OPEN CALL for UTOPIA-DYSTOPIA
Bronx-Breeze is looking for art works – painting, photography, video, multimedia – related to the topic of Utopia/Dystopia for our next exhibition.
Please send proposed artworks – up to six units with description, along with your resume that includes all of your contact information.
Application deadline: February 13.
Exhibition dates: February 19 – April 10
“In the second half of the 20th century, coming out of two world wars and with technology progressing at an unprecedented rate, it was widely believed that technological advancement would continue improving living conditions in an almost utopian way. Great technological achievements, progress in medicine and a greater sense of social responsibility gave rise to the idea that, for the first time in history, war, disease and poverty were all soluble problems.
But technology did not turn into that science-fiction dream of curing disease and ending world hunger. Instead it became a tool to observe and control people en masse…”
from Utopia to dystopia: technology, society and what we can do about it by Alejandro Garcia de la Garza
BRONX-BREEZE is a non-commercial apartment gallery. Our goal is to foster the cultural activities in our neighborhood: Mott Haven.
The gallery is very close to the Jackson Ave. station of the 2 & 5 lines.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Below is the link to the video of our previous exhibition.