- Egor Kraft, winner last edition
How to join?
These are the guidelines on how to join the New Technology Art Awards 2025
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Take your shot and win
There will be a jury prize and a public prize. In both cases a cash award of 7,500 EUR will be allocated to an artwork and its creator. Moreover, in case of a close call, the jury will award an honorable mention to an artist. During the exhibition visitors will be able to cast their votes too. Most votes wins.
The Liedts-Meesen Foundation and the jury reserve the right to not award the prize and to transfer it to the next exhibition. The winners will be announced at the final day of the exhibition.
Rules of the game
The competition is open to all ages and nationalities. Artists can submit a single artwork less than two years old but previously exhibited. The goal of the competition is to present works aligned with the mission of NTAa. The international jury reserves the right to exclude creations that prove impractical within the practical limits of the Liedts-Meesen Foundation. The proposed works will be exhibited, and Zebrastraat provides
basic equipment to selected artists; specific equipment must be provided or rented by the artists for the exhibition's duration. English is the official language. No artist fee is required, and the organization covers transport, accommodation, and installation expenses. Selected projects will be announced in July 2024 on the website and featured in the New Technological Art 2025 exhibition.