Cyberart Research Initiative invites proposals from artists interested in research-oriented production of art works that involve creative integration of the arts and new technologies.
The residency provides artists with a unique opportunity to work on thematically and technologically driven artistic projects of the Cyberarts Research Initiative. The residency facilitates research, exploration and critical production of artworks. Moreover, the multidisciplinary nature of the University Scholarsí Programme that hosts the Cyberarts Initiative provides a vibrant and intellectually stimulating environment for the critical discussion of the residentsí artistic projects. While residents spend a bulk of their time on the independent production of and research into their proposed projects, a number of seminars, panel discussions, and informal meetings will facilitate the artistsí interaction with relevant arts and research organizations as well as with the larger community.
Artistic projects are invited in the following areas of the cyberarts:
Selected resident artists would be paired up with the appropriate technological institutions, facilities and personnel within the university to enable their creative collaboration in the production of the proposed projects.
Applicants must be Singaporean, Permanent Residents or residents of Singapore. Artistsí allowance will commensurate with qualifications and professional experience. The length of residency is variable usually depending on the nature of the proposed artistic projects, though the normal duration of residencies range between 1 to 6 months.
Interested candidates should write in with their detailed curriculum vitae, a brief portfolio of earlier works, a proposal for a cyberart work to be realized during the residency, and two reference letters to:
Assistant Professor Irina Aristarkhova
University Scholars Programme
National University of Singapore
10 Kent Ridge Crescent
Phone: (65) 874-1572
Fax: (65) 773-1012