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The New Art Fest '18 - Call

Black Raven - The New Art Fest Award

Made in smartphone

The New Art Fest ‘18, Lisbon, November 2-30

OPEN CALL_1
You are terrified of your own children since they are natives in a world where you will always be immigrants. John Perry Barlow, 1996
Not only digital natives, also known as the Generation Z (1995-2009), use more smartphones than desktop/laptop computers and tablets. We all do! But if we look at what statistics say (Pew) than we’ll learn that post-millennials will probably spend most of their communication, social and creative time online. At least for now, smartphones are the most advanced convenient mobile device to interact with location-based media and mixed reality. It follows from here that asking for made in smartphone art seems only natural, don’t you think?

This is a call for art made for/with mobile devices—made by smartphones, made with smartphones, made for smartphones, or not. Smartphones are as open as any digital device can be. Any art proposal for this section of the festival should only take this new realm into consideration.

Twelve artworks will be selected for exhibition on everyone’s smartphone.

A prize committee will decide which of these twelve nominees will receive the Black Raven for the best artwork made for/with smartphones.

Contact: geral@ocupart.pt


Bit Street 2018

The New Art Fest ‘18, Lisbon, November 2-30

OPEN CALL_2

48 interactive displays @ TOMI Lisboa Smart City

Only original videos accepted. Artworks cannot publicly endorse any store, restaurant, brand, company or politician. Since these videos are primarily for public view on a street level, participants should consider this condition when submitting. Sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, racist and other offensive, or extreme-violent content will be automatically excluded. Nudity not allowed (TOMI’s policy).

Open call: non-anonymous artists, non-anonymous artworks

Deadline: September 30/ 2018

Venue: 48 electronic indoor and outdoor interactive street displays, Lisbon

Screening: November 2 thru 30 (24/7)

Only twelve artworks will be selected for public screening

No screening fees

Please include:

1) Your name
2) Country of origin
3) Phone, e-mail, website, social networks
4) Title
5) Brief description (max: 800 char)

Technical rider

TOMI (vertical screen)
-Duration: 10 seconds (TNAF credits: 2 seconds)
-Format: mp4
-Codec: H264
-Widescreen (16:9)
-Resolution: 1080 x 1920 px (Full HD Vertical)
-Bitrate: Up to 6 Mbps
-Size (max.): 100 Mb each spot

TOMI (horizontal screen)
-Duration: 20 seconds (TNAF credits: 2 seconds)
-Format: mp4
-Codec: H264
-Widescreen (16:9)
-Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (Full HD Horizontal)
-Bitrate: Up to 6 Mbps
-Size (max): 100 Mb each spot

A prize committee will decide which one of the twelve selected artworks will receive the Black Raven for the best TOMI short video.

Contact: geral@ocupart.pt

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