Our sister publishing project, Subjectively Objective, is accepting submissions of up to 20 images for the upcoming book & exhibition, Investigations in Infrastructure, curated by Noah Waldeck. The Submissions Deadline is June 22nd, 2020. Everyone who submits is entitled to a free copy* of the book, regardless of whether your work is accepted. Accepted artists will appear in the book, online exhibition, and physical exhibition at Subjectively Objective’s Detroit area gallery space.
Submitting also gives you a chance to be showcased in one of Subjectively Objective’s associate curator Valérie Timmermans’ Features. The sooner you submit, the greater your chance of being one of Valérie’s Features.
We’re defining “Infrastructure” in the broadest possible terms, so we’re interested in seeing any contemporary landscape, conceptual, portrait, or documentary work depicting an underlying system that forms the basis of the world around us. So don’t let the title limit you. If you want an idea of the type of imagery we’re particularly interested in, take a look at Observations in the Ordinary, Volume 2: Subjectively Objective, The Vernacular of Landscape, our Instagram Gallery, or any of our other publications. Don’t hold back though, we’re always looking out for ways to feature or publish good work, even if it isn’t right for this publication.
The follow up to Subjectively Objective’s previous call for entries, Observations in the Ordinary and The Vernacular of Landscape, which resulted in books featuring 192 artists, physical exhibitions in Detroit and NYC, online exhibitions, numerous Instagram features, and 35 Subjectively Objective monograph magazines for artists who submitted (with even more on the way, including some full size monographs). We receive so much great work that it’s never possible to include everything, so even if you’ve submitted before, we’d love to see your work again!
Once you’ve paid your submission fee, you’ll be able to download a PDF which provides further instructions on the submissions process.