The Spring-Summer wave of 2031’s ESC open call is now live! This season, 0→1 challenges artists to imagine the future of art, particularly at the intersection of nature and technology. We’re seeking works that delve into questions like: Can technology and nature coexist? What’s the future landscape? Are we doing enough for conservation?
0→1 has always been at the forefront of curating future-focused art, serving as a catalyst for artists to push boundaries and explore uncharted territories. This time, we’re excited to partner with JOEY RAMONE ( → ), a Rotterdam-based gallery. Founded by Greek artist Kiki Petratou and Dutch collector Hans Bakker, JOEY RAMONE is a ‘half-artist run gallery’ that has been amplifying voices in contemporary art since 2012.
This ESC wave is a collaborative effort, curated by both 0→1 and JOEY RAMONE, aiming to bring a diverse and thought-provoking collection of works.
Submissions are open until August 15. Selected artists will be featured in an online exhibition on 0→1, set to launch on September 15.
For more information and to see previously selected works, scroll down.
Getting Started: Apply Here
‘Create art as you would do 10 years in the future’
– One project only: Whether you’re solo or in a team, you can submit just one work. Collabs welcome.
– Open to all: Artists working at any level are welcome to submit their work.
– Zero restrictions: Age, gender, or location don’t matter here. Free to participate.
– All forms: We accept all kinds of art, including but not limited to new media, painting, sculpture, installation, performance, sound, photography, graphics, video, and mixed media.