Deadline Thursday 28 November
You get: Access to the space, a dedicated Unit (4.8x4.8x4.8m) and a shared enclosed and heated communal area, access to equipment, a stipend and attendance to two workshops/ talks: Simon Harris Are Artists Leaders? and Huw Jones: Art, Pornography and Censorship - the Welsh Arts Council's Sex Scandal 1971-73. There will also be informal, but organised peer to peer group sessions and social events.
What to send
Where possible we prefer paperless digital submissions but if that's not possible then hard copies are ok.
Here's what we need, in order of importance:
- Photographic documentation of your 2D/3D work (up to 12 images saved as jpegs, 2MB max per image) and/or Video/audio documentation of your time-based work (12 minutes max) Please ensure you include titles, media and year of production for all works.
- A summary of the project or activity you're proposing including a rough estimate of the amount of time you'd like to spend here. Spaces are available for a maximum of 10 weeks. (max 200 words)
- Artist Statement (max 150 words)
- CV including contact details, education, and any published or exhibited work (max 2 sides A4)
Where to send it
You can send digital submissions to the Curatorial Team (email@example.com) using a file transfer site such as WeTransfer or YouSendIt for material over 5MB. Links to video hosting sites can also be accepted
Or by post: Curatorial Team, g39 Oxford St, CARDIFF CF24 3DT (NB material submitted by post can not be returned)
For the John Gingell Award, Toby Hulddlestone rearranged the traditional timeline and hierarchies of an exhibition. His first action was to assemble an editorial board who were invited to produce a retrospective book of his work. The book is in response to Toby's entire archive of works, from the humblest early-college awkward life drawings through to accomplished works involving a number of collaborators and roles. The decisions and tangential content of the book was devolved to the editorial board who met regularly in Unit#3 where the process of creating content was always in the public eye. Those decisions shaped what Toby installed in g39 during the exhibition.
'Recap, Onwards' is the resulting 48-page, full colour book produced by Toby in collaboration with Zoe and Christabel Gingell, Tim Davies, S Mark Gubb, Michael Cousin, Anthony Shapland and Chris Brown. It is now available from the g39 shop for £10.