interdisciplinary laboratory for contemporary culture that 
brings artists, curators, and audiences together to explore new ideas.
- A place that challenges widely held and accepted ideas about 
culture and society and is regarded by contemporary art audiences as 
a vital source of new ideas and new work.
- Committed to presenting the work of young and emerging artists, and 
to placing their work within the context of contemporary art issues.
- An independent view of American culture.

Exit Art, a non-profit cultural center in New York, has charted the 
new in art and contemporary culture since it's founding by Jeanette 
Ingberman and Papo Colo in 1982. Over the course of more than 19 
years, Exit Art has been presenting groundbreaking exhibitions on 
visual art, design, performance, popular culture and media, bringing 
under-recognized concepts and art practices to a larger public 
locally and globally.

Deadline: December 15, 2001
Artists whose focus is sculpture
International Residency Program, Sculpture Space, Utica, NY

Sculpture Space is an international residency program providing 
access to a specialized studio facility for professional artists 
whose focus is sculpture. There are no geographic or stylistic 

The Studio is located in downtown Utica, New York, in proximity to 
light industry, and various fabrication shops. The facility consists 
of 5,500 square feet of open studio, and one 400 square foot private 
studio for special projects. The space is outfitted with concrete 
floors, a two ton system of traveling hoists, and extra wide overhead 
doors. The 3/4 acres of land that surround the building can 
supplement indoor studio space in the summer. An outdoor work pad is 
equipped with a 50' monorail hoist. Depending on the scale of the 
work, a maximum of four artists can be accommodated at one time.

Each year twenty new artists are selected for two full month 
residencies each year. Each artits receives a $2000 stipend to help 
pay their residency expenses. A subsidized three bedroom apartment is 
available at low cost to artists within walking distance of the 
studio. Food is the artists' responsibility and there is a fully 
equipped kitchen in both the apartment and studio.

The deadline for application is December 15th of each year.

For complete details, visit http://www.sculpturespace.org

Deadline: January 1, 2002 (extended)
Proposals on all aspects of new media and writing, especially by 
those whose work is based in new media, on or off the internet
Incubation 2002, Nottingham Trent University, UK

Extended Deadline Call for Proposals for Incubation 2002 to be held 
on 15-17 July 2002 at The Nottingham Trent University, UK 

We invite proposals for Incubation2, the leading international 
conference on Writing and the Internet. For our second conference we 
continue our focus on the role of the internet and telecommunications 
and particularly invite contributions that address the way new media 
create new potentials and re-define the acts of writing and reading. 
We welcome proposals on all aspects of new media and writing, 
especially by those whose work is based in new media, on or off the 

In response to several queries, we would like to confirm that we 
welcome suggestions for panels as long as they include a nominated 

In view of the difficulties since 11 September, the deadline for 
proposals has been extended to 1st January 2002

Proposals must be submitted via webform. The form, and full details 
of the conference can be found at http://trace.ntu.ac.uk/incubation/

For three days in July 2000 trAce provided a platform for the most 
essential voices on the web today. Writers, critics, theorists and 
web-artists came from around the world to speak at Incubation at The 
Nottingham Trent University. Incubation Archive is the online record 
of this dynamic event. It includes audio, text and electronic 
versions of presentations and performances; information about 
contributors; a gallery of photographs taken over the three days, and 
the background of the conference itself. 

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