Abandon Normal Devices x Somerset House Studios – Open Call

Website: https://www.somersethouse.org.uk/somerset-house-studios/abandon-normal-devices-x-somerset-house-studios-open-call

Abandon Normal Devices (AND) and Somerset House Studios are working together in commissioning a new live audio-visual performance responding to the site and themes of AND Festival 2020. This resulting work will be a flagship AND Festival 2020 commission presented as part of an evening programme of audio-visual performances in May 2020 and will also be presented at Somerset House Studios in London as part of a programme exploring image, sound and digital art in June 2020. This opportunity is open to women and non-binary artist/s of all ages, at any point in their career, and is open to international applicants. It is envisioned as a short residency on-site at an agreed time between January and May 2020. The opportunity includes a £3000 artist fee and £3000 production budget, return travel to UK (if applicable) and travel to Merseyside for AND residency and performance, including shared accommodation on site, access to recording studio and transport and travel to London for Somerset House Studios performance, accommodation included.

Expires: December 11, 2019


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