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Web3D 2017 is calling for submission from artists, scientists, technologist, and researchers for its very first art exhibition that will be held in two locations: QUT, Brisbane (during the Web3D 2017 conference) and Media Art Nexus NTU, Singapore. This will be great opportunity to showcase your work in two different countries. These exhibitions will be open to general public.

You are invited to submit practical or experimental artworks that includes but is not limited to the following topics:

  • 3D printing
  • Algorithmic and Generative art
  • Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality (WebVR)
  • Interactive art
  • Mechatronics / Physical Computing
  • Music / Sound visualisation
  • Net art

Submission Details

  • 1-2 pages abstract (.PDF only): This summary should provide:
    – Abstract of the proposed work (100 words or less)
    – Clear description of the proposed work (500 words or less)
    – 4 Images, Sketches, drafts (JPGs, PNGs, PDFs – no compressed files accepted) of the proposed work
    – Technical requirement for the proposed work
    – One or more URLs for access to a completed artwork or video documentation of a completed artwork (if it’s VR or installations)
    – One or more URLs for previous work, videos, bio and cv (bio and cv can be submitted as a separated document (.PDF) *2 pages max.
  • Criteria for naming convention for files: formats for submission:
    – Title of proposed work (first 20 characters only)_surname_abstract.PDF
    – Title of proposed work (first 20 characters only)_surname_image01~04.png
    – Title of proposed work (first 20 characters only)_surname_bio-cv.PDF (only if you do not have these info in your website).
  • Submissions will be juried by at least two anonymous reviewers. A final decision regarding acceptance will be made by Art gallery chairs based on reviewers’ suggestions and overall feasibility of the exhibition. Submissions must be original.

Art Exhibition Co-Chairs: June Kim and Ina Conradi Chavez. Submission deadline is 3rd of March 2017 and acceptance will be notified on 4th of April 2017.Please contact the art gallery chairs at for further questions.

Submission guideline can be found here.

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