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Deadline Monday 06 November 2017
Fee Up to £4,000 commissions
Budget Up to £760 per commission for travel and accommodation.
Interview Date 27/11/2017 & 28/11/2017
The b-side biennial festival commissions site-responsive work for public spaces on Portland revealing aspects of the island environment and communities and their relationship to elsewhere.
We are looking for ideas that respond to and reveal all aspects of the island, which may include its geology, ecology, archaeology, heritage and its geographic relationships locally and internationally.
Proposals for artworks and interventions should be site-responsive and temporary, exploring the fabric, history or contemporary use of the place and aim to intrigue and engage audiences. Work can be for indoor or outdoor contexts, intimate or large scale, static, mobile, durational or event based.
Proposals should be for new work but may be part of a larger or on-going project.
Applications are invited from artists working in any media including: visual art, digital, sound, film, text based work, live and performance art, social media and socially engaged practice.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications must be made online via Curatorspace applications portal: https://www.curatorspace.com/opportunities/detail/open-call-for-bside-festival/1637
Your proposal may be submitted EITHER in writing using the online form OR as a video recording uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo. The link for this must be part of your application.
If you cannot make an application online please contact email@example.com for alternative options.
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