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Getxophoto: Post Homo Sapiens. Programming the future.

Close on April 21, 2019
Getxophoto: Post Homo Sapiens. Programming the future.
Getxophoto: Post Homo Sapiens. Programming the future.
Territory: Worldwide
Theme(s): Post Homo Sapiens. Programming the future.
Eligibility: Open to all
Entry: 20€ per project
Prize: Exhibition
The 13th edition of GETXOPHOTO International Image Festival invites visual artists from all over the world to share their vision on the 2019 theme Post Homo Sapiens, Programming the Future. Programming, defined as the new literacy of the digital age, along with advanced scientific and medical developments, poses new bioethical challenges to traditional social conventions. The way society engages with education and information, establishes human relations or chooses to entertain itself is undergoing a significant shift, and it is still too early to fully evaluate its impact.

Just as the industrial age transformed human labour arising from the relationship between the physical body and the machine, the digital age is exploring the mind's limitless capacities and digital network creations that can surpass human capabilities or simplify complex intellectual processes.

Thinking about humanity's future and reflecting on its possibilities is this year's Festival theme. We are looking for projects which explore this topic in a broad sense, including multidisciplinary narratives and diverse visual languages (photography, video, installation, archives, documents, among others). The intention is to showcase the very best visual works which challenge the way we think and question established ideas of engagement. The entrance fee is 20€ per project.

All those shortlisted will be published on May 13th. The four (4) winners will be announced on May 16th and their work will be exhibited during the Festival, which runs from September 4th to 29th, 2019. Getxophoto will assume the exhibition expenses and it will be designed under the criteria of the curator of GETXOPHOTO International Image Festival, in agreement with the artists.

Four (4) artists will benefit from:
Exhibiting at the GETXOPHOTO Festival with recognized contemporary visual artists
Exhibition at one of the most special Festival venues
€400 fee as Festival participant
Accomodation for 2 nights during the Opening Week
Inclusion of the work in the Festival's programme and book
Inclusion in the Festival's communication campaign
Dedicated entry on the Festival's website
Being seen by a large number of visual arts professionals
David Bailey: SUMO
 
 

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