Digital Mini-Print Exchange & Exhibition - Update

Event Description

Hi All

 

Just a reminder about the

“Born Digital - New Materialities”  -  an exciting chance to be part of a survey mini-print exchange / exhibition of contemporary digital printmaking.


Closing Date - 15th March 2011

    
Prints should be measure between 100 cm2 (e.g.10 x10cm) to 400 cm2 (e.g. 20x20cm) or any combination within these dimensions and submitted as digital files in a common format (pdf, jpeg, png, tiff) to the following specifications:

        • Resolution: 300 dpi
        • Colour Model: RGB
        • RGB Profile: sRGB IEC 1966-2.1    
  
As this project provides an opportunity to sample new definitions for signature in the “born digital” print, Artists are asked to digitally sign or mark their print in any manner they wish or can devise.

Please do not send any physical prints or submit scans/reproductions of works produced by traditional means.


Works will be publicly exhibited at selected venue(s) via digital surfaces and/or projection. Additionally there will be an “on-line” exhibition of all works.

All participants will receive a free ePortfolio  (in ePub format) of the collected works.

Submission is free.

For further details and to submit your work please go to

http://paul-thompson.org/www.printmaking2-0.info/born-digital/index.html

If you would like  a poster  (in Pdf format) to put up in your print shop or studio or pass o to others then  follow this link


http://paul-thompson.org/www.printmaking2-0.info/born-digital/resources/CALLPOSTER.pdf


This project is part of research being undertaken by Paul Thompson at Grays School of Art – Robert Gordon University.


 
Paul Thompson
Grays School of Art
Robert Gordon University
Aberdeen
Scotland

*The-Library-of-Congress, 2010

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Comment by paul thompson on February 27, 2011 at 11:43pm
Hi jacki
yes please one print only
paul
Comment by Jacki Morie on February 27, 2011 at 4:25pm
Can each artist only submit one print?

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