2020 Solo Exhibition of Immersive Art
July 1, 2019
Organization Name: Method Gallery
Organization Location: Seattle, WA
Type: Calls & Submissions
METHOD is accepting submissions from individual artists in the Pacific Northwest for a solo exhibition scheduled during the 2020 exhibition calendar.
Please note that METHOD Gallery solely exhibits installation art and is seeking exceptional works in this arena only.
Professional Artists (in any medium) residing in The Pacific Northwest are invited to apply (WA, OR, ID and B.C.) Women artists, artists in communities of color and LGBTQAI artists are strongly encouraged to apply! Diversity in our gallery has been a big goal of ours since we opened 7 years ago… Help us spread the word to these communities and encourage their applications!
Groups of artists that wish to collaborate to create one cohesive artwork (rather than a group show) are also welcome to apply.
The mission of METHOD is to foster and exhibit sculpture and immersive installation art that regards process, material, and concept, while engaging the gallery space.
We endeavor to:
– promote a changing program of visually stimulating, well-researched, and thoughtful subversive installation exhibitions.
– provide a venue for interdisciplinary thinking that supports exploration and creative problem solving
– provide a contemporary exhibition space for artists who are working outside the traditional commercial standard.
– offer a platform for discussion on artistic content, aesthetics, technical considerations, experimentation, and the creative process that are supported by artists’ talks.
– present exhibitions that question, inform, and inspire through engagement with the larger community.
WE WILL BE SELECTING ARTWORK THAT MOST CLEARLY ALIGNS WITH OUR GALLERY MISSION AND THAT UTILIZE NEW WORKS DEDICATED TO DEEPLY TRANSFORMING THE GALLERY SPACE FOR THE VIEWING PUBLIC.
We ask all of our artists to embrace the window view as a primary exhibition experience. Please address this in your application by telling us about this vantage point. It should be an integral part of the exhibit.