Call For Entries ART/TECH:interface at ARC in December
INTERFACE: [N. IN-TER-FEYS; V. IN-TER-FEYS] 1. A COMMON BOUNDARY OR INTERCONNECTION BETWEEN SYSTEMS, EQUIPMENT, CONCEPTS, OR HUMAN BEINGS.
Juried by Jan TichyTechnological advancements have expanded exponentially over the past several decades. This explosion has impacted all aspects of our lives and experiences from every day personal uses of technology, to developments in medicine effecting our survival, to new discoveries and changing perceptions of our universe and beyond.
The relevance to our culture is undeniable. It has altered and adjusted the way we interact, receive, interpret and share information. Has this changed our perceptions of what art is? How has this informed an artist’s perceptions, expressions, or interactions with the world and their art?
This juried exhibition invites artists to submit work that investigates, discusses, or is influenced by these issues. Submitted work can:
• Address the issue of cultural impact as a concept • Use technology as a medium for a creative concept • Is directly informed by technology though might not necessarily use technology within the
artwork itself or as a sole means of expression. • Focuses on how technology has altered artists’ perception of their vision and work
All media will be considered. Please read the sections on Submission Requirements / How to Submit Work, and Acceptance Requirements before beginning submission process.
Use this link to download the prospectus:Use the link below to apply online for this exhibit:About Jan Tichy
Born in Prague in 1974, Tichy moved to Israel in the mid-1990s. After studying at Musrara School of Photography in Jerusalem and Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Tel Aviv, he moved to Chicago in 2007, where he earned his MFA from the School of the Art Institute where he currently teaches. Tichy has had solo exhibitions at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago; and the Center for Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv.