Magnetic Sound | Temporary NYC Public Art
A brief proposal for exhibition of Magnetic Sound artwork in NYC Public Spaces.
1) Resume of Artist + Artist Statement
Information about Magnetic Sound project, team, and partnering organizations located here.
Exhibition History and non-exhaustive list of notable collections/commissions located here.
Artist statement located here.
2) Up to 10 images of previous work
Our general portfolio page shows previous site-specific installations, user interaction, etc, located here.
Additional piece-specific details with dates, dimensions, and materials as requested, located here.
3) Description of proposed exhibition, including dimensions, weight, installation method
Please follow this link to our newest immersive sound installation, "Infinity"
4) Installation Budget + Sponsoring Organizations.
We’re just looking to make pre-existing works accessible to the public… the only expenses will be the labor to transport/install, which we can handle ourselves.
Previous sponsors that have provided grants or in-kind support include Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center, Canon Inc., D.S. Solidworks Corp., Intel Inc., NEW INC, Trestle Gallery, Mombucha Kombucha, apexart, littleBits Electronics, Inc., Boston Cyber Arts Gallery, and The New York State Council on Arts.
A non-exhaustive list of supporting sponsors + partners located here.
Contact Info of studio lead for any financial inquiries: MJ Caselden, email@example.com, 718-838-9206
5) Proposed Duration + Exhibition Period
Standard 3-4 month exhibition. We are open to more long-term relationships with the right space.
Proposed start date: mid-June. We can push this back if necessary.
6) Proposed Location
While we had intended this proposal for structures within Central Park, we are open to suggestion on exhibition locations, and possibly even executing multiple showings.
One significant goal is to set the works up in high-volume areas, to expose the works to as many people as we can, to help us grow the project.
Detailed requirements for exhibition (ambient noise, power, etc) discussed in the proposal above (see item #3).