The Overlook is seeking submissions for our March & April Artist Residency program, Multitude.
Who is The Overlook:
The Overlook provides emerging women artists, queer artists, and artists of color a platform to further their practice and audience through a studio residency, exhibitions, and programming.
What is Multitude:
Multitude is an annual residency between four artists working in diverse mediums to create a collaborative themed publication. The theme of 2018's publication is "trauma."
Trauma means something different to everyone. We have all been affected by certain events in our or even other people's lives. This feeling, this state of mind and body can be expressed in multitudes. Trauma carries weight and has depth. As artists and as a community it is our duty and passion to explore the constant varying weight and depth of the human experience. This Multitude season at the Overlook we look forward to discovering what our four selected artists are able to achieve together in order to express the universal however singular nature of trauma.
About the residency:
Working as a four artist collaboration, Multitude brings together diverse mediums, practices, and artistic backgrounds to produce a on of a kind publication. Residents will work closely in the Overlook studio throughout March and April in making new collaborative work under the theme of the publication.
2017's Multitude // At it's inception, Multitude brought together four artists with backgrounds ranging from music, photography, arts administration, illustration, poetry, and art therapy to create a publication under the theme of "Humanness." See the artist book here, http://bit.ly/2CHLJBc.
**we have been having issuses with the google form submissions so please follow the new submission guide below**
Please email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line of "Multitude Submission" by midnight on Feb 2nd.
1. Tell us about you, your creative practice, and your work!
2. What mediums do you work in/with?
3. What are some intentions you've set for 2018?
4. What is 'trauma' to you? Is this something you think about/make work about/work
through/distance yourself from?
5. What books are you currently reading? What work is inspiring you currently?
6. Have you ever worked collaboratively before? If so, what were the pros and cons? If
not, what would you be excited about and what would you be nervous about?
7. What role would you most likely take on when working in a collaborative group?
8. What is your website/instagram info?
9. Do you live in Chicago and have access to our space in Logan Sq?