QUEERTECH.IO = ART(URL, IRL); CALL FOR WORKS
SUBMIT TO QUEERTECH.IO 2018 BY 12 NOV 2017
#QueerTechIO #CFW #QueerTech #OpenCall #Queer #Midsumma
Queertech.io is calling for digital and new media works from queer identifying artists. Be part of the ongoing conversation about #QueerTech. Curated by the Queertech.io artist collective and Midsumma Festival, works selected will be premiered online and offline across multiple sites at Midsumma Festival 2018, including RMIT SPARE ROOM & LIGHTSCAPES.
Now more than ever, queer voices are vital to a continued socio-political discourse surrounding representation in a digital landscape. Queertech.io showcases a broad cross-section of the innovative, poignant and queer-as-hell works emerging from diverse queer communities.
In 2017, Queertech.io included works from artists in ten countries and spanned video works, games, gifs, 3D models, animations and interactive works. After premiering at Midsumma Festival 2017, the Queertech.io collection toured nationally and internationally.
Artists at all stages of their careers are encouraged to apply.
Xanthe Dobbie 2017, ‘2001 Fuchsia Rose’ from the series 21st Century Greatest Hits Screensaver Pack
A collection of digital artworks by queer artists from around the globe exhibited online at http://QueerTech.io/, embedded in three Australian queer arts festivals and screened on the Federation Square big screen:
- Midsumma Festival, Melbourne 15 Jan — 05 Feb 2017
- data-projections at Midsumma Horizon at Testing Grounds, 6-11pm Sat 4 Feb
- Melt Festival, Brisbane 25 Jan–05 Feb 2017
- data-projections on Turbine Walls at Brisbane Powerhouse throughout the festival
- Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras, 17 Feb – 5 Mar 2017
- data-projections at Heaps Gay Mardi Gras party at The Factory Theatre 4 March
- BLINDSIDE PLAY2: a selection of QueerTech.io works curated by Xanthe Dobbie were screened intermittently on the big screen at Federation Square throughout January, February & March 2017.
“There is a growing conversation about #queertech art practices internationally. We wanted to be a part of that conversation and find out more about how artists are thinking about #queertech as a creative space and an artistic strategy.”