STUDENT TIME-BASED MEDIA CONTEST
The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center (SJDC) invites you to respond
visually to this question.
Selected work, chosen by a jury, will be screened in a compilation
on the SJDC plasma screens at 2 W. 13 Street from April 1April
Who: All currently enrolled New School students are welcome to
What: Short time‐based work that imaginatively explores the
relationship between the public and the private. We are interested in
the experiences of virtual social lives – Facebook, Twitter, Second Life,
avatars, Instagram – including psychological, legal, economic and ethical
questions raised by, but not limited to, hacking, surveillance
technologies, online identities, and personal boundaries.
You can be poetic, political, narrative, comic, experimental.
You can be
personal or abstract, global or local, inspiring or polemical.
Format: Quicktime. We are looking for a diversity of approaches:
animation, video or digital film, machinima, photo stories, performance,
silent or with sound, etc. Video screen captures of an online project
created for the contest are also welcome.
Length: 15 seconds – 3 minutes.
1. Please upload your video to your website/vimeo.
2. Please email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org with
subject line: The Public Private: [Your Name]
- your first and last name
- email address
- About the work:
- Title, year, duration, format/media
- Short description
- Link where your submission can be viewed
PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY MATERIAL, ONLY A LINK TO THE SITE
WHERE THE WORK IS UPLOADED.
Deadline: March 15, 2013, 12:00 NOON.
Please email email@example.com by February 22, 2013 if you plan to
submit. This is not a prerequisite but it helps our planning.
- Peter Asar, Media Studies, NSPE
- Anthony Aziz, Art Media and Technology, Parsons
- Paolo Cirio, Artist, The Public Private
- Zhang Ga, Art Media and Technology, Parsons
- Christiane Paul, Curator, The Public Private, and Media Studies, NSPE
This contest is held in conjunction with the exhibition The Public Private
on view at the Anna-Maria
and Stephen Kellen Gallery, SJDC, February 6April