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Artists sought for Kiosk

Artists sought for Kiosk

The Kiosk is The Physics Room’s smallest, most public art site. Located in Christchurch’s busy pedestrian intersection on the corner of High, Lichfield and Manchester Streets, The Kiosk brings contemporary art to the streets of Christchurch. The space is equipped with power, halogen lights and built-in speakers, with floor dimensions of 700mm along the windows, 557mm at the narrowest end, 710mm at the widest end and 705mm high.   

We are currently seeking proposals from artists and curators interested in exhibiting in the Kiosk in 2008.

Applicants should supply:

-          an outline of the proposed project, equipment required and logistical considerations

-          support material, including documentation that gives an indication of previous work

-          a brief curriculum vitae

 

To support artists in realising projects, The Physics Room generally offers:

-          a small remuneration as artist and/or curators fee

-          support with technical/av requirements and exhibition installation

-          publicity, media exposure and digital documentation of projects on The Physics Room website

 

Application closing date for the Kiosk’s 2008 programme: 30 November 2007

Notification of successful proposals will be sent in due course.

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