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Call for: sound submissions
Whose Museum

This summer Transnational Queer Underground went to Malmö, Sweden, to be part of a year-long exhibition project by the art collective/artists’ museum Whose Museum. Together we organized a series of activities stretching from noise-poems, dance parties and talks, to photographs and films giving insight into different queer realities (from a previous TQU open call – thank you!).

MEDIUM:

Podcast

Looking for:

Whose Museum is now looking for submissions of sounds or audio works to be made into a Transnational Queer Sound Collage! The work can be between 1 second and 30 minutes long. Don’t worry about the quality of it, and all formats should be workable – but ideally MP3 or WAV files. Please include any limitations you have for the integrity of the work, or how open you are to it being transformed. Information about the recording and yourself is very welcome but anonymity will be wholly respected.

The work will be presented on the third episode of Whose Museum Podcast, which will also feature members of Transnational Queer Underground (TQU) who visited Malmö in June.

Links & Contact:

Please send your submissions to info@whosemuseum.org by October 7th 2019

Read more about Whose Museum’s year-long exhibition project here: http://www.krets.info
And listen to previous episodes of the Whose Museum Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-podcast-about-whose-museum/id1462491403

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