多伦多 Winter Stations 2021 临时冬季艺术装置国际竞赛:Refuge(避难所)

  • 竞赛主题: Refuge
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  • 报名费用:免费报名
  • 报名时间:2020年11月03日 16:00 - 2020年11月17日 23:00
  • 报名已结束
  • 作品提交:2020年11月17日 23:00

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竞赛简介:
该竞赛由加拿大安大略省多伦多每年举办一次。参与者的任务是设计临时的冬季艺术装置,其中包括现有的一些救生塔,这些塔结构(冬季不使用)在设计中不能被忽略。
 
和往年一样,冬季空间站打算在资金允许的情况下,为海滨为期六周的展览建造大约四个获奖提案。
 
今年的主题是Refuge(避难所),回顾已经过去历经新冠的一年,仔细思考避难所对我们每个人意味着什么?如何在参观者需要安全距离、无法身体接触的情况下表达表现?参赛资格不限,无需报名费,需要考虑预算与实际安装的技术实现。
 
 What is Winter Stations?
Winter Stations is a single-stage international design competition held annually in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Participants are tasked with designing temporary winter art installations which incorporate existing lifeguard towers spaced strategically across the city’s Kew and Woodbine beaches. The structures (not in use in the wintertime) must not be ignored in the design and can be used as either an armature for the installations, a central feature, or other- wise linked to the installation.
 
As in previous years, Winter Stations intends to build approximately four winning proposals for a six-week exhibition along the waterfront, funding permitted.
 
While Toronto beaches are not typically as well visited in the colder seasons, Winter Stations has captured the imagination of the city. Designers can expect their designs to be well-visited, and should anticipate public interaction.

The competition is open to everyone in the world. There is no fee to enter.
 
2021 Theme: Refuge
For the Winter Stations 2021 edition, we may reflect back on the year we have left behind and consider what refuge means to each of us: a shelter; a place of comfort and security, a sanctuary. As a community we may offer refuge. As individuals, we may protect one another, providing respite from danger or insulation from harsh realities. Refuge evokes discovery and the idea of exploring remote places. It reflects a renewed appreciation of the outdoors, while highlighting the importance of our safe spaces.
 
Each Winter Station practically acts as a refuge from the elements, so this year we suggest design competitors play with the literal and figurative, exploring what refuge means as we re-examine the importance of public space. How can we evoke refuge in an exhibition that will necessitate physical distance between visitors? And how can we promote interactivity when our ability to relate with the stations may have to omit physical touch in the name of safety.
 
The Lifeguard Stands
The lifeguard stands are essentially identical. They are sturdy steel structures to which the installation can be fastened. The method of fastening is up to each competitor, however it must not result in any damage to (or modification of) the structure.
 
Please assume minimal security and the possibility of vandalism or simply wear and tear from the curious. There would be no power or utilities available. Installations should not propose use of electricity or fire. Proposals should indicate how materials would be disposed of, recycled and/or repurposed at the end of the display period.
 
Submission Guidelines
The entries must be submitted electronically as two separate PDF files not exceeding 7MB each. Each entry should contain, in order, the following documents (in English):
 
Page One - 11” x 17” (279mm x 432mm) - Project Summary
1 page maximum
A maximum of 150 word text describing the project and presenting the experience offered by the visitors
Layout of selected images and drawings describing the project
 
Page Two - 11” x 17” (279mm x 432mm) - Images and Drawings
1 page maximum
4 main views or elevations of the installation indicating size and specification of materials
Entrant is free to choose the scale
A perspective showing the design in its entirety
Rough-order-of-magnitude cost for artwork installation
 
Notes:
Each document must include the name of the project however there must be no information on page one or two of the design proposal that would identify the entrant.
Only single-page PDFs will be accepted.
Proposals may be landscape or portrait format.
Please be aware that submissions will be reviewed by the jury as hard-copies (i.e. do not attempt to attach hyperlinks, videos, or any other digital content to the pdf files).
Submissions by email will not be accepted; if you wish to submit, please do so electronically through this website by signing up, logging in, and following submission instructions.
 
Additional Resource Files:
Download: WinterStations2020.zip( https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zTY_i2oRohs-Re8JGqFNG2bC6xjpXFH6/edit  )
 
Budget
Proposals should adhere to the following budget for submissions:
$5,000.00 CAD for materials
$10,000.00 CAD for labour
 
Honorarium
An honorarium will be provided to winners and allocated as follows:
Design Fee - $3,500.00 CAD
Artist Travel and Expenses - $1,500.00 CAD (if applicable).

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