CULTURE AT WORK® is pleased to announce the call out for the CULTURE AT WORK® Artists Residency Program 2019. The program is designed for artists working with art and science and or technology or other experts. Applications open for 2019 are open now.
Magformers make amazing constructions: Magically they click together to enable small hands to building sturdy creations. Come along with your kids or grandchildren to join the fun. A one hour free workshop with artists and scientists to help you with your making.
Helen Amanatiadis’ practice explores the spaces we inhabit – physical, virtual and also spiritual. The space we inhabit is no longer primarily architectural but virtual, to which we are bound via a device permanently attached to our physical body.
“Memory Laps continues my investigation into how objects, images and repetitive movements can resonate memory. Re-emerging memories involve mysterious processes that may include lapses in memory.”
Milieu Reverb consists in a series of short videos recorded in public urban spaces and reworked through digital media. Computer vision algorithms are used to detect movements of people in real-time and generate an artistic impression of their flow through the city.
Julia Kennedy-Bell Culture at Work emerging Artist-in-Residence 2015. This visual art emerging residency project expands Julia Kennedy-Bell’s practice of painting in 2 and 3 dimensional forms.
Tom Hungerford is an artist who works with sound. His art+science residency project transforms CULTURE AT WORK’s Accelerator gallery into an interactive acoustic installation.
Laura Jade’s Brain Light Project and exhibition at CULTURE AT WORK’s Accelerator Gallery integrates biology and illumination design into an interactive, sculpture cut from perspex, and engraved with dendrites.