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Call for Submissions

Nancy Zastudil

Show Up Show Down is as a quick-response mechanism for staging world-changing art through brief, streamlined photography exhibitions of artist projects that incorporate the built environment, coinciding visiting artist presentations, and archive. Artists, at any stage in their career or development, that attempt to create positive sociological or ecological changes through their use of the built environment are welcome to submit materials. DEADLINE: December 22, 2013. See website for details.

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Interested to know what types of materials people have been submitting?

    • Nancy Zastudil

      Hi Alessandra - submitted materials must be digital photos of projects that incorporate the built environment...in most cases these are site specific in one way or another (the reasoning/concept for this is explained in more detail on the website). For example, Matthew Mazzotta, one of the artists who will be participating (he was invited, not selected from the current open call), will be showing photos of his project called Open House in York, AL. Matthew worked with people of York and Coleman Center for the Arts to "transform a blighted property in York's downtown into a new public art project this is in the shape of a house, but can physically transform into a 100 seat open air theater, free for the public." But I am interested in receiving photos and info about all sorts of projects from artists that aim to make positive change in the world. This might mean artistic re-use of public space, activities/efforts/interventions that bring about policy change, artist-led progressive education programs, or ...? Feel free to contact me through the website if you have more questions!