Welcome to the Anthropocene

Website: http://constanceari.org/future/welcome-to-the-anthropocene/

‘Welcome to the Anthropocene’ is an art/science collaboration between Constance ARI, The Centre for Marine Socioecology (CMS), The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) and The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. They are looking for three experimental artists to work with three scientists to explore themes related to our changing planet. These explorations will conclude in an exhibition of new artworks in Hobart, Tasmania in December 2017. Constance ARI offers and artist fee of 1500AUD (approx. 923GBP), a production budget of up to 2500AUD (approx. 1539GBP), travel expenses and accommodation in Hobart during install, exhibition opening, workshop and meetings with scientists.

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Expires: September 17, 2017


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