ART AND LANDSCAPE NARRATIVES
Open call for artistic projects
Deadline for applications: September 25, 2020
4Culture Association is pleased to announce the launching of a new open call for artistic projects within Art and Landscape Narratives multi-annual programme, in order to develop and present a new creation on eco-media performing arts installation, curated by Marilena Preda Sanc.
The open call is dedicated to transdisciplinary artists actively working in contemporary visual arts, using video-art, performance, sound-art, multimedia installation. 4Culture will select 5 Romanian artists, who will develop new creations that approach the relationship between art and ecology. The art works will be presented in 2021.
In order to apply please send an application dossier that contains the following:
- CV/artist biography
- Artistic portfolio (video, photo links)
- Statement and artistic concept (2 pages maximum)
All the documents have to be sent via email / wetransfer, to email@example.com. 4Culture will cover the artists’ fee and production costs.
Deadline for applications: 25.09.2020
Nowadays, contemporary visual arts in Romania, curatorial practices, art theory and the process of artistic creation evolves into subjects focused on eco-democracy and human existence. Having a deep knowledge on the local and global visual art scene, Marilena Preda Sanc will coordinate an exhibition based on a conceptual research of social and political contexts, gender issues, ecology and local / global histories, by analysing the effects of globalization in the digital era and the presentation of the history of a humanity that redefines its identity to a more responsible attitude, both in anthropological and geopolitical perspectives.
”The Eco Art practices represent a transdisciplinary, interstitial, hybrid and multimedia territory in contemporary art. Visual arts and performing arts are often placed in the sphere of the social, political and educational dialogue from the perspective of a humanity that has been obscured by an exacerbated consumerism. Both nature and human nature took a hit. Eco Art brings attention to nature and the dangers generated by pollution from a double perspective, the aesthetical and the militant one. It is essential to understand Eco Art as a pure and ethical way of thinking and reflecting about the contemporary world.” (Marilena Preda Sânc)
The programme does not necessarily represent the position of the Administration of the National Cultural Fund. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the programme or the way the programme results can be used. This is entirely the responsibility of the beneficiary of the funding.
Media partners: Radio Romania Cultural, Modernism, Zeppelin, ARTA Magazine, Designist, feeder.ro, IQads, Romania Pozitiva
Photo credit: Claudiu Cobilanschi, ERGONOMICA project (4Culture Association, 2017)