Filter Photo Festival
Theme: Mapping: borders, bodies, memories
There are many ways to capture the interconnection between places, both real and imagined. Mapping is a call for photographic work that illustrates the spatial relationships between object and viewer, between here and there, or between now and past events. How can you map boundaries or the association between coordinates in your images?
Juros: Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director and Curator, Griffin Museum of Photography.
The juror will award a juror’s prize and honorable mention. David Weinberg Photography will award a gallery prize. The exhibition will be held at David Weinberg Photography, a gallery dedicated to contemporary photography located in Chicago’s River North gallery district.
Entrants will be informed of the juror’s decisions by the end of August.
You may submit up to 6 entries online via the website. If accepted, you will need to deliver prints.
Image requirements: JPEGs and sized at 72 dpi and 800 pixels for the longest edge