SMACH 2023 Biennale of the Dolomites now is over!
Cultural Association SMACH has opened its 6th international call for artists, for project proposals for artistic, sculptural and installation interventions that are able to engage with the peculiarities of Val Badia, the natural sites in which they will be hosted.
The 6th SMACH Biennale of the Dolomites, an international call for artists, organized by the SMACH Cultural Association now is calling for project proposals for artistic, sculptural and installation interventions that are able to engage with the peculiarities of Val Badia, the natural sites in which they will be hosted.
SMACH Biennale is a disseminated art exhibition that, every two years since 2012, has made a series of works conceived and installed in relation to some of the most beautiful places in Val Badia and the UNESCO Dolomites freely accessible to the public. To date, now in the project’s tenth anniversary year, the organizers have presented 50 installations (many of which are now permanently exhibited in the SMACH Val dl’Ert) selected for their aesthetic and conceptual capacities to dialogue with the nature, history, identity, and culture of the territory; to be able to propose non-stereotypical visions of the Alpine landscape and to stimulate critical and symbolic thinking.
The focus of SMACH 2023 is
Each participant may submit a maximum of 2 projects, but in the event of a win, only one can be selected.
The 10 winning projects will be realised thanks to the prize offered and presented in various Alpine locations in Val Badia, in the unique setting of the UNESCO Dolomites, from July to September 2023.
This competition is open to all individuals, collectives, informal groups of any provenance, age and background.
The 10 selected artists or group of artists will receive a prize of 2,000 Euro each.
The application fee is 15 Euro per project proposal, 30 euros for 2 proposals, which also marks the maximum number of applications that can be sent.