Our ninjas over at the PINKCOMMAGALLERY are looking for entries of “design works that represent creative approaches and solutions to issues in contemporary design” for the first ever Design Biennial Boston 2010 exhibit.
A jury will be selecting works that they feel represent “the most significant emerging voices among Greater Bostonâ€™s early- career design talent (including practices working in architecture, landscape architecture, graphic design, industrial design, and interior design)” for an exhibition opening late this Spring.
Applicants must practice in Greater Boston [so non-Beantown ninjas need not apply, sorry], must have graduated from a design or architecture program, must be presenting work that was completed independently, and must have been independently practicing for fewer than 10 years or 45 years old or younger. Applicants can be a team if they all meet these requirements.
The jury will include:
Mark Pasnik, Chris Grimley and Michael Kubo, pinkcomma gallery
Stefane Barbeau, Vessel Inc.
Beate Becker, DIGMA
Eric HÃ¶weler, HÃ¶weler + Yoon Architecture
Fritz Klatke, Visual Dialogue
Dennis Kois, Director, DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
Amanda Lawrence, PRAXIS and Northeastern
Beth Whittaker, MERGE Architects
Submissions must be received by 4 p.m. at the gallery on 12 March 2010.
If you think you’ve got the stuff, get some work together and submit [download PDF of guidelines and submittal forms here]! I look forward to seeing the results – and hope to feature some examples of the works chosen here on AMNP later this Spring.
Posted: February 26th, 2010
at 1:36pm by orangemenace
Comments: No comments