Open Call for Virtual Works of Art

Homeward Bound

Proposal Primer: How have the boundaries of quarantine impacted your work?

Clear Boundaries & Unclear Boundaries: The destruction of the boundaries caused by quarantine slide work, life, love and play into each other into like brackish water, and created clear and distinct boundaries between you and the world outside.

Proposal Criteria: Proposals should reflect the brackish indistinctions in your life, and improvisations caused by clear boundaries created that may have affected your ability to create (whether that be lack of materials, people, resources, or motivation)

Experimental: This is a chance to explore your improvisations – the more experimental and improvisational the better. The more you can respond to your boundaries the better. 

A Virtual Exhibition

Homeward Bound will be a Virtual Exhibition.

What kind of virtual exhibition? Well, that depends on you. We’ve got a few options for online platforms, but we’re especially interested in exploring this with you.

Because of the nature of remote viewing (not the ESP kind), we’re accepting submissions for a variety of forms of art including but not limited to:
– Interactive
– 2D (Photography, Illustration, Fine Arts)
– 3D (could be photogrammetry or scans of sculpture)
– Recorded performance
– Live performance


Submission Deadline

The deadline for submissions is Sunday, May 17th, 11:59 PM.

Examples of Work

Examples of your work don’t have to include a proof of concept if you don’t have one, but should show sketches or intended outcomes of the work. Examples of other work should be included if no proof of concept exists so we can get a better understanding of the possibility of work.

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