Call for Artists to respond to research on inequality
Hosted by Dan Ariely and the Center for Advanced Hindsight
Artists from around the world are invited to attend a discussion on social and economic inequality (from the lab that hosted the “Creative Dishonesty” project), on Wednesday, February 22nd at 7 PM EST. (Artists who do not live within driving distance of Durham, NC will watch the forum streaming live online.)
Interested artists are to RSVP to the curator, Catherine Howard, at email@example.com by Tuesday, February 21st at 9 PM EST
After the forum, artists interested in creating artwork in response to the research will complete an online application, including a 1-page explanation of the artist’s creative process and 2-3 digital images of past work. To be considered, applications must be submitted by Monday, February 27th at 9 PM.
Artists will be notified if they are selected to participate by February 29th and will receive a $100 stipend to complete their piece. There is no limitation to the style or media of pieces created for “PoorQuality” but all work must be completed by May 5th.
Artwork created for “PoorQuality” will be on display at the Center for Advanced Hindsight from June 1st to August 31st with a reception on June 22nd. An exhibit catalogue, including responses and reflections by the artists and the researchers, will be published. Each artist will receive a copy.
Artists will retain all rights to their piece. Works will be returned to artists after the exhibit by September 15th, 2012. If the piece is purchased, the $100 stipend will be deducted from the purchase price.
Feb 22, 7 PM – “PoorQuality: Inequality” forum at the Center for Advanced Hindsight
Feb 27, 9 PM – Deadline to apply for participation
Feb 29, 9 AM – Selected artists will be notified
May 5, 9 PM – Drop-off deadline
Jun 22, 6 PM – 10 PM – Opening reception at the Center for Advanced Hindsight
For more information about the “PoorQuality” project, contact curator Catherine Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about this research at danariely.com
UPDATE: We have a new website fully devoted to our “Artistically Irrational” art series.
Check it out here: http://artisticallyirrational.ssri.duke.edu/