Entry deadline - 13 Oktober 2020
In the photo - artwork “Golden Triangle” by Jan Drzewiecki (Poland). Foto by Alvis Misjuns.
As a geometric concept, asymmetry embodies the idea of oppositionality. Every second, there are divergent and counter-forcing processes in the world. The contrast between the symmetrical and the asymmetrical is often the difference between things made by humans and those which occur in nature. Objects, technologies and ideas created by humans are frequently based on repetition and have symmetrical or systemic structures. But there are no straight lines in nature. Every object is unique in form, and even the human body is asymmetric. As a concept, asymmetry is in a sense the foundation of beauty.
We invite artists to create works from porcelain based on the theme of “Asymmetric Movements” in accordance with their own vision and understanding of the concept, manifesting this through aesthetic means of expression and technical solutions of their own choosing.
The exhibition will run at Riga Porcelain Museum from 27 November 2020 to 17 January 2021.
The works must have been created within the last two years and comprise at least 70% porcelain, with dimensions of 15x15x15 cm for individual objects or groups of several objects. Artists shall declare they are participating by sending a completed application form and a photograph of their work to email@example.com by 13 October 2020.
Selection process and other information:
· Selected artists will be informed personally until October 21, 2020.
· Selected artists must deliver their artworks to the exhibition venue – Riga Porcelain Museum – until November 10, 2020.
· All delivery expenses to the exhibition venue, as well as insurance costs must be covered by the artist.
· The photos of the artwork and the information provided in the entry form can be used for publicity purposes of the exhibition.
· The artists are offered the option to donate their artworks to the Riga Porcelain Museum after the exhibition. If you agree, please indicate so by checking the appropriate check-box in the entry form.
For further questions, please, contact Curator of the exhibition Ieva Nagliņa
+ 371 29117405