|Creative Responses : The work of Arakawa and Gins has been extremely influential for poets and artists. At the Second International|
Conference in 2008, a number of distinguished poets, performance
artists, and media artists contributed to the program.
We invite new creative responses that develop, investigate, explore and inflect aspects of Arakawa and Gins' written, drawn, built and unbuilt works. We can accept creative responses in the following forms:
In addition to the web exhibit, University of New Orleans Press has committed to publish a collection of the creative responses in book form.
Proposal Website: http://netpoetic.com/ag3art/call.html.
AG3-Online will run from March 12-26, 2010.
Submit proposals by December 1, 2009, with final projects due February 1, 2010.
Proposals should be emailed to <firstname.lastname@example.org> and should include:
The Creative Responses section of AG3 is curated by Bill Lavender,
Alan Prohm, and Jason Nelson.
from Buffalo Poetics - a moderated list that I cannot recommend too highly.