Call for Entry for LPP’s next Online Exhibition
Call for Entry!
LPP is pleased to announce a call for entry for its next online exhibition-Inspiration Station
The exhibition will be presented online February 4-March 15, 2013, with a publication available March 11.
This is no regular call for entry-the exhibition will not include any artwork itself, but rather showcase its supporting elements-the artist’s workplace, materials and objects of inspiration, written descriptions, and will highlight the factors of time and chance into an exhibition’s selection process.
Artists, if you were asked to describe your work by only showing things that inspire you (such as objects, photographs, or books), in the place where you make the work, and describe the work verbally in a brief statement, could you? If you only had a few days to prepare for this, would you be ready? As artists, we hope that the art will speak for itself, but the supplements of an artists’ practice and the chance elements of timing and preparedness are just as much a part of the exhibition process. These supplements include a place to work, materials and objects of inspiration, and writing about the work. LPP’s mission includes the encouragement of dialogue and engagement of its community, we hope to foster and promote all elements of contemporary art. We want to read what you have to write, see the things that inspire you and the places where you make the work. Now is your chance to share this.
For the submission process, we ask that you pay attention to a few simple rules. To be considered for inclusion in the exhibit, you must follow these exactly. Please read them carefully.
The first 40 submissions we receive after 8am PST on Thursday, January 17, 2013 will be included in our next online exhibition. From these 40, we will select 15 to be included in the exhibition publication.
-Submissions will be accepted starting at 8am (PST), Thursday January 17, 2013. Any submissions sent before this time will not be considered.
-Send the following to [email protected] with the subject line-Online exhibition submission
-1 image of your workspace that includes material inspiration (objects, photographs, and/or books for example), but does not show your finished artwork. Image must be 960pxls wide at 72dpi
-Your artist statement (1-2 paragraphs).
-In the body of the email, include your name, location, and link to your website (if you have one).
Submissions not adhering to the above rules will not be considered for inclusion. Artists to be included in the online exhibition will be notified before the exhibition opens. Artists to be included in the publication will be notified by February 4th. By submitting work, you agree to have your images exhibited online at littlepaperplanes.com