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Opravdu divoká show: 4 rezidence v Londýně

Londýn, Velká Británie
Organizace SPACE je největším poskytovatelem studií pro vizuální umělce a umělkyně, a to jak začínající, tak již zavedené. Shromažďuje kolem sebe komunitu čítající přes 700 uměleckých osobností.  SPACE nabízí 4 rezidenční pobyty pro začínající umělce a umělkyně, kteří pracují se současnou technologickou kulturou. Tématem rezidenčních pobytů je divokost a její vnímání v prostředí technologií, které používáme, a jejichž prostřednictvím formujeme svět kolem nás.  SPACE používá termín umělec/umělkyně v širším slova smyslu, do této kategorie zahrnuje nejen umělce/kyně, designéry/rky a spisovatelé/lky, ale také hackery/rky a aktivisty/ky, kteří se mohou o rezidenční pobyt ucházet. Uzávěrka pro zaslání přihlášek je 18. ledna 2012.
The Really Wild Show: Call for applications

4 residencies for emerging artists working with contemporary technological culture.

4 x one month residencies at SPACE in London between March - April 2012 preceded by a four day residential retreat 20 - 24 Feb.

Deadline: Wednesday 18 January 2012, 5pm.

Borrowing the title from the 1990’s children’s television show, The Really Wild Show sets out a loose framework of ‘wildness’ and its existence in spite of or resulting from technological industry. This is not only the wild-ness of the urban fox thriving off our wasted fried chicken or the explosion of marine life around the waste outfall pipes from Dungeness B. It is celebrities in the jungle and BBC faked wild polar bear births. It is urban Blue Tits performing an ‘avian rap’ or “Ballard’s perverse (but tender) ecology of petrol, blood, semen, crumpled metal” (Sinclair, I, 2010, in introduction to The Unofficial Countryside by Mabey,R, 1972). And whilst we dream of a separate romantic wilderness, it is more and more apparent that nature and technology are not diametrically opposed but evolving together as part of a greater ecology.

We seek proposals from artists questioning the perception and realisation of the 'wild' through the very technologies we now use to access and form our world. While it is important that artists are engaged with technology* in their work, we are more interested in how artists explore technology and its shaping of contemporary experience rather than demonstrations of new technologies and their possibilities.

* We define technology as anything from a compost toilet to lasers or RFID technologies..

Details
Deadline for Submission: 18 JAN 2012, 5pm
Residency: March - April 2012 (exact dates to be confirmed with selected artists)
Retreat: 20 - 24 Feb 2012 in Dungeness. Selected artists MUST attend this trip. Those who cannot attend will be in-eligible to partake in the residency cycle.

Artists receive a fee of £1200 with a production budget of £500

Residencies are based in SPACE's MediaLab, with access to larger space to build work as and where necessary. Artists receive access to all our media equipment, meetings with curators and SPACE staff and support and space to make new work as needed.

Criteria
This is an open call for proposals for Emerging artists/writers. One residency is for an artist or writer whose practice is primarily Internet based.

While we do not stipulate an age limit, the residencies are intended to support artists who do not have a significant UK art profile and who will significantly benefit from the support the residency offers.

We use the term artists in the broadest sense of the term including art, design, writing, hackers and activists. Selection will be based upon the proposal, previous work and how the residency will benefit the artist.

Artists can come from anywhere in the UK, however the selection panel will select at least 2 artists from London.

Selection Panel

Jim Prevett, SPACE
Paul Pieroni, SPACE
Toby Huddlestone, Crate, Southend

Deadline
Weds 18th January 2012, 5pm.

Selection Panel will meet week beginning 23rd January 2012

Please send:

- A proposal (no longer than 2 pages of A4) saved as pdf
- A CV saved as pdf
- Documentation of previous work (no more than 6 images / 5 min video showreel) as a pdf, as links to online video / sites.

Digital submissions only please
Please email submission to jim@spacestudios.org.uk
(09.01.2012) ZDROJ: Space Studios
Nezávislá kultura má nového spojence: jlbjlt.net

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