Artwork Submission Guidelines
All formats of work that include a computer or electronic
component in the process of creation or in the physical
(or virtual) artwork will be considered. These include,
but are not limited to: 2D and 3D digital images, 2D
and 3D animations and video, performance, sculpture,
installations, interactivity, Web sites, robotics, games,
and virtual environments. Each piece submitted MUST
show process as well as product. Work submitted without
accompanying process will not be accepted.
2D and 3D Digital
All still or moving pieces that hang on the wall.
Sculptures, Virtual Environments, Site-Specific, and
All pieces that require space in three dimensions.
Web Sites, CD-ROMs,
All pieces that are displayed strictly and only on a
single, stand-alone computer.
All pieces that are displayed on videotape.
This is a juried show. All works will be judged anonymously
by a panel of jurors. The works will be viewed shortly
after the submission deadline, and notification of acceptance
will be emailed in early March.
A summary of what you will receive if your work is accepted
by SIGGRAPH 2002. Each artist will be recognized in
an appropriate SIGGRAPH 2002 publication, which will
include color images, artists' statements, technical
statements, and essays.