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NOW, FOR THE FUTURE

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There are no entry fees for this competition and no further costs to any photographers selected to exhibit.

Copyright Policy

Shutter Hub reserves the right to display, reproduce and publish in any media any entry, without payment, for the purpose of the exhibition and its promotion and publicity. Copyright remains with the originator and each exhibitor shall be deemed to warrant that they own the entire copyright in the work or that they have permission from the licensee and/or copyright owner/s for the uses and that all necessary model releases and clearances have been obtained. Insurance of the artist’s work is the responsibility of the artist. Shutter Hub and the venue reserve the right to refuse work that they deem to be inappropriate, offensive or explicit. Neither Shutter Hub nor the venue can be held responsible for the damage or loss of any of the work entered or exhibited.

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Shutter Hub reserves the right to display, reproduce and publish in any media any entry, without payment, for the purpose of the exhibition and its promotion and publicity. Copyright remains with the originator and each exhibitor shall be deemed to warrant that they own the entire copyright in the work or that they have permission from the licensee and/or copyright owner/s for the uses and that all necessary model releases and clearances have been obtained. Insurance of the artist’s work is the responsibility of the artist. Shutter Hub and the venue reserve the right to refuse work that they deem to be inappropriate, offensive or explicit. Neither Shutter Hub nor the venue can be held responsible for the damage or loss of any of the work entered or exhibited.

As part of LOOK Photo Biennial Shutter Hub are teaming up with Open Eye Gallery to create a new exhibition for Open Source in their Digital Window Gallery.

Can we share something so magnificent and inspiring that it will enlighten people’s perspective on the future?

Chapter 2 of LOOK Photo Biennial has two strands: Translate looks at how the overwhelming present can be broken down and better understood through photography, and Transition incorporates projects and talks that can give us the perspective we need to forecast and shape the future.

Reflecting on the themes of Translate and Transition, Now, for the Future asks, can we create a visual language that draws from the past, exists in the moment, and sets a positive course for the future?

Our perception of the world is influenced by our environment, our education, our history, and the stories we are told. Photography may be the most accessible and inclusive tool we have for communication. We can use it to share images that reflect on the world we live in, images that hold people together, encourage creative thoughts and provoke positive actions. The more we know and understand, and the more we find in common with others, the more likely we are to succeed.

We are looking for the myths and fables of the now – will the stories we tell today survive to be the folklore of the future? And, could Now, for the Future be a visual handbook for emotional survival?

We’re inviting you to enter up to 10 images to be exhibited in Now, for the Future with Shutter Hub and Open Source at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, on their digial 

 

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