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OPEN CALL - Deadline 29 February 2024
site specific and video art exhibition series
by murmurcontemporary

melting walls (volume 1)

The concept of Melting Walls series of exhibitions, comes from the idea to open up opportunities to present and engage diverse audiences into an anthropologic perspective for a creative experimental walk.

Melting Walls will be a series of experimental video installations, exhibitions that will include a site specific artwork made by invited artists, and will be accompanied by experimental projections made from collected images, videos & sounds received from different spaces around the world.

Listening, seeing the juxtapositions of different collected forms of audio-visual information, in my opinion will open up opportunities to present collective memories in an structural - experimental way.


For who would like to participate, I recommend to collect if possible, sounds and (images - videos 16:9) diverse, contrasted, fragmented - repetitive elements (recreative or noisy) from their environments and try to capture more than 4 repetitive elements, like: sunrises, sunsets, trees, diverse objects, house numbers, eyes, ears, etc...

To apply, send your set of images, audio and video files to: [email protected]
All the selected materials will be credited.


Thursday, February 29, 2024 (All day)

Submission fees: 

Free submissions

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