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artcore journal, vol. 2, Issue 2
artcore journal’s seeks content for the fourth issue titled Introvert/Extrovert. Writers, curators, artists, and more are encouraged to submit a broad range of written and/or visual proposals that delve deeply into discussions, criticisms, and visual and curatorial perspectives that speak to the theme of this issue. Some topics for consideration may include but are not limited to—the trajectories and dichotomy of psychological space(s) as divergent perspectives on the meditative, introspective, and withdrawn conditions and its contrasting outgoing, unreserved, and unabashed contrarian course; aligned and disparate occurrences of the introvert/extrovert in contemporary art practice; aspects that correlate with modes of inner and outward visual expressions; investigations of the space(s) between these extreme binary opposites; and evolving and/or radical modes of transitional phases between these heterogeneous subjects—to name a few. The Introvert/Extrovert theme of this issue was inspired by recording artist Santigold’s lyrics for L.E.S. Artistes, in particular the following excerpt,
What am I here for
I left my home to disappear is all
I’m here for myself
Not to know you
I don’t need no one else
Fit in so good the hope is that you cannot see me later
You don’t know me
I am an introvert an excavator
I’m duckin’ out for now
A face in dodgy elevators
Creep up and suddenly
I found myself
As is artcore journal‘s rubric, contributions should also provide informative, rigorous, and unique content that speaks to the spatial considerations of the chosen topic.
Deadline for Abstracts
500 word maximum abstract and short biography: Monday, Sept. 30, 2013 | artcore journal will notify participants of decisions by Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013
email to email@example.com | Subject: Introvert/Extrovert
Final Submission: Monday, Dec. 9, 2013
Volume 2, Issue 2: Introvert/Extrovert Launch: Winter 2013/14
artcore journal Final Submission Guidelines
Contributors are responsible for the copyediting of their texts prior to final submission. A final text edit will be conducted for publication; submissions should be considered final prior to sending.
The author must obtain captions and permission for use of all images.
Example: Artist Name (first followed by surname), Title, date, medium, dimensions (inches or feet). Courtesy of the artists and (please list here gallery or other permission source).
Artist Project Guidelines
Artist project submissions should reflect the concept of the issue in consideration. Please accompany final submissions with a brief description of the project (100-500 words) as well as a brief biography of the artist(s).
artcore journal reserves the right to make final copyedit changes prior to publication.