Residency The Inevitable Ether 2022
International Deadline: August 19, 2022 – Greywood Arts & the National Space Centre invite expressions of interest from artists working in any visual, installation, or time-based medium who engage with themes of outer space, technology, and speculative futures in their work.
This six-week residency from October 15 – November 25 is an incredible opportunity for an artist whose practice would benefit from observing the workings of a busy satellite groundstation campus before immersing themselves in the creative environment of The Residency at Greywood Arts.
The award includes an opportunity for the selected artist to showcase their research and creative process, and to experiment with installation of work from the residency at the National Space Centre, located near Midleton, Co. Cork.
We are seeking imaginative proposals investigating big ideas – how can we conceive of the infinite possibilities the universe has to offer? What do our actions in outer space tell us about our relationship to Earth and to each other? From philosophy to science fiction, the complex themes that emerge might include space exploration and colonisation, space tourism, the regulation and control of outer space, satellite technology, space debris, radio and light pollution, climate change, planetary origins, asteroids, and the possibility of life in outer space.
The award includes:
- Access to the National Space Centre campus at Elfordstown Earthstation, Midleton Cork, Ireland/
- Accommodation and studio space at The Residency at Greywood Arts, Killeagh, Cork, Ireland.
- Transportation between Greywood Arts & the NSC
- €2,000 Stipend to be used for travel, per diem and materials at the discretion of the artist.
- Application Deadline: August 19, 2022
- Residency dates: October 15th – November 25th, 2022
- Showcase dates: November 18-20 at the National Space Centre
The Residency @ Greywood Arts is an artist-run space in our iconic 3-story Georgian house located in the centre of Killeagh, a vibrant modern Irish village, and beside Glenbower, an ancient Irish woodland. It is adjacent to the Coach House, Greywood Arts CLG’s not-for-profit studios, art classroom and event space.