Look Closer, Think Bigger FAQs

Outside In is excited to announce details of its next exhibition call out ‘Look Closer, Think Bigger’. This exhibition will open this summer at Fabrica, Brighton centre for contemporary arts. The exhibition will feature work by two Outside In artists, one responding to the theme of large and one to the theme of miniature. 

Here are answers to common questions about the exhibition and how to submit your work to it. Please click on the questions to see answers

The theme of this exhibition is large and miniature artworks. We invite artists to submit artwork that fits into either of these two categories.

 The exhibition will explore extremes of scale by creating small intimate spaces to display miniature work, contrasted with large artworks that resonate with Fabrica’s unique setting, an unconverted 19th century chapel.

As well as challenging perceptions of what types and sizes of artwork should be displayed together, this exhibition will also highlight why and how artists choose to work with scale, including how the space that artists have access to create work may influence the size of the work they are able to produce.

Application deadline: Monday 25th May 2020

Exhibition at Fabrica: October 2021

The artwork will be chosen by a panel of selectors who will be announced shortly.

You can enter up to four artworks

To enter your artwork to the exhibition, log in to your gallery, or sign up and create one.
Once logged in, find a piece of artwork you would like to enter – this can be an artwork that you’ve already uploaded or you can add a new one. From your gallery, click on the piece you want to enter and fill in the form underneath the image and then press ‘Save’.

The opportunity is open to artists based in the UK and Republic of Ireland who have an Outside In online gallery and fit the criteria of the charity.

You must be an Outside In artist to enter and the work must fit the theme of either large artwork or miniature artwork. Artwork can be in any form and there are no size restrictions. 

Artists can submit up to four artworks to be considered by a panel of selectors who will be rating the artworks anonymously. The sectors will be rating the artwork by looking at questions which will include: ‘Does the artwork relate to the theme?’ ‘Are you interested in the artwork?’

If you need help measuring your artwork have a look at this document here: 

Outside In will be holding artist support days to assist anyone who needs support to upload and submit their work.

Event dates and details will be shared here – https://outsidein.org.uk/news-events/ – alternatively contact Hannah Whitlock or Cornelia Marland on 01273 381311 or email hannnah.whitlock@outsidein.org.uk or cornelia.marland@outsidein.org.uk 

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