→ Submissions should be made via online form:
→ The proposals must be accompanied by an abstract of up to 300
words comprising a brief presentation of the formal, conceptual and
technical aspects of the work, and highlighting its alignment to the
theme of the call: Ludic Aesthetics. The description must be in
→ The submitted work can use any programming language or creative
coding environment, either for the production or the final
generation of the work.
→ Authors should provide a stable link for the selection committee
can access the files/materials/documents related to their proposal
(e.g., GitHub, Dropbox, Google Drive). This link must be active
during the entire period of the selection process.
→ The materials/documentation submitted must be representative of
the proposal. Please keep in mind that this content may be used for
the online exhibition.
→ Submission is free of charge and authors can submit a maximum of 2
→ Tools, applications, or interactive pieces must run on an online
environment, or must be documented with enough detail and
information to publish it in on an online webpage. If it requires
additional hardware, requirements or libraries, the necessary
information must be clearly conveyed.
→ Submissions can propose alternative ways (sound, tactile, haptic)
of approaching the theme of the exhibition and use any type of
materials, techniques or content (illustrations, sounds, types,
words, photography, etc.).
→ Submissions can include static media, such as posters or
photographic sets, and/or dynamic media such as video, interactive
or performance projects.
→ Work-in-progress are also welcome. In such cases, a functional
version or visual documentation of the work compatible with an
online exhibition must be submitted. The information that the
submission is a work in progress must be included in the abstract of
03. Main evaluation criteria
→ Quality (formal and conceptual), coherence, and originality of the
→ Presentation of any sort of dialogue or articulation with the
theme “Ludic Aesthetics”;
→ Format of the materials and/or documents presented and its
potential suitability for an online exhibition.
Upon good reception of the materials, the selection committee may
require authors to present additional elements to validate or assess
04. Important dates
→ Deadline: Sunday, 25 Feb 2024
A few authors of accepted proposals may be invited to do a short
online presentation artist talk of 15 minutes during the PCD event
on May 02 (TBA).