Chapter 1. Dissent
Artists’ are invited to explore what Dissent means to them. Artists ideas and notions may take any form such as social, political, geographical, historical, technological, scientific, cultural or personal dissent. A dissensus (multiple, sometimes conflicting voices) will emerge.
CAS is committed to maintaining ongoing open dialogue between artists and the world through exhibitions, digital media, and community projects which will be recorded in an ongoing archive of discursive, creative Dissent, and a collection of artists works.
Participating artists are invited to explore their individuality and subjective viewpoint as a starting point for their contribution. By encouraging the presence of multiple subjective viewpoints, a fertile tension and dialogic practice emerges in which notions of dissent can be questioned, explored, and diffracted through multiple artistic expressions.
CAS Curator Susan Francis manages the selection of artworks to be included in Chapter 1. Dissent. Works must be no larger than A3 and be reasonably flat so they can be stored as a set inside an archive box. If you have any work that you think would be suitable please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please send an image of your submission in an email with the subject line: CHAPTERS
- If your work is selected you will be invited to submit the original artwork into our collection, or to contribute an image or document to our archive. The latter, we may offer to print for you, at no cost to you.
By submitting to Chapter 1. Dissent you are offering work to be logged as part of an ongoing conversation. We will notify you when your item is being shown in an exhibition of the collection in the distant future, or when your documents are being included in a creative dialogue about Dissent. You can specify your usage permissions in your submission email.