Bath's Annual Fringe Visual Arts Festival
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In a rapidly changing world with accelerating technologies, mass migration and shifting cultural values, we are now more conscious than ever that our experience of the world is in a constant state of flux. How does this impact us as individuals?

'Flux' will consider our relationship with an ever-changing world through an exhibition of works by artists whose practice in some way addresses the concept of change.

We invite artists working in all mediums, including performance and intervention, to submit images of artworks and/or proposals. The title is open to interpretation and we welcome a diverse range of approaches. Artists might respond with work that reflects socio-political or technological change, or that acknowledges and plays with the fact that perspectives shift and ideas are fluid. Others might explore the creative potential of transformation on a purely practical level, by experimenting with new technologies and processes or by pushing and transforming materials and traditional practices.

Interested? Email to submit. Deadline Monday 27 March 2017.

Curated by Sightlines Projects.



As the deadline approaches...

We've had a fantastic response to our call-out so far from artists working in all mediums - from painting, sculpture, printmaking and photography to video, installation, performance, and spoken word. The subjects broached have been equally broad, with works that address change and transformation in materiality, culture, technology, language and tradition; life's larger themes, or the detail in the everyday.

With less than three weeks left before the deadline, we're looking forward to hearing from other artists for what looks set to be a thought-provoking and inspiring show!