Monday, May 16, 2005

Call for Artists: Video Art for Tom Bradley International Terminal LAX

Video Art in Tom Bradley International Airport - CA
Deadline: May 23, 2005. The City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department seeks to establish a pre-qualified pool of up to twenty (20) Video artists/artist teams to be considered for the upcoming Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) projects at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Artists who have experience working with multiple screen projections and are capable of occupying an entire space on a grand scale are being sought. The artists should address the context of the airport and the City of Los Angeles and help create an impressive moving visual art environment. This is an exciting opportunity for Video Artists to collaborate with a team and generate work that will enhance a dynamic space and engage millions of visitors each year. The artwork will be exhibited on a video wall and/or a linear “film strip”. The video wall is comprised of 20 40”LCD screens and covers an area approximately 25 feet wide and 10 feet high. The film strip consists of 58 back-to-back 40” LCD screens with an overall length of approximately 90 feet. Both locations provide opportunities for artists to create works with temporary or permanent Video art installations. Questions: Noah Davis: 213.473.8570. Download application at:

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