Following on the heels of a decidedly unsuccessful round of climate negotiations in Copenhagen, the Earth Day disaster in the Gulf of Mexico frames this exhibition of Earth art for the 21st centuryTM. Artists and designers from around the world are invited to address the theme of sustainability in the future. Works responding to the Deepwater Horizon accident, and related ecological and cultural concerns, will be given precedence.
Suitable formats include posters, political and satirical cartoons, photographs, drawings, and other 2D forms that can be submitted as digital images or PDF files. While originality is wanted, copies and scans are what should be submitted.
Sound art formats that can be submitted as digital files.
Short format video works. Loops, experiments, post-produced montages of news.
Several flat screens will be available for use during the show, so works incorporating mouse-interaction are welcome. Suitable formats include Processing applets, Flash documents.