SUBMISSION DEADLINE: AUGUST 25th, 2007. ONLINE SUBMISSIONS AT http://poppingpixels.org/
This year we are looking for digital work that is short and fast (small in file size and quick in linear time). The 2007 exhibits will be held at various airfields in the northern Orkney Isles, home of the “The World’s Shortest Scheduled Flight”.
ACCEPTED FORMAT: .MOV files. Maximum file size: 5MB Maximum Length: 2 MINUTES (approximately equal to the shortest scheduled flight time).
EXHIBITION DATE: OCTOBER 2007
2007 CURATOR/ORGANIZER: ROBB MITCHELL (http://www.egomassage.tk). As a curator, producer and event organiser, Robb Mitchell has had founding roles in the development of many interdisciplinary creative initiatives including The Chateau (http://www.chateaugateau.co.uk), Free Gallery (http://www.machinista.org.uk), Machinista Glasgow 2004 and the new media / hacklab (http://www.electronclub.org) Electron Club at Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) Glasgow. He is also a board member of Clydeside Initiative for the Arts ((http://www.swg3.tv) Studio Warehouse). With New Media Scotland (http://www.mediascot.org) he organised the Scottish node of the Upgrade! (http://www.theupgrade.net) international network of art & technology gatherings.
ABOUT PIXEL POPS!: PixelPops!, now in its 3rd year, is an ongoing, traveling series of annual digital art exhibits, each with its own theme and each curated in a new location by a new individual. The series is wildly organic in the sense that it changes with each year’s new locale and the creativity that each new curator brings to it. Year after year the online catalogue continues to grow and provide new resonances and global connections in artistic interpretation. PixelPops was founded by and is set in motion each year (from afar) by Colleen Tully (http://www.colleentully.com). Previous guest curators have been Cynthia Beth Rubin (New Haven, 2005), Natalia Vasquez, Joan Sanchez, Michal Blazek (Prague, 2006)