Part I — Statement (250 words max)
Please send an outline/statement addressing how language-based interests and practices feature within your own artistic research approach, an overview or flavour of your research explorations, questions or lines of enquiry.
Part II — Specific Examples
How is your practice? How does your enquiry in-and-through language-based artistic research manifest in specific practices and examples.
Outline one or two examples from your own artistic- or practice-based research — focusing on specific language-based ‘practices’ (in other words: specific processes, approaches or methods; ways of working, constellations of activity or framing patterns; particular projects or lines of enquiry-in-practice) through the following:
For each practice:
1. A short title that summarises/evokes each practice;
2. A written introduction for each practice [250 word max];
3. 1-3 images per practice (300 dpi, jpg format, 3 MB max), video [mov. or mp4 for video, max. 3 minute] or audio [wav. or mp3 for sound files, max 3 minute] showing/sharing some aspect of each practice (if appropriate).[An image plus a sound file is also an option]. Please include a credit caption for each image or image series (name, title, date of work, copyright etc.)
4. A web link enabling the reader to find out more about the named practice (if appropriate).
Where to send:
Please send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org, using the phrase 'practice sharing submission' in the email subject-line. In the case of large files, please send by wetransfer.com