Feed Your Demons and Meet the Ally
DetailsProposing to explore the artists’ personal relationship with their inner demons, ‘Feed Your Demons and Meet the Ally’ functions as a curated, ZIP-compressed, collection of material from around the world surrounding the subject of demons in time of emergency. Just like social isolation has confined many of us inside the private spaces of our homes, the download of the exhibition file allows the user’s encounter with the work to play out within the private stage of the desktop. As usual for all ONE Project exhibitions, the focus is on work of art: in this case, a ZIP file containing a plethora of material including videos, sounds, images, texts, and documentation of physical artworks.
Whether you decide to challenge or feed your inner demons during these unfamiliar times, creating art is a good way to assist you in doing so and collaborating to do it even more. Yet, we know it is not easy to be creative when you are in the middle of a storm. Capitalist messages are still circulating despite the crisis and artists are feeling pressured to produce more, make something new and learn new skills. We do not want to force you to be so.
All we ask is to submit a file to firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and an image, video, or text document that challenge us to think about demons in time of emergency.
Details you need to provide us with
A short bio (approximately 100 words)
A caption to your submitted work
Please add the word SUBMISSION in the subject of your email
We do not allow dangerous individuals or organizations to use the exhibition to promote terrorism, crime, hate speech, or other types of behaviour that could cause harm. Exceptions are works (Educational, historical, satirical, artistic, and other content) that can be clearly identified as counterspeech or aims to raise awareness of the harm caused by dangerous individuals and/or organizations.
We prohibit the trade, sale, promotion, and use of certain regulated goods, as well as the promotion of criminal activities.
We do not allow content that is excessively gruesome or that glorifies abject violence or suffering.
We do not allow submissions depicting sexual exploitation or that sexually objectify minors.
Deadline for Submissions
1st of June 2020
This project is a collaboration between Magdalena Zoledz (representing ONE Project) and Francesco Imola.