Thank you for your Single Channel or Animation submission to CURRENTS 2023.
If your name, or the name of your group, is listed below, you have been invited to participate in CURRENTS 2023. Congratulations! The title of the piece, or pieces, selected is listed next to your name.
The selection process is a complex equation. This year we chose 18 videos from 670 submissions, 201 of them single channel videos. The 2024 call will be sent in August 2023 with a deadline in November. We look forward to seeing more of your work then.
If you have been selected please respond with an email acknowledging that you are aware of the determination and that you agree to participate. If possible, please include your cell phone number in the email.
Flury Adrian – Arrest in Flight
Aaron Bjork – A Chair Can Be Electrified
Thorne Brandt – AGOD
Nate Dorr + Ben Wigler – Algorithmia
Geraldine Erman – Ghosts and Guardians
Virginia Hilyard + Fiona Kemp – The edges of meaning
Annette Isham – Night Roses
Faiyaz Jafri – Are You OK?
Felix Klee – Hoamweh Lung
Amanda Madden – Home Abyss
Marcella Moliner + Sandra Annan + Merlin Simard + Sarah Boo – H.O.M.E. (Hoarding Old Memory Eggs)
Jeffrey Moser – Poppies Will Put Them to Sleep
Freya Björg Olafson + Emma Hendrix – Field Of View
Chenyu Sun + Shengyuan He – Sonnet of light, shadow and illusion
Caroline Turner + Ian Anderson + Katrina Eresman – ZEITGEBER
Richard Vickers – The Society of the Spectacle REDUX 2: Unified Division
Andy Wallace + Dan Friel – Killipede
Yu-Ching Wang – Neighbors
The first of a series of workshops on CryptoArt & NFTs, hosted by Jose Andres Rosero-Curet of DoinGud on December 11, 2021.
CURRENTS 2021 from install to opening night! Including interviews with 2021 artists Maryam Khaleghiyazdi, Kyoung + Scott Swearingen and Owen Lowery.
Video and interviews by Lana Salazar and Stephen Snyder, our awesome 2021 New Mexico Highlands University Documentation Interns!
June 18 – 27, 2021 at The Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe
CURRENTS multimedia artist, Zoey Lin, talks about her inspiration and process from her corner “shell-ter” studio. She discusses how she uses a combination of everyday materials and textures and new technologies to create immersive, experiential installations that explore what lies beneath the surface. Zoey has been using stop motion animation, VR, photogrammetry and 3D modeling to bring her handmade figures and environments to life. For more of Zoey’s work, check out linwanchen.com!