Artworks - Entries and Submission Form
All artists are invited to produce and submit Glitch Art or works that promote dialogues with other art mediums, either conceptually and/or practically. They can include electronic art, digital art, visual art, sound art, multimedia art, new media art, among others, provided they result in other ways of thinking, producing, and exhibiting these works.
Participation is voluntary, open for all, and free. THERE ARE NO FEES FOR ENTRIES AND SUBMISSIONS. Since this is an independent, artist-run project, THERE ARE NO PAYMENTS TO PARTICIPATING ARTISTS. Submissions are subject to the acceptance criteria of the exhibition organizers. Submitting an entry does not automatically indicate the inclusion of your work.
We recommend that you carefully read each item of the terms and conditions. By submitting artwork for exhibition you are giving your full consent to the terms and conditions expressed in this document. You are also assuming the responsibility for the authorship and intellectual property rights of the submitted artwork. This is essential for your participation.
Submitted files must be sent in the following specifications:
Audio: MP3 (max. duration 15 min. / 160-320 Kbps / -14 LUFS)
Image: JPG (1400x1400px / 300 DPI / RGB or BW)
Video: MP4 (1280x720px / max. duration 10 min. / H.264)
A participant may be an individual, group, or collective. Each participant may enter 1 submission. Each participant can submit up to 3 artworks, one per category, and 1 paper (please refer to the paper submission terms and conditions for details).
1 video + 2 images = Ineligible.
1 audio + 1 video + 1 image = Eligible.
For group or collective, only 1 submission must be made with up to 3 artworks.
Submissions must include all the information requested in the entry form.
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The name(s) that will appear on the certificate.
Artistic Name(s) - if applicable
That will appear on exhibition.
Group name - if applicable
That will mainly appear on exhibition.
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