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Voxumenta

The fun and savvy people at Vox Populi are doing it again. They’re organizing a survey exhibition of the best and brightest in the region. If that’s you, you want to submit your work for consideration. Last year’s Voxennial, guest-curated and juried by artist Virgil Marti and ICA Curator Elyse Gonzalez was a terrific show. See our posts here and here.

This year’s jurors/curators are Emily Hage, Curatorial Fellow, Modern and Contemporary Art, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (she’s Carlos Basualdo‘s assistant) and Philadelphia-based artist, MacArthur fellow and widely-acclaimed installation and video artist Pepon Osorio. We at artblog are Pepon-o-maniacs. See posts here and here.

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To apply to Voxumenta, go to their website (link above) and download the pdf application form. Slides and $20 application fee due March 24. The show will be May 5-27.


SubTerrane

Sean Stoops, whose apartment art show, Inhabit, we enjoyed last year, is organizing an online virtual exhibit called SubTerrane. It’s all about mapping and issues related to new ways to map experience. If that sounds like your cuppa, here’s the contact information Sean sent us:

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The posted deadline for SubTerrane proposals is coming up next week (Feb. 24), but if I know you already and you’re interested in applying, you can at least send me a brief description of your idea along with some recent images of your work by 2/28.

I’m not expecting everyone to create brand new work for this. Because of the short time frame (final projects should be finished by the end of April), you can also submit recent work in a new format appropriate to an online display. For more information on how to submit, email Sean Stoops, seanstoops7@gmail.com.

The project is sponsored by InLiquid.

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