Altered States: Judging

With over 140 films submitted, the selection process for Altered States has begun.

The online submission has now closed 

Thank you to everyone who submitted work to us. We have been amazed by the amount of interest in our artist’s moving image show—over 140 artists applied. We’re now looking forward to viewing all the submissions.

We’ll be contacting all artists who submitted with our selection results by May 1st


We are looking for artists’ moving image work for the exhibition Altered States which will take place in The Crypt of St John’s Church as part of the Waterloo Festival in June 2018. Exhibiting artists will include members of The London Group, invited artists and those selected in this open call.

LOCIS, Bryan Benge

The theme for this year’s Waterloo Festival is ‘Transforming Minds’ and inspiration for this exhibition is taken from the 1980’s science fiction film, Altered States, where a scientist explores new levels of consciousness using mind altering drugs. Interpretations of this title are multiple, but could include psychological change, changes in society/technology that lead to changes in thought/perception and changes in people’s relations and subjectivity with the world (perhaps through an encounter with art).

Altered States will be curated by The London Group members David Theobald and Genetic Moo.

Exhibition details
Where: The Crypt at St John’s Waterloo, Waterloo Road, London SE1 8TY
When: Mon 11 to Mon 18 June 2018 / everyday 1pm-8pm and 12pm-6pm Sun
Preview evening: Mon 11 June 6pm – 9pm
Admission: FREE

Terms and conditions
1. Submitted moving image work can be films or loops but must have maximum run time of 5 minutes
2. If selected, artists need to send the curators an .mp4 or .mov of their work by WeTransfer
3. We ask that exhibiting artists be available for one day of invigilation, please state availability on application

If you require further information, contact Nicola at geneticmoo@gmail.com

Deadline: Ended on Mon 16 April

 
 
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