Maynooth University Open Call for Data/Media Art Proposals

Website: http://www.artprize.co.uk/the-prize.html

Maynooth University invite artists to create a digital artwork using open data from their Dublin or Cork dashboards (dublindashboard.ie and corkdashboard.ie). This is an open competition for media artists to research and build alternative data tools, apps and representations.

Final artwork will be exhibited in a Data/Media Art exhibition at Maynooth University in June 2018. Three selected artists will receive £5,000 to work over two months. Note: the completed art work will be the intellectual property of the University, although the artist will be free to display the work and enter it in competitions providing the University funding is acknowledged.

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Expires: November 30, 2017


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