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  Submission Procedure Checklist: Artwork

Use the checklist below to ensure that your submission is complete and meets all applicable program requirements.

Requirements for All Submissions
Complete the online SIGGRAPH 2004 Art Gallery: Synaesthesia Submission Form. There you will find instructions on how to complete the online form. When you complete your submission form, you will receive a submission ID number. Take note of this number for the rest of the submission requirements. A separate submission form must be completed for each submitted work.

If you are submitting a paper or critical essay, or screen-based interactive programs or web-based art, please use Submission Procedure Checklist: Papers or Submission Procedure Checklist: Screen-Based Art.

Still or moving pieces that hang on the wall
These works must be submitted online only and must include:
  • Title, size (including the frame), medium, and date of the final artwork.

  • One digital image of the highest quality possible, at least 300 dpi at 4 inches tall x 5 inches wide, pixel resolution of at least 1500 x 1200, TIFF or EPS files, no compression, MAC or PC platforms. Images must be submitted in digital format.

  • Artist's statement of no more than 400 words. Include a description of the ideas and intent of your work.

  • Publishable technical statement of 400 words or less. This statement should explain how digital or electronic technology was involved in the piece.
Maximum number of works per artist: four. A separate submission form must be completed for each submitted work.

Sculptures and site-specific works
All online submissions must include:
  • Title, size, medium, and date of the final artwork.

  • Publishable artist's statement of 400 words or less.

  • Publishable technical statement of 400 words or less. This statement should explain how digital or electronic technology was involved in the piece.

  • Uploadable versions of your optional supporting materials: one or more videos in a commonly viewable format (QuickTime, MPEG, AVI with DivX); one or more images in a commonly viewable format (JPEG).

  • A detailed floor plan including floor space required, dimensions of all components, and lighting, audio, power, and network requirements. Include a list of required hardware and software that you will provide.
Maximum number of works per artist: four. A separate submission form must be completed for each submitted work.

Installations, virtual environments
Please note that this year installations and virtual environments must be submitted to Emerging Technologies. However, some fine art installations and virtual environments will be selected by Emerging Technologies jury and shown in either Emerging Technologies or the Art Gallery, if appropriate.

Animation and video works
Please note that this year animations must be submitted to the Computer Animation Festival so that all animations are eligible for the Electronic Theater. Selected fine art animations will also be shown both in the Animation Theater and the Art Gallery.
 
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