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Call for Artists  Peripheral ARTeries is inviting entries for the competition to find the most interesting emerging worldwide artists in various fine arts disciplines.

The contest, on its 16th edition, comes under the sign of collaborative networking and will once again explore and show current trends and tendencies in Contemporary Art.

All we aim to is to encouraging artists to innovate and create. Accordingly, worldwide artists at any career-stage can submit their works. Several kinds of art are welcomed, even though we use to focus on visual arts. Each artist may submit a maximum of three works made in any technique:

  • Video Art & Short Film
  • Fine Art Photography
  • Painting
  • Experimental Media
  • Mixed Media
  • Installation
  • Public Art
  • Performance
We are open to all proposed forms of art and media and we focus to works which causes people to reflect on the larger community and a kind of art capable of changelling the viewers’ traditional perspective on art itself.

This competition aims to give the impetus and opportunity to artists to work between the boundaries of  Contemporary Art.

Deadline: July 7th, 2023

Exhibition  UCSC's Digital Arts and New Media MFA exhibition: NEW ALCHEMY

by Laura Gonzales
"Whatever your gender, your body is politicised in ways you cannot control. If you are female, or gender queer, there is also a fight against power. The works in Body Anxiety specifically problematise the image of women in the media and in the art world. Women artists, they claim with good arguments, are powerless; sothe show gives time and space to a group of artists the curators call ‘female painters’. She recontextualises painting for this exhibition, where most artists use their own bodies as canvases for video performances, sound works, photographs and writing. Perhaps this is peinture féminine to Helene Cixous’ écriture féminine.


Olga Karyakina
"When you are a foreigner,  you feell ike a highlighted person. I felt a high level of «what does it mean to be highlighted»,"
"The majority of my work is conceptual, and I will sit for hours at a desk trying to
find the right structure and symbolism."
"Information and emotions are always expressions of love as sequences of numbers from  one person to another. "
"The urge to capture the whole is too strong to be carelessly ignoring it. I don't take pictures, I
make them"
"My main drive to make art is
a pursuit of truth around how images function
through a long line of experi-mentation."

"What is characteristic of contemporary art is simply to raise questions, of any kind emerging  and to communica- te in presence.

A capacity to remove our short comings to create a
fantasy. Despite the remoteness of my life , our paths find an intersection"
"My research is
oriented towards a dreamlike, reflection of an allegory of our cells,  trying to transform reality."
"I  focus on experiment visual sensa- tions through conflict crea- ting a parallel, universe"
"A work of art should pro-
voke my intellect  to question
my desire to understand"
"I aim at developing a counterpart of digital media, focussing my research on human acting"
"Through informal archeological investigations
I capitalize on the challenges of memory."
"My intent is to explore
phenomenon imposed by the underwater space and its relations".
Kristina Sereikaite
"My main subject is the human being as an existence that naturally contains the deepest secrets"
Dorothee Zombronne
"My works are investigations
about  memo- ries, the mean- ing of time and stories that ne- ver happened"
"My initial decision to focus on movement comes from my own physical moving"
Artist Trevor Paglen in conversation with Jenny Holzer, New York
Date: Thursday, December 3, 2015, 10am to 11:30am- Filmed on site at Art Basel in Miami Beach 2015
Trevor Paglen and Jenny Holzer discuss their work and new ideas regarding current information and communication conditions.

Paglen traces paths of information-gathering systems – including satellites and, most recently, worldwide internet cable structures – to reveal fragile and complex power structures.
Neo-conceptual artist Jenny Holzer, active since the early 1970s, presents her astringent ideas, arguments and sorrows in public places and international exhibitions – rivaling ignorance and violence with humor, kindness and moral courage.
Trevor Paglen, Artist, New York, in conversation with Jenny Holzer, Artist, New York
Moderator: Kate Crawford, Professor, Author and Founding Member of Deep Lab, New York. Paglen’s work has had one-person exhibitions at Vienna Secession and Protocinema Istanbul and participated in group exhibitions the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Tate Modern, and numerous other venues.

SPECIAL THANKS TO: Gema Herrero (Spain) · Xavier Blondeau (France) · Tom Rawles (USA) · Ard Doko (the Netherlands) · Kalli Kalde (Estonia) · Gabri Solera (Spain) · Bertholdus Sibum (Germany) · Ulvi Haagenstein (Germany) · Scott D'Arcy (United Kingdom) · Oxana Jad (Germany / Russia) · Ellen van der Schaaf (the Netherlands) · Adel Gorgy (USA) · Ana Cvejic (Serbia) · Brian Franklin (USA) · Riedstra (Germany) · Larry Williams (USA) · Alina Serebrennikov (Russia / Germany) · Ralph Klewitz (USA) · Stella Karageorgi (Greece) · Elah (Belgium) · Jodie Woodcock (USA) · Marcel Burger (Belgium) · Jolanta Gmur (Serbia) · Jolanda Straathof (the Netherlands) · Tugba Renkci (Turkey) · Sharyn O'Shaughnessy (Ireland) · Tanya Stadnichenko (Russia) · Kristina Sereikaite (Germany) · Scott D'Arcy (United Kingdom) · Oxana Jad (Germany / Russia) · Bill Psarras (Greece) · Ben Hollis (USA) · Heng Chang-Chen (Spain) · Marta Ivanova (the Netherlands) · Ido Friedman (Israel) · Riley Arthur (Ireland) · Marco Visch (Germany) · Renata Gandra (Germany) · Scott D'Arcy (United Kingdom) · Oxana Jad (Germany) · Nicole Ennemoser (Austria) · Rebecca Gischel (Germany) · Picaroon (Germany/United Kingdom) · Nathalie Borowski (Germany) · Slav Nedev (Bulgaria) · Troy Hourie (USA) · Trystan MacKendrick (United Kingdom) · Roberto Grana (Uruguay) · Marie Lang (USA) · Carola Perla (USA) · Jon Barwick (Austria) · Scott Vogel (Germany) · Dorothee Zombronner (Germany) · Joanna Tam (United Kingdom) · Rait Rosin (Lithuania) · Keith Anderson (USA) · Alma Bakiaj (Uruguay) · Heidrun Klos (Germany) · Antonia Cocic (Austria) · Sanne Van Gent (The Netherlands) · Deborah Esses (United Kingdom) · Louise Winter (United Kingdom) · Sara True (Israely) · Yumiko Ono (Japan) · Maike Hemmers (The Netherlands) · Aylwin Greenwood (Usa) · C.A. Way (USA) · Bug Davidson (USA) · Steven Stark (USA) · Mak Ying Tung (USA) · Pia Crusalegui (USA) · Jennifer Sims (Usa) · Hortenese Le Calvez (France) · Mathieu Goussin (France) · Sarah Hill (USA) · Bahar B. Faraz (USA) · Derek Scholte (The Netherlands) · Olvia Punnett (USA) · Agent X (Canada) · Courtney A. Henderson (USA) · Lefteris Yakoumakis (Greece) · Paul Harrison (USA) · Hortnese Le Calvez (France) · Jamal De Jong (USA) · Brandon Barr (USA) · Tuomas Koskialho (Russia) · Derek Scholte (The Netherlands) · Marilyn Gaffney (USA) · Tal Regev (Israel) · Anthony Murray (USA) · Schultz Feat Vdrey (France) · Rebecca Moradalizadeh (USA) · Paul Harrison (USA) · Hortnese Le Calvez (France) · Jamal De Jong (USA) · Brandon Barr (USA) · Tuomas Koskialho (Russia) · Derek Scholte (The Netherlands) · Marilyn Gaffney (USA) · Tal Regev (Israel) · Anthony Murray (USA) · Zilamar Takeda (Brazil) · Schultz Feat Vdrey (France) · Rebecca Moradalizadeh (USA) · Jessica Bingham (USA) · Robert Hamilton (Canada) · Isabel Becker (Germany) · Carrie Alter (USA) · Anastasiya Labada (Belarus) · Paula Flores (Mexico) · Ecaterina Scorus (Romania) · Elizabeth Zaikowski (USA) · Eike Waltz (USA) · Matthias Callay (USA) · Luiza Zimerman (Poland) · S. Thornton (USA) · Kadi Kusnets (Estonia) · Sumiko Shimada (Japan/USA) · Banaz Jacob (Belgium) · Elodie Abergel (France) · Kristopher Dolphin (USA) · Stacie Birky Greene (USA) · Przemyslaw Sanecki (UK) · Tarrvi Laamann (Estonia) · Tiff Graham (USA) · Tonya Amyrin Rice (USA) · Krsto Borozan (Montenegro) · Andie Jairam (USA) · Fabian Freese (Switzerland) · Julia Uberreiter (Austria) · Carla Forte (USA) · Marta Kosieradzka (Poland) · Sini Majuri (Finland) · Dee Hood (USA) · Alexander Ingram (USA) · Noel Basualdo (United Kingdom) · Marie Kazalia (USA) · Jennifer Sims (USA) · Kimi Hanauer (Germany) · Meike Lohmann (Germany) · Heidi Keyes (USA) · Geoffrey Stein (USA) · Agata Nowosielska (Poland) ·Mario D. Fischer (Austria) · Timothy H. Lee (USA) · Aimee Hertog (USA) · Diana Spiridou (Germany) · Blanca Gimenez (Spain) · Lisa Van Noorden (The Netherlands) · Garric Simonsen (USA) · Vale Berrat Garcia (Spain) · Liis Koger (United Kingdom) · Jenny Van Gimst (Belgium) · Caroline Becher (Sweden) Jeremy Newman (USA) · Ambrose Yalley (USA) · Courtney Henderson (USA) · Jeroen Nelemans (The Netherlands) · Francine Leclercq (USA) · Brigitte Dietz (Germany) · Nicole Benner (USA) · Clare Haxby (United Kingdom) · Val Wecerka (Austria) · Phil Toy (United Kingdom) · Sofia Plater (USA) · Abie Mackie (United Kingdom/Spain) · Paula Blower (Brazil/USA)