Visual Art and Climate Change Commission

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As part of an art science research project examining the effectiveness of visual language on perceptions of climate change,Climart in Trondheim,Norway seeks to commission an artist to collaborate with the project’s panel of psychologists,natural scientists and arts professionals toward a new public artwork for Trondheim,Norway to be installed for spring 2017. This commission will run over a period of approximately 12 months and it is envisaged that some of this time will be spent in Norway facilitated by an artist’s fee and,where relevant,support from project partners. The final goal is the creation of a public artwork that embodies aspects of the research,creating a platform to test significance,affect and impact. There is a total budget of NK 550,000 (approx. 57.000 Euro) which includes the artists fee,production and installation costs,transport/delivery of work and travel and accommodation expenses in relation to time spent in Norway.

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Expires: March 14, 2016


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