Open call for Online Exhibition Body and Power(lessness)
Our theme of this study year is The body and Power(lessness), on how we physically experience autonomy, power(lessness), (in)justice, care and collectivity. We invite you to join us in our research and contribute with your own work for an online exhibition.
After a year and a half of lockdowns, disembodied heads on our screens and avoidance of physical contact, the body is slowly returning to the world, to our consciousness and to the work of many makers.
You might have work – or work in progress - that is in some way connected to the body. We invite you to share it with us in a short video, text, podcast or any other (digitally shareable) form. Check out the call below. Each month, we will be publishing a selection in our online exhibition Body and Power(lessness)
To start with, we have invited Floris Grondman and Stephanie Luka, students at the Master of Arts in Education in Zwolle, to share their work. They are currently working on a special research project on neurodiversity. More on their project can be found here.
Perhaps you have a completely different perspective or you feel like finding one. The opening text on the theme will inspire you. Other texts on the topic will follow in the coming months, in cooperation with Mister Motley. We look forward to hearing your ideas and to seeing some of your work realised!
Call for online exhibition
Have you created work or do you have something in development that connects to the theme Body and Power(lessness)? Let us know if you want to share it via the ArtEZ studium generale platform. Please answer the questions below in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will talk to you about the possibility to participate in the online exhibition.
Field of study
Short description of work and context (around 300 words) for the web presentation(Here you can say something, for example, about genres and sources of inspiration, materials used, subjects, where does it come from, how did you get the idea? What do you hope to achieve with it?)
Relationship to the theme Body and Power(lessness)
We are looking forward to your proposals!