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the eco-climate

crisis?|

How to 

communicate

the eco-climate

crisis?|

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The

poster 

It is necessary for the artistic production to focus on the creation of works whose final output will be a print from a digital file in Poster format, because it allows for replication in different places of the exhibition event as envisaged in this project. Any material contributions or performances should be submitted in agreement with the specific gallery concerned and will only be visible locally and possibly as multimedia documentation on the website.
 
The submitted artworks will be added to the kit of posters and images created in the previous edition, from which those who are trying to spread this message can draw from (all this obviously agreed and in respect of the artists' rights on the artworks).
We will ask participating artists to subscribe to the Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode).
 
Any revenue from posters sold during the exhibitions will be used to fund the project in the future. In case you choose not to subscribe to the license, this will not affect your participation in the selection or exhibition.
The project is under the artistic supervision of the curator and art critic Gabi Scardi, who together with the promoting group will select the most relevant works.
 
Each local organizational space will then be free to decide which of the works to exhibit. All the works submitted will remain visible and accessible on the Extinction Rebellion exhibition website. The first exhibition in 2021 featured around 35 works chosen from the 150 submitted by over 50 artists from all over the world

Selection process

The

poster

It is necessary for the artistic production to focus on the creation of works whose final output will be a print from a digital file in Poster format, because it allows for replication in different places of the exhibition event as envisaged in this project. Any material contributions or performances should be submitted in agreement with the specific gallery concerned and will only be visible locally and possibly as multimedia documentation on the website.

 

The submitted artworks will be added to the kit of posters and images created in the previous edition, from which those who are trying to spread this message can draw from (all this obviously agreed and in respect of the artists' rights on the artworks).

We will ask participating artists to subscribe to the Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode).

 

Any revenue from posters sold during the exhibitions will be used to fund the project in the future. In case you choose not to subscribe to the license, this will not affect your participation in the selection or exhibition.