NASA recently released new high-resolution photographs of Pluto and its largest moon, Charon, unveiling images its spacecraft New Horizons had uncovered at the solar system's far out regions. As we get closer to understanding worlds beyond, outer space continues to be an abstract mystery, ripe with metaphor and science fiction...and naturally, photographic interpretation. With this move into new frontiers, for Humble Arts Foundation's next online exhibition, we want to see your vision of outer space. Abstraction, appropriation, strange narratives, and if you somehow broke through the atmosphere and "documented" your travels, we'd love to see those too.
Deadline: November 15th, 2015
- Email five (5) JPGs at 1000 pixels on the shortest side to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Space Jamz Submission" in the subject line, and each image titled with your name and the number of the image (i.e. Jane_Smith_01)
- Please do NOT submit zipped folders of images.
- Please submit your bio, statement and other information via THIS FORM.
Optional: Want quicker visibility on your submissions? Hashtag #spacejamzHAF and @humbleartsfoundation on Instagram after submitting via email.
- All submissions must follow the above guidelines.
- Jon Feinstein and Amani Olu will select photographers to feature in HAFNY's online group show #47: Space Jamz, which will go live on Humble's website in December, 2015. We will announce selected photographers via Humble's Instagram feed @humbleartsfoundation and through our mailing list.