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2020 ARTIST CALL OUT

Are you an artist experimenting with the possibilities of projection? Curious to explore a challenging new medium with your existing or developing practice? Expressions of Interest for the year’s contemporary and cutting-edge light projection festival are now open! 

 

Our 2020 edition - Past Presents Futures - will propel artists and audiences forward 500 years, asking artists across disciplines to speculate on their fears, visions and hopes far beyond the present moment. The 2020 festival foregrounds the importance of constructs such as colour, race, gender, sexuality, age, ability, class and nationality. 2020 curator Jacob Tolo provokes artists to consider people and our environments as the impetus for project responses. How will the physical and social landscape manifest in our unfolding future? How has anyone - how have you - survived? What have you managed to take with you and what have you left behind in this new utopia? Or is 2520 a dark vision, and this is your chance to warn us of an impending Skynet-esque hell?

 

We’re keen to hear from anyone and everyone across disciplines, skill spectrum and experience, so what are you waiting for? Apply now! 

Applications close 5pm, Friday 6 March.

SKILLED VOLUNTEERS

Marketing guru, tech whizz, producer, data nerd, or just an all round legend? We want to hear from you! 

We're on the lookout for expressions of interest from skilled humans to assist us to produce and manage the 2020 festival. 

 

We love fostering growth and development in a supportive, team environment. If you want to build your skills and networks, then please get in touch with us! 
 

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Gertrude Street Projection Festival acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, the traditional owners of the lands on which Gertrude Street Projection Festival is located.