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WWW.HIDRAZONE.COM – An internationally profiled online journal for digital art and related writing is currently looking for work for its second edition. Following the success of ISSUE 1-RANDOMNESS, the EDITORS are putting a call out for material for ISSUE 2-DIGITAL PERFORMANCE launching in May 2006. We welcome material from across the globe and work may incorporate sound, image movement or scupltural elements.

GUIDELINES

The editorial panel are looking for digital art projects that have been installed or performed for an audience. Projects submitted can take the form of the work itself and/or video, photographic or audio documentation of the event. We are looking for work which is contextualised – this can be from a critical, technical, academic or philosophical perspective.

SUBMISSIONS

The next issue is DIGITAL PERFORMANCE

DEADLINE for submissions is MARCH 30TH 2006.

Please view the site and style of the site to ensure that material sent is suitable. Potential media includes: Flash, Director Shockwave, Quicktime, Podcast, Java and other software based art work. The art work must be capable of functioning in an online environment aimed at a 512kb broadband user.

All proposals should be submitted electronically via email to editor@hidrazone.com

and include the following:

1. SUBECT

PERFORMANCE

2. MAIN BODY OF EMAIL

A short paragraph describing the content of the submission

the following declaration:

"I have reproduction rights over the work submitted and give permission for editors to feature attached material on HIDRAZONE.COM"

NOTE: All artists work remain the intellectual property of the author(s).

3. ATTACHMENT

a ZIP file of following material.

  • name of artists, email addresses
  • short biography/CV/artist statement (not more than 400 words) for artists index
  • description of work or technical/critical/academic context
  • work (and/or documentation)

SUBMIT WORK to editor@hidrazone.com

HIDRAZONE is a space for practitioners and writers in the field of digital and interactive arts. We seek to encourage practical and theoretical research into a wide variety of digital art (new media art) such as net art, interactive art, software art, digital painting, and computational video. Our main goal is to provide a forum for encouraging aesthetic quality in digital and interactive arts practice, as well as promoting critical discourse and theoretical commentary in this emerging field.

Please view the site and style of the site to ensure that material sent is suitable. Potential media includes: Flash, Director Shockwave, Quicktime, Podcast, Java and other software based art work. The art work must be capable of functioning in an online environment aimed at a 512kb broadband user.

 
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