Deadline: 20 January 2016
Call for entries

MUX: Asheville 2016
will continue to open the door to a moving image language set in Asheville, exhibiting a broad survey of video art from across the United States and international art communities. The 2016 show will explorethe language of information* and systems of connection, furthering the dialogue between the Asheville region and the rest of the world.

*(Refers to any communicative methodology, including but not limited to aesthetic or conceptual structures, choreography, composition, linguistics, memetics, montage, narrative, and semantics.)

The 2016 exhibition is curated by Shira Service and Alessandra Gomez. Service and Gomez are joined by Curt Cloninger as the panel of jurors.

FESTIVAL DATES: Summer, 2016

Submission guidelines & recommendations:


MUX: Asheville is accepting submissions of video work from national and international applicants for exhibition, Summer 2016, in Asheville, North Carolina. The call for entry accepts single and multi-channel digital video work, collaborative works, serial works (dependent on total run time), performance for camera, and video installation or sculptural video work (these will be managed as individual cases and will depend on the resources/capabilities of the artist and the exhibition space).

Please email the following to

1 PDF file containing:

-Artist bio (up to 300 words) and/or artist statement (up to 300 words)

-Project statement(s), (up to 500 words) If you are proposing a new project, submit a description of the concept and a production timeline.

-URL / link to video (with password if required for access). Please send no more than 15 minutes of video total.

-An updated Resume/CV

Paypal transaction ID # or receipt of $15 to (Use or select the “send money to friends and family” option).

Please include your first and last name in the email subject line (example: John Johnson, England)


CONTACT: For submission inquiries and the general public: email Media Contact: Shira Service,

MUX’s structure is derived from the term ‘multiplexing’ and operates as such: it allows for multiple data streams delivering varied signals to unite over a single channel. MUX offers a stereoscopic approach to curating new media that establishes perspectival depth through the formation of a body of work. Considering experimental works that explore, create, and challenge systems, modes of representation, and ideologies through the use of creative audio / video / performative language, MUX’s structurally conscious network subsumes geographic distances in exchange for a temporal omnipresence.
MUX: Asheville is a Video Art Festival created by video artists, art theorists, curators, & educators seeking to expand the field for new media and video art, easing the imbalance between artists and exhibition platforms.
The event honors work that explores, creates, and challenges systems and ideologies, using creative audio/video language sets to communicate ideas, systems, and narratives.
Submissions chosen for exhibition at MUX: Asheville will be selected without bias for degree-holding artists, and without bias towards extensive exhibition history. Work will be selected strictly for being quality contemporary art and for fulfilling all submission guidelines.
An international call for entries is open now through January 20th, 2016. A body of submitted works will be selected by a panel of jurors, and will be exhibited publicly in Asheville, NC (Summer 2016).
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