Guidelines

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMITTING AN ABSTRACT

The call for abstract is open until 10th October (NZST).  

There is no submission fee. 

Link 2021 accepts submissions into the following categories:

  1. Practice-oriented research proposal by artists, designers, researchers and educators
     

  2. Master and PhD ongoing projects: practice-oriented research in the field of Art and Design​

The length of an abstract should be between 400-500 words. This does not include the title, keywords (up to 5), authors and their designations. A template can be found below.

 

The reviewers will judge the abstracts according to their relevance to the Link Symposium, and the scientific committee will select abstracts for presentation. ​​​

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMITTING AN ARTWORK

The call for artworks is open until 10th October (NZST).  

Submissions are free and must be filled in with the following data.

Title of the work:

Year:

Artists:

Technique:

Conceptual Synopsis: (up to 150 words)

Link(s) to work and/or video:

Images of your work: (JPEG Format)

Artist(s) mini-bio: (up to 100 words per person)

Affiliation: Institution/Department

Technical Data: (names and functions, type of software, type of artwork)

Financing/Acknowledgements: (if applicable)

Name of person responsible for registration:

Contact: primary and secondary email

PRESENTATION GUIDELINES

New Zealand based scholars will present in person at the event. Latin American and European scholars will need to present online, submitting their presentation file before the day. 


All presentations (both on site and online) will be followed by a 5 minute question and answers session. Presentations should be 10 minutes in length.

For video essay and video article model formats: https://www.springer.com/authors/manuscript+guidelines?SGWID=0-40162-6-1576207-0

Selected presenters may be invited to publish a full paper in a Link Symposium Special Dossier/Edition at GEMInIs: https://www.revistageminis.ufscar.br/index.php/geminis