8 November 2008

Bizarre Cities tom VII: Spring 2009

Dear friends and mail artists,

I like to announce the new theme for next year's edition of Bizarre Cities: This time I like to explore the theme of "surveillance". All the global conspiracy theorists, CCTV collectors, state security lovers and street art activists among you are cordially invited to contribute.
The rules are the same as always: please submit 25 copies of a visual artwork in the format A4 (21x29,7cm or 8,27"x11,69" or something close to this). Please try to remain creative and avoid the "I want to be in" b/w photocopy, please. Bizarre Cities always contains a good number of "traditional" art techniques, like etchings, woodcuts or drawings. Texts are most welcome and could be submitted electronically.
For this theme I could also imagine receiving some short videos which would be burned on a CD and published together with the magazine.
I would suggest that your contribution should arrive not later than 31 December 2008.
As usual the copyleft and right remains with the authors and each contributor receives a copy of the assembling.
In case you are interested, please contact me. This makes it easier for resource planning and will avoid surprises at the censorship offices.
Regards, Mailworks@Bruxelles



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