Call for Proposals
Sequenceis an
artist-run publication devoted to contemporary film and video art, published by (London), edited by Simon Payne. It aims to promote and disseminate 
ideas and
debates concerning contemporary artists’ film and video - primarily from the
perspective of its practitioners - in the form of artists’ statements, project
proposals, interviews, manifestoes and contextual essays.
for Sequence (no.3) are eagerly
sought. In the first instance please send brief proposals (300 words) and
images (if appropriate) by the 9th of March to 
for consideration. 
Contextual essays, interviews etc. - addressing contemporary film and video art
- should be no longer than 4000 words. Artists’ pages are usually one or two
(A4) pages. Finished articles will need to be submitted by mid June. Sequence 
(no.3) will be published in
Autumn 2012. 
first two issues of Sequence include
articles by and contributions from: Rob Mullender, Simon Payne, Sandra Schäfer,
Helga Fanderl, Peter Gidal, Takahiko Iimura, Adam Kossoff, Sarah Pucill and
Margherita Sprio, William Raban, Karen Mirza and Brad Butler, Maxa Zoller, A.L.
Rees, Lis Rhodes, Cathy Rogers, Duncan White, Ken Jacobs, Erica Scourti,
Caroline Bergvall, Annabel Nicolson, Louis Henderson, Bob Cobbing, Dieter Meier,
Kim Knowles, Pip Chodorov, Samantha Rebello, Jeff Keen, Nicky Hamlyn, Angela
Allen, Shama Khanna, Lucy Parker, Andrew Vallance and Luke Aspell.
Sequenceis on sale at a range
of bookshops and galleries, including Tate Modern, the BFI Southbank, Koenig
Books, the LUX online shop and direct from For details of
publications, including sales, please see: 
or contact:
First Floor, 316-318 Bethnal Green Road
tel: +44 (0)207 7294494 
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