Guidelines: Media Formats


Images

Because we publish mirroring web and print-on-demand issues, you must submit both Web ready and print ready material. For example, you will submit the same image twice: one low resolution JPG or PNG, and one high resolution TIFF.

When submitting your media, identify your file like this:

lastname-01-title_of_piece-year

lastname-02-title_of_piece-year

lastname-03-title_of_piece-year

lastname-04-title_of_piece-year

Video

Quicktime format, max width 640px. Please submit a capture of the frame you wish to have published for the web publication and for the print publication.

When submitting your media, identify your file like this:

lastname-01-title_of_piece-year

lastname-02-title_of_piece-year

lastname-03-title_of_piece-year

lastname-04-title_of_piece-year

SOUND

Use .mp3 format (preferred) or .wav, .aiff

When submitting your media, identify your file like this:

lastname-01-title_of_piece-year

lastname-02-title_of_piece-year

lastname-03-title_of_piece-year

lastname-04-title_of_piece-year

MEDIA CAPTIONS

Note:

-Use italics for, art works.

Use “quotes” for “art shows”.

We want image CAPTIONS and not image descriptions, like this example:

Fig x. Title of piece, Year, Name of the artist, Medium/media, Copyright acknowledgement.

Fig x. Third Skin, 2011, Andrea Zapp, textile me­dia, ©Andrea Zapp.

If the work is in a public collection, the caption should read like so:

Fix x Title of piece, Year, Name of the artist, Medium/me­dia, Size (if applicable), Collection, Copyright acknowledgement.

More Examples:

Fig. 1. 9 ans (9 years), 1968, Piotr Kowalski, luminescent radioactive gas and glass, © Andrea Kowalski (Used with permission.)

Fig. 2. Musique Non Stop, 2001, German pop group “Kraftwerk”, © Rebecca Allen (Used with permission).

Fig. 3. Chronology of Russian History, 1953-54, George Maciunas, ink and graphite on paper, 41.8 x 39.5 x 11.8 cm, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection Gift, © Billie J. Maciunas. Photo © Herman Seidl.

Fig. 4. For Chicago, 2007, Jenny Holzer, 10 electronic signs with amber diodes 2.36 • 295.13 • 641.875 in.; 5.9 • 749.6 • 1,630.3 cm. “Installation: Jenny Holzer”, Fonda­tion Beyeler, Riehen/Basel, Switzerland, 2009 Text: Un­der a Rock, 1986 © 2007 Jenny Holzer, member Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY Photo: Lili Holzer-Glier. (Used with permission.)

Fig.5. BOT I, 2011, Praba Pilar, digital print, © Praba Pilar.