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Stay Home 13 May 2020
Home is where we all are

If you haven't yet lost all your sanity to cabin fever, you'll want to know about the absolute gems of virtual art and culture goodies we found this week to help you keep staving it off. If you've already succumbed to it, there's no hope for you anyway so you might as well take a look. From time and location-sensitive musical radios to heartbreak on display, these cultural activities you can experience from home are worth checking out even if you're not required to stay home.

Image: Cecilie Bahnsen: Inside the Design Studio, Louisiana Channel, 2020, film still.

ArtOpps of the Week - Art Jameel Commissions: Digital

Art Jameel Commissions: Digital is inviting artists from or based in the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey and those around the world who have sustained and demonstrable links to, and a meaningful understanding of, the wider ‘Middle East region to propose projects, artworks or experiences that engage with time. The winning commission will be awarded a prize of USD 7,500.

  Spotlight: Live Student Performance

Tune in May 15 at 8pm BST for Speaking in Tongues, a performance-based project devised by Fine Art students of Central Saint Martins developed in a partnership with The National Gallery, London’s Learning & National Programmes.

  Spotlight: Online Screening

Displaced Belongings presents six recent film and video works by Asian artists that explore the complex nature of identity. Dialogues are drawn through themes such as gender, race, class and self-image, artists express their identities, uncovering and recovering memories to analyse daily life.

  Spotlight: Art in Public

Charlotte Dualé’s series 'Ecke' (corner) (2017) is viewable in a public vitrine in Berlin-Mitte, bringing light to the streets in these peculiar times. The ceramic triangle shapes, glazed in different colours, remind of bone structures which are in a sloppy manner combined with plastic wax.

  LA Art Pick of the Week

For his exhibition Journeyman at Klowden Mann, Rodrigo Valenzuela has fabricated a raised plywood floor that extends across the entire gallery and into which he has inset ceramic sculptures. On the walls are large-scale photogravures- constructions and performances for the camera, set up to be photographed from a fixed perspective. Continue reading Jody Zellen's review.

  Artist Opportunities

A weekly updated selection of international open calls for contemporary art related competitions, prizes, exhibitions, awards, proposals, and grants for artists, writers, and curators.

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