Hooked Exhibition

Website: http://opencall.sciencegallery.com/hooked

HOOKED is the first international, open-call gallery exhibition and event programme at Science Gallery London, opening in 2018 on the Guy’s Campus at London Bridge. It explores the neuroscience, psychology, medical and social aspects of addiction and recovery. The exhibition will include a variety of art works exploring addiction on a personal, clinical, scientific or social level, from a number of different perspectives.  A public programme of events, activities, workshops and performances will run alongside the exhibition. They are looking for proposals for new or existing work on the theme of addiction. Proposals will be funded up to a maximum budget of £2000, which should include all artist fees, materials, equipment and travel. One outstanding original work may be commissioned with a higher budget of up to £5000.

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Expires: October 16, 2016


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