Project61 Artist in Research Residency
Disciplines: All Disciplines, Collaboration, Community, Concept & Theory, Digital, Experimental, Installation, Light and Projection, Media Arts, Research, Science, Social Practice, Sound, Technology, Visual Arts.
Location: New York, NY, United States
Eligibility: Artists with backgrounds in technology, science, and/or engineering.
Support: Provides space, resources, and the opportunity to collaborate outside of artistic disciplines.
Costs: Costs determined after creative pairing.
Project61 provides a platform for creative authorities, undefined by discipline, to create and collaborate. Through our curated pairing process, artists are matched with companies that provide the space, resources, and interdisciplinary staff for a period of research, discovery, and, potential execution. By engaging with specialists outside of the art industry, you can realize your project’s next iteration. Simultaneously, as a critical member of a company’s team, your presence and insight serve as a creative force, propelling teams to approach problem-solving in new ways.
We are currently accepting proposals for radical projects in science, technology, and engineering. This is your opportunity to present a daring, boundary-pushing proposal to people who not only have the connections to make it happen, but who value the unlimited imagination artists bring to the future world.
We ask for:
-a 500-word proposal describing your project, timeline, and anticipated budgetary needs; it can include video, images, and other multimedia.
-a CV/resume or website that includes exhibition history, press, and articles or publications you have contributed to.
More Info: http://www.proj61.com/for-artists/
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