Coveted III: New Histories
With the rise of new media, there has been a corresponding rise in the prominence of digital art. This new form of art is characterized by its use of digital technology, and it often explores themes of gender and identity. In particular, many digital artists are women who are using their work to examine the role of women in society. While traditional forms of art often reinforce oppressive gender norms, digital art offers a new way of thinking about these issues. By experimenting with form, content, and process, digital artists create powerful works that challenge the status quo and offer new perspectives on feminine identity. In doing so, they are helping to shape the future of art—and redefining what it means to be a woman in the 21st century.
This call for artwork is focused on digital arts and new media that explores themes of gender and identity. We invite women, non-binary people, and marginalized members of all racial and cultural backgrounds the opportunity to apply. This exhibit is open to all mediums, including but not limited to painting, sculptural works, photography, projection art, new media, and performances.