Interpretations: Monumental Public Space & The Human
This exhibition will address the function of monumental contemporary and historical New York City based public spaces including museums, monuments, educational institutions, train stations, and other institutional locations. Image makers are asked to focus on aspects of scale, function, intimacy, ideas of public ownership, and the emotional and physical effect these architectural spaces may have on the humans that engage them.
Submission details: Submissions are open to all New School Students.
- Photographs must be submitted as 72 dpi jpgs at 14 inches in the longest side.
- If your image is chosen you will need to submit a 300dpi jpg at 28 inches on the longest side. We will be printing the final images.
- Videos need to be 1:00 to 3:00 long. All music needs to either be in the public domain or rights released.
- Only photographs and video will be accepted for consideration.
Submissions are due by 10pm, Saturday, March 19th, 2016
15 photographers and a selection of videos will be included in the exhibition. Selected artists will receive an email notifying them of their acceptance on or before March 28th, 2016.
Please email or wetransfer your submissions to Thomas Werner at: firstname.lastname@example.org Be sure to place Hermitage Submission in the subject line for your work to be considered.