Submissions



CALL FOR EXPERIMENTAL VIDEO AND INSTALLATION ART SUBMISSIONS
for the upcoming exhibition year starting September 2014
Deadline: MAY 29, 2014



CALL FOR VIDEO SUBMISSIONS

The AC Institute, a non-profit gallery in Chelsea, NY, is now accepting submissions for experimental video art from around the globe for the upcoming exhibition year (starting September 2014). Videos will be featured for two or three week exhibitions and projected on a large wall. Any subject or theme is welcome. You may submit more than one video.

Please submit your video project to submissions@artcurrents.org.

APPLICATION GUIDELINES:
• We will ONLY accept video submissions as a URL on YouTube, Vimeo or your artist website
• Must be a single-channel video work
• Email us a SINGLE PDF with a brief description (under 300 words) of the work, and a link to the work, and a CV
• Put VIDEO SUBMISSION in the subject line
• The deadline for these submissions is May 29, 2014


CALL FOR INSTALLATION ART SUBMISSIONS

The AC Institute, a non-profit gallery in Chelsea, NY, is now accepting submissions for experimental installation art from around the globe for the upcoming exhibition year (starting September 2014). Installations will be featured for two month exhibitions. We have two spaces to feature installation artists. Any subject or theme is welcome. Look over the type of work we show before submitting proposals.

Please submit your project to submissions@artcurrents.org.

APPLICATION GUIDELINES:
• We will ONLY accept submissions via email
• Email us a SINGLE PDF with a brief proposal (under 300 words), 3-5 images of previous work, a link to your website, and a CV
• Put INSTALLATION ART SUBMISSION in the subject line
• The deadline for these submissions is May 29, 2014


Our Mission
The AC Institute’s mission is to advance the understanding of the arts through investigation, research and education. It is a lab and forum for experimentation and critical discussion. We support and develop projects that explore a performative exchange across visual, sonic, verbal and experiential disciplines. We encourage critical writing that challenges conventional expectations of meaning and objectivity as well as the boundaries between the rational and subjective.