CutLog are delighted to once again be collaborating with The Society of Scottish Artists for the third year running for this year’s SSA Annual Exhibition in Edinburgh. CutLog are a collective of artists in Scotland who work together to create opportunities for showing artist’s moving images.


The opportunity will offer moving image artists a chance to present their work within an installation created from recycled materials by SSA member, Mike Inglis.


Submitted work must relate to the theme for this year’s partnership, Re-imagining Wonderland and should be suitable to be shown with others on monitors sited within the installation.


Wonderland – The life we have been living needs re-thinking, changing, adapting and adjusting. With ideas ranging from recycling, living with less, transformation and new perspectives, from the personal to the political, from intense to frivolous, we welcome work in any genre that takes the viewer into the issues of today’s world. Submissions to be made via the Zealous platform HERE


*Note that works being submitted as part of your own installation should be submitted via the Installation, Proposals, Unrealised work and Performance call.



Open for entry: Friday 8 July 2022

Entry deadline: Friday 2 September 2022, midnight

Pre-Selection notification: Wednesday 5 October 2022


Find out more and enter here:


Works submitted should be  up to 10 minutes in duration and must be presented in a digi-tal format (ie there are no provisions for analogue playback for film reels). Selected works will be displayed on monitors housed within the installation and will also be played  for 4 weeks within a  showreel of works online via the CutLog channel on the Vimeo platform. Due to exhibiting in a shared exhibition space all audio from these works will be played via headphones so as not to cause disruption to other works and therefore must be exported in either a stereo or mono format.  Works must also be exported no higher than 1920x1080 pixels using the H.264 codec at 25fps.





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