Collusion Data-Culture Lab

Website: http://www.collusion.org.uk/News/Post/436/Artists-apply-now-to-take-part-in-our-January-2017-data-culture-lab-deadline-12-Dec-2016

Collusion is looking for artists to take part in their data-culture lab in January 2017, a week long development session that will explore ideas and ways in which artists can engage with mass data culture. They invite artists from all disciplines to apply. Collusion is a not for profit agency based in Cambridge working at the intersection of arts technology and human interaction. The lab will be hosted by Anglia Ruskin University.  Successful applicants will receive a fully funded place that includes UK advance travel, hotels and meals. They will also pay an honorarium of £250 to each artist for the week.

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Expires: December 12, 2016


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