GMuMaPS – GLOBAL MULTIMEDIA POETRY STANDS
Creative COLLECTIVE ART project? Yes.
Designed by Oficina do Espirito – Artist Collective (not-for-profit organization) to be installed at the center of Évora – Portugal – UNESCO’s World Heritage and candidate to European City Capital of Culture. In a co-production with the City’s Municipality.
We are asking for graphical or audio works
(media poetry pieces) aim to be integrated into the construction of an international arts wall-tower / poetry-stand.
This 6-meter high tower-shaped poetry-in-process will stand in a central square of the city during the summer.
We’re inviting students and teachers from the arts as well artists from all over the world to be part of this collective art-process installation.
There will be an online broadcasted performance of the tower’s assembly.
An improvisation group (Sweet Violence) of the contemporary world scene musicians (Vítor Rua, Antonio Duarte, Maria da Rocha and Carlos Zíngaro) will be creating in real time musical pieces inspired from the visual poems, as they are being translated from the digital to the analog domains (paper media) and projected to a video-wall during their ascent to the tower-device so that the audiences can prize the act.
The POETRY STAND will then be standing “alive” as it have interactive response through sensors to the presence of passers-by, playing the audio works and activating luminous changes during the night.
Performance / Installation Date:
* JUNE 20, 2019 *
CLOSED! Thank you all !
AFTER CALL PAGE HERE
VISUAL WORKS MUST BE SENT IN PDF (preferable) or JPG, SVG, PNG
Please we prefer works in the ISO A4-FORMAT
Landscape or vertical orientation.
AUDIO WORKS MUST BE SEND IN MP3, M4A, AIFF or WAV
(aiff or wav must be zipped first)
AUDIOS WILL BE RESTRICTED 10 SECONDS LONG!
! 20 MiB maximum file size !
The work identification’s must be contained in the file name:
We’ll identify the participating artists in the final website after selection.GMMPS’s SPOT:
This event is supported by Évora’s City Council and DRCAlentejo and is part of the EV.EX – Evora Experimental program.
SOME OF THE RECEIVED ARTWORKS: