Call for Artist Entries for Looking In/Looking Out Show at BronxArtSpace

The next Synthetic Zero show at BronxArtSpace, Looking In/Looking Out, co-curated by Emily Roberts-Negron and Mitsu Hadeishi has an open call for artist submissions. The curators are looking for visual art, performance, experimental video, music, readings, dance, or other work for the show.*

About the show theme:  

Looking in: I look at you, but I see a mixture of me and you, a facade of our reflections. When we look in on someone or some thing, we imagine what we see doesn’t notice our gaze, yet the act of looking forever changes what we see as well as ourselves. Can we ever really be separate from what we see? Can we ever really touch what we see?

Looking out: A romantic gesture beyond ourselves. We look out at what appears to be a/the/our world, surrounding us in sequence. But its expanse is indefinite. How far can we see before the lines begin to blur?

Can we see without looking?

Please email us at with information about your submission; links, images, artist statement. If you would like to submit video, please do NOT send DVDs — send links to videos on Vimeo, YouTube, or download links for video files.

Please feel free to submit any and all work related to the theme closely or remotely. The submission deadline is October 10.

Please call 718 772-4961


The art space is at 305 E. 140th St., #1A, Bronx NY 10454, about 20 minutes from Union Square. From Manhattan, 4-5 train to 125th, transfer to 6, one stop to 3rd Ave/138th St, it’s 2 blocks from there. Note there are two exits at 3rd Ave/138th, one at Alexander Ave and one at 3rd Ave. Ring 3A or 1B if 1A does not answer.




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