SmallWorlds

Group Exhibition Artist Call-Out

“SmallWorlds” is a concept-based group photography exhibition which will be curated by Matto Lucas and Nico Reddaway.

Art Opportunity previously on in Australia.
From Saturday 01 August 2015 to Wednesday 17 June 2015

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Published by Matto Lucas on Wednesday 17 June 2015.
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“The globalization of artists and peoples from varying sub-cultures has been radicalized and enhanced by the advent of social media and content-sharing platforms such as instagram. Personally, I have connected with many different artists, thinkers, art-lovers and people from such diverse backgrounds and lifestyles, in which I would possibly have never had the opportunity to meet or share part of their world with.”
-Matto Lucas

“SmallWorlds” is a concept-based group photography exhibition which will be curated by Matto Lucas and Nico Reddaway.

The primary focus of the group exhibition is to explore the following themes:
- The relevance of the gallery (and the physical construct of the gallery / space) in relation to contemporary art practices.
- The growing importance of digital spaces and digital or online means to exhibit and distribute works.
- Globalization of artists and discussions of artistic cultures and subcultures fluently and easily through the use of digital platforms (such as social media and online gallery sites, instagram, flickr etc)

TO SUBMIT FOR SMALL WORLDS:

Please email up to five photographic works that are 640 × 640 pixels in dimension to matto@mattolucas.com with the title of your email “SMALLWORLDS SUBMISSION

Please provide a short 200 word artist statement on your photographic submission as well as a brief two sentence description of your instagram account. (What it’s about, why, what you are trying to document / show / shoot.)

Please also include:
- An Artist CV
- Instagram account link

- Any other website or social media platform links that are relevant.

Further information about exhibition space + dates will be released shortly.