To apply, applicants must submit the following:
1. An up-to-date artist CV with contact details including name, postal address, telephone, email and mobile number.
2. Expression of Interest: A statement which details how the residency opportunity connects to your interests and develops your practice. How does AI feature in your artistic practice and/or critical thinking? What project do you propose to work on for the residency? How will your artistic practice benefit from working within a community of researchers? (max. 500 words).
3. Supporting materials: Please include an artist statement and documentation of your previous artistic work (max. up to 10 clearly titled images). If appropriate to your practice add up to three clearly labelled hyperlinks to moving image or sound listed within the PDF document.
If you would like to submit your application in an alternative format, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
Artists who have applied in the previous round will have their existing applications assessed. Therefore, please contact us via e-mail email@example.com in order to confirm that you want your application to be assessed. It is possible to adapt or to submit a new application.
Applicants should make it clear in the submissions if the residency work and artistic production would depend on technical or other provision.
Closing date for application
Please submit your application before 9th November 2020 (23:59 pm, UTC+01:00) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The overall selection aims to find a balance in gender, age, artistic content, contemporary discourse and media. The selection panel will include representatives from the Goethe-Institut Glasgow, the Alliance Française Glasgow, the Institut Français d’Ecosse, the National Library of Scotland, the University of Glasgow and Trustees and external Visual Arts Advisors from Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts and the NEoN Digital Arts Festival.
Applicants will be informed about the outcome of their submission by the end of November.
Living expenses and support
To financially support their residency, each artist will receive 1000€ for production costs, as well as a 2000€ fee. The funding of technical equipment may also be included, depending on the artist’s individual work and endeavour. Fees and costs will be paid in instalments throughout the year, in discussion with the artist.
Given the general context of uncertainty caused by the current pandemic, we reserve the right to adjust this project to the benefit of the artists. Financial or thematic changes might be made throughout the year, in agreement with the artists.