Our virtual gallery provides artists with a space to display their work, free of charge. In these present challenging times with galleries being closed across the country, our gallery can provide an opportunity for artists to still showcase their work. We want all artists from any background to feel encouraged to participate in our upcoming exhibition events.
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” - George Bernard Shaw
What does identity mean to you? You can explore themes of sexuality, faith, families and relationships. We want art that demonstrates what it means to have an identity. Whether that be the types of clothes you wear, the way you speak or how you engage with society. Anything that makes you who you are.
Apply by following these steps:
Step 1: Submit up to 3 images in JPG/JPEG format. Images must be under 1 MG. Videos can be submitted by sending YouTube or Vimeo links.
Step 2: Provide descriptions of each artwork, e.g. Artist's Name, Title, media (painting, sculpture) size, year.
Step 3: Send us a short artist statement about yourself, your work and how it links to the theme of identity.
Step 4: Submit links to your artist website, social media or blog.
Step 5: Send all of this over to email@example.com.
Submit all work and supporting material by 2nd December.
All types of artwork are welcome and all submissions will be reviewed by the Oddball Space team and artwork will be accepted due to their significance to the theme.
By submitting work you agree that Oddball Space has the right to share your artwork online through websites and social media. All artwork will be linked back to the artist and given full credit to them.
This exhibition showcased how art still persisted during a global pandemic, with us all being locked-down at home. The work showcased painting, film textiles and collage within a test-based game format. This can still be viewed here.