You Must Locate A Fantasy

Website: http://www.bookworks.org.uk/node/1885

Book Works invites artists to propose a project that engages creatively and critically with either Chelsea College of Arts Library & CHELSEA space or Glasgow Women’s Library special collections/holdings and to develop a new work after an initial period of research/residency that will engage with local audiences. Commissioned work might take the form of printed matter, performance/live works, installation/exhibition, film, talks/readings or online material etc., or a combination of the above in terms of its outcome. The residency/research period will be between 4 and 6 weeks to be negotiated in collaboration with Book Works and each host library. Selected artists will receive a fee for the period of residency, to cover all expenses and to produce new work: £1,500. There will also be a production budget for new work to be agreed to include: artists’ expenses, materials and production of new work (up to but no more than £4,750).

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Expires: May 6, 2016


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