Taking the environments and technologies of Scotland’s Far North as a rich context for practice and research, Timespan is offering a group residency.
Closing date: 2 Feb 2018
“In nature nothing exists alone.”
Taking the environments and technologies of Scotland’s Far North as a rich context for practice and research, Timespan’s group residency offers resident artists the time to develop work and research within a discursive group setting.
Timespan’s programme is theme-led, creating a vibrant cross-disciplinary conversation. This residency takes place as we bring a year-long focus on Deep Time to a close and follows on from last year’s Practicing Deep Time residency which marked the start our investigation into the subject. Building on work and research undertaken throughout 2017/18, Deep Time Together. Here and Now. brings this enquiry into the present moment, paying attention to the points where deep time themes intersect with the contemporary, in current discourses on climate change, nuclear culture, land use. In particular, the residency programme will focus on the relationships we need to build – between people, the environment, and time, and between ourselves and others – to address these issues.
The residency will run from 16 – 22 March, and residents are invited to join Timespan’s Practicing Deep Time conference which takes place on the 23 + 24 March.
This opportunity is open to artists working in any discipline who find resonance between their practice and the residency’s themes. Visit the Timespan for full criteria and instructions on how to apply.
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