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Artists sought for technology exhibitions

A Horizon 2020 project is looking for artists to undertake residencies with some of the programme’s Future and Emerging Technologies projects.

Five artists will be selected to work for up to nine months in close collaboration with a FET project, and will be provided with a budget of €18,000 each to produce work for exhibition. The aims of the Future Emerging Art and Technology project are to widen public awareness and debate about new technologies; examine the social, cultural and ethical contexts of the technologies; and promote interdisciplinary collaborations between artists and scientists. 

Applicants are expected to have a track record of collaborative art practice and an interest in technological fields such as biotechnology, computing, big data, robotics, nanotechnology, renewable fuels and neuroscience. They must also be prepared to live in close proximity to the project at appropriate times during the residency. 

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