(ORIGINAL CALL) Where you are.
Where you are: Warm feelings from Montreal & Tokyo.
Status: Project completed.
Sister exhibitions took place at:
the Design Festa Gallery in Harajuku, Toyko
This exhibition is being organized by Sarah Robinson, an artist and award winning Fine Arts student at Concordia University, together with Laurel Hart (an artist and PhD student at Concordia University, and visiting researcher at Tokyo University, and Professor Yuko Tsuchiya from Hiroshima University of Economics, an associate professor and specialist in community media and photography workshop design. If you have any questions, please contact Laurel Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT IS FEBRUARY 11th, 2015
Ready to submit?
Please send us the photo (only 1, or if more they will all go on a single post card) to email@example.com along with.
1) Your Name
2) The name that you wish to display (nickname or social media name allowed)
3) Contact e-mail
4) photo title (1 image or several to be edited into a series on a post card)
5) Description/story/artist statement about the photo (brief description -
6) Permission to re-size and/or edit. (please say yes, or any details if you would like assistance with editing)
Please send in the image as a post card size for the exhibition. Or, organizers will consider your submission as permission to process the photos in to a post card size.
How do we see our city? What are the aspects of life in the city that touch your heart? Just like with people, we live in relationship with our city, and we hold emotional attachment to different moments, memories and places. Places hold memories for us. There are places that we have to visit and places we love to visit. This project focuses on how we love the city we are in. Can you find an image that shows an aspect of the city that you love? Come join us for a possibility to exhibit your memory of Tokyo in the live interactive component of this project.
This exhibition features an exchange of photos between Montreal, the Tokyo greater metropolitan area, incorporating cities which the organizers are personally connected to. Photographs sent from Tokyo are exhibited alongside works from Montreal, in sister exhibitions taking place both in Tokyo and in Montreal.
(Written to Tokyo, but it is the same to Montreal, in reverse.)
How do we see our city? How might we portray it to others?
Like with people, we live in relationship with our city. There are places that hold memories for us, places that we have to visit and places we love to visit. This project will focus on how we love the city we are in. Can you find an image that shows an aspect of the city that you love? You can look over photos that you have already taken for one that shows something you love about the city, or take your camera with you in your daily life, and when you see something that you love, take a picture! Each person's photos will be printed on a post card that will be mailed to Montreal for an exhibition at a popular art gallery in Concordia University, Montreal. We will be exchanging photos with a women's photography collective in Montreal, and in both cities we will hold exhibitions pairing the Tokyo photos with the Montreal photos. In this way we hope to explore love of place in two different places, and create a link between the two.
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Please email us your submission at: firstname.lastname@example.org . You can send us your photo or photo collections in the size of a postcard, or by submitting you are giving us permission to edit the photo so that it fits this size. If you have any questions, or requests for how we edit the image, please let us know.
(For inspiration and help imagining photography and representing life in the city through stories, please visit: www.cityalive.weebly.com )