September 24, 2010 § 2 Comments
kinetics, robotics, new media, bio art
Call to artists- please forward and post.
Outside New Orleans– deadline for submissions: February 18, 2011
Inside Louisiana: contact by Feb. 18.
The Old Ironworks warehouse, 612 Piety St.
New Orleans, Louisiana
April 2-9, 2011
Open Saturdays, 5-10pm
with special appearance by The Engine on a given Sunday,
and by appointment
Companion exhibit: Models and Miniatures
kinetic models and studies, miniatures, cabinets, and dioramas
This is our second exhibition of kinetic sculpture in New Orleans. It is open to any and all artists working in kinetics, robotics, programming, models, machinery, and bio art. Submissions for the companion exhibition, Models and Miniatures, is open to anyone working in the above arenas as well as miniatures, cabinets, or dioramas.
Images of sample work or proposed work for Automata or Models & Miniatures, with brief description and contact information.
Please send submissions to:
Myrtle von Damitz lll
or leave a comment on the blog.
Images of Ironworks on Flickr.
This is an early notice— I am working on funding sources, including Kickstarter. If you are able to assist in volunteering or in funding sources, including grant opportunities and private sponsorship, please let me know. Our fiscal sponsor for any donation is The Black Forest Fancies, a 501C3 non profit based in New Orleans. I would like to provide for shipping of work from outside New Orleans for the show as much as possible, as well as assist artists and tradesmen in New Orleans with materials. I’m happy to help arrange for host lodging for any artist who can make the trip to New Orleans for the show with their work. If anyone is willing to drive to New Orleans with work from any region in the U.S., please send me a note.
Link to the review by Doug MacCash in the Times-Picayune of the first Automata at the Candle Factory in May, 2010.
Myrtle von Damitz lll
September 23, 2010 § Leave a comment
Here I’ll highlight kinetics, new media, and bio artists in New Orleans, around the U.S. and the world, and update developments on Automata, the annual kinetics sculpture show in New Orleans.
The next Automata is April 2-16, 2011 at the Old Ironworks, a warehouse at 612 Piety St. in the Bywater. Kawliga Studios at 3331 St. Claude Ave will host a companion exhibition of kinetic models and studies, and miniatures.