2016 Land Art Generator Initiative

サステイナブルシティを目指すサンタモニカで、自然エネルギーや飲料水を生み出すことができるアートワークを提案する。場所は市のシンボル、サンタモニカ・ピア(桟橋)の先にある海洋上。

カテゴリ アイディアコンペ / 学生が参加できるコンペ
タイプ International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
ジャンル Art, Installation
開催地 Santa Monica, United States
登録締切日 15 May 2016 GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 15 May 2016 (via Online)
応募資格 All

Description
LAGI 2016 fits nicely into the context of the ongoing efforts being made in Santa Monica to increase efficiency of water consumption and to harvest water sustainably. The Santa Monica Pier is currently investigating ways to drastically reduce the use of potable water on site, like the use of recycled seawater for toilet flushing, to take one example.
The City of Santa Monica has demonstrated the ability of sustainable infrastructures to provide an aesthetic and educational amenity for the community through its Santa Monica Urban Runoff Recycling Facility (SMURFF), located just next to the Pier. Visitors to the facility can learn about stormwater runoff, water-borne particulates, filtration processes, and large-scale rainwater reuse at the facility, which treats an average of 500,000 gallons per day of urban runoff (and looks nice too).
Proposals to LAGI 2016 will serve to push the conversation even further and will provide new ideas for innovation. By elevating the vital urban systems that provide our energy and water to the level of public art, we can challenge those who would disapprove of these important infrastructures on aesthetic grounds, especially at sites that are cherished for their cultural value and identity (like the Santa Monica Pier Breakwater).

Jury
Senator Ben Allen, California State Senate (District 26), Chair, California State Legislature Joint Committee on the Arts
Kevin McKeown, Mayor, City of Santa Monica
Craig Watson, Director, California Arts Council
Eric Corey Freed, RA, LFA, LEED AP, Vice President Global Outreach, International Living Future Institute
Dean Kubani, Director, Office of Sustainability and Environment, City of Santa Monica
Jessica Cusick, Cultural Affairs Manager, City of Santa Monica
Tom Ford, Executive Director, The Bay Foundation
Dominique Smith, Executive Director, USGBC-LA Chapter
Shari Afshari, Deputy Director, County of Los Angeles Dept. of Public Works
Margaret Bruning, Director of Civic Art, Los Angeles County Arts Commission
David Hertz, FAIA, Founder and President, The Studio of Environmental Architecture (S.E.A.),
Elizabeth Corr, Manager Art Partnerships & Events, National Resoucres Defence Council (NRDC)
Trevor Lee, Principal, Supra futures
Jack Becker, Executive Director, Forecast Public Art + Public Art Review
Vicki Scuri, Vicki Scuri SiteWorks
Laura Watts, Associate Professor, Technologies in Practice (TiP) Research Group, IT University of Copenhagen
Santiago Muros Cortés, LAGI 2014 1st Place Winner

Prize
First Place: $15,000 (USD) Two members of the first place winning team will be flown to Los Angeles for the award ceremony and exhibition opening. Accommodations and airfare will be provided, but Visas and other travel requirements are the responsibility of the team members.
Second Place: $4,000 (USD)

Entry Fee
None

Entries
Three (3) A1 size layout boards
One (1) DOC or TXT format text file containing: a 1,200-word maximum written description
Three (3) to eight (8) JPG (300 dpi) image files (without text) or simple diagrams

Timetable
Selection and jury process: JUNE 2016
Winners and shortlist contacted: JULY 2016
Announcement of winner and award ceremony, Public exhibit of selected entries: OCTOBER 2016

Links
Past winners

Organizer
Society for Cultural Exchange

Official Website

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