Dark Matter is the theoretical composition believed to make up most of the universe; it is the unseen, mysterious structure speculated to hold all other matter together. While its foundations are cosmological, dark matter easily traverses the scientific into the ethereal. It points to macabre narratives, dark humor, mysticism, and ancient myth.
Conveyor Magazine is currently seeking photographic and print-based projects, which engage the astronomical questions raised by the concept of Dark Matter. How do we elucidate the unknown? How do we illustrate an existence with properties that are inferred rather than directly observed? What metaphors stand in place for that which lies outside of our spectrum of perception?
One must develop an innovative language in attempting to answer these questions in order to shed light on our shifting and uncertain understanding of the universe while also conveying the sheer beauty of the man’s exhaustive quest for discovery and answers, and ultimately a promise revealing a bigger story.
1. Maximum of 10 Images for Publication
    - 1000px on the Longest Side at 72dpi
    - Labeled LastName_FirstName_001.jpg
2. Brief Project Description / Relevance to Dark Matter
3. List of Works [ Title, Year, Media ]
4. Artist Resume
5. Website [ Optional, but Encouraged ]
It's Free. No Fee!
Submit the Above Contents in a ZipFile to //  submissions@conveyormagazine.org
Please Note: Submissions that Fail to Follow Submission Guidelines will Not Be Considered.
Deadline: Monday October 22nd, 2012
Conveyor Magazine is a semi-annual publication featuring new photography and print-based projects, interviews, articles, and essays by writers and artists who strive to bring new ideas on photography to light. Conveyor Magazine was recently included in MoMA's Millennium Magazines exhibition, and is in the collection at the International Center of Photography, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Amon Carter Museum, among others. The magazine is printed and bound in-house at Conveyor Arts.

Written by colpapress — October 17, 2012

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