SCANOFF invites emerging authors to participate in the SCAN festival to exhibit their works in audiovisual format which will be shown to the public.
Photographic quality, discourse, sound and audiovisual editing will be evaluated and 10 authors will be selected.
SCANOFF looks for images that have an own and contemporary discourse, documentary or artistic, and show your personal sign on multimedia format. The content and discipline is free. Video is admitted if doesn’t last more than photographic images.
Duration: up to 3 minutes.
Send the audiovisual to: Curator: Pep Escoda
Wetransfer to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission deadline: 30th June 2016
The Mediterranean city of Tarragona will host, this autumn (October 19- January 8), a new edition of SCAN Tarragona, International Festival of Photography created by the Catalan Government and the Municipality of Tarragona, and directed nowadays by Fundació Forvm per la Fotografia. SCAN Tarragona is an open and International festival which hosts a variety of initiatives, coming from both public and private sources, all characterized by the promotion of photography.
I’ve just finished Hans Ulrich Obrist’s fantastic interview with Tacita Dean in his book, The Conversation Series #28. I especially appreciate Dean’s openness to chance in her practice. She speaks of not always being sure of where an idea or project is going and of trusting her intuition to take her towards an interesting and often surprising direction.
A few days ago, I was walking around Greenpoint and still thinking of this interview. I saw this on the street.
I decided to think of the phrase “Protect Yo Heart” as a starting point for taking images on my walk.
And then a happy accident. Not sure where this came from or how it happened.
And then I forgot about “Protect Yo Heart” completely.
And then I became distracted by circles and ended my walk with these images.
ICP-Bard’s MFA program is participating in LIC Arts Open 6, beginning tonight 5/18. The festival features many galleries and studios in the area and runs until Sunday 5/22.
Come check out ICP-Bard’s Open Studio group exhibition featuring the work of the 2015-2016 classes. The studios will be open from 1-6 pm.
ICP-Bard MFA Studios: 24-20 Jackson Ave. 3Fl. (subway E/M/G/7 to Court Sq.-23rd St)
Interview by Lucas Blalock
“THE WORK I’VE ENCOUNTERED LATELY HAS BEEN LOOKING AT ITSELF IN THE MIRROR, AND NOW I’M LOOKING AT MYSELF IN THE MIRROR PER SE.” — WHITNEY HUBBS
Today is the day. In just a few hours we will all present some of the work we have made this year. Then, we will drink some champagne and stroll leisurely through the pop-up show for the launch of our simultaneous publication = “/100.”
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Saudade: Name of the Father, a multimedia presentation created for ICP-Bard MFA’s 2015 Slidefest, was selected as one of 11 PDN Photo Annual 2016 Multimedia WinnersEarlier this year, the project was awarded Honorable Mention by the International Photography Awards in five categories: Portrait, Culture, Photo Essay, Deeper Perspective, and Moving Image
Saudade: Name of the Father was also selected as a 2015 VISURA Multimedia Grant 1st Place Finalist, and a selection of photographs were included in the 2015 Seoul International Photo Festival and the New York Photo Festival
The feature length version of the film, Produced and Directed by Theresa Ortolani, is slated for 2017 release.
2017 ICP-Bard MFA, Theresa Ortolani is also a PhD candidate in The European Graduate School’s Philosophy, Art and Critical Thought Division
Images, Video, Story ©TheresaOrtolani 2016
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