East Tower Residency

Website: http://www.whitenoise.city/articles/call-out-white-city-bbc-tower

At the end of August, the East Tower of the former BBC Television Centre will be demolished. As part of their work in White City, White Noise are offering an opportunity for creative residencies to occupy and creatively destroy a floor of the tower. Prior to demolition, they are commissioning three residencies to take over the upper floors. Since the building is scheduled for demolition, residencies can involve dramatic and permanent changes to the interior environment in any way that does not effect the integrity of the structure. This could include repainting, planting, introduction of additional structures. Potential use of the floors could include: a location for film-making projects, a temporary home for radio broadcasts, art installations, an event space for drama (audience up to 200 people). The floors will be made available for the period June 1 to July 30th 2016. This is a paid opportunity with an artist fee of £1,500 and £1,500 contribution towards production costs.

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Expires: May 18, 2016


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