Thank you to all who submitted Notes of Interest for Open Call for Micro Residents on 27 & 28 August in the Park Centre, Baxter Park, Dundee. We will be in touch before the end of the week.
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Selected Micro Residents will be invited to produce new site-responsive work to share at Open Stage, which will coincide with the Open Night of May Meet In Mutual exhibition in the Park Centre, Baxter Park, Dundee on Friday 29 August.
Interested artists (including visual artists, musicians, writers, etc.) are invited to answer an Open Call to take part in this two-day Micro Residency as part of the project May Meet In Mutual.
The two-day Micro Residency is an opportunity to research and/or make work in response to the site and most importantly to share and exchange ideas with others. We seek artists who are interested in considering what can be important/complex/exciting/problematic about site-responsive practice. Those who intend to focus on performance, text, or screen-based work will be invited to share responses during the Open Stage event on Friday 29 August.
Micro Residents will utilise the Park Centre where desk space and basic materials will be supplied, as well as lunch. The site provides opportunities to experiment with screen-based work, to test or document new work, particularly sculptural or installation floor-based work and to share ideas with others. Inspired by the social and democratic ethos of the community’s Park Centre, May Meet In Mutual is intrigued by how Open Source methodology could inform artistic practice.
How to Register Interest:
Please complete the mmimmicroresidencynoteofinterest and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm, Tuesday 12 August 2014. If you would prefer any of this information in other formats please email us at the above address.
The Note Of Interest intends to be brief and simple to complete, however if you would like to send us additional information then please do so and we will be happy to read through.
May Meet In Mutual, exhibition of new site-responsive works by Sogol Mabadi, Emma Reid & Craig Thomson, will take place from 29 – 31 August in the Park Centre. On Friday 29 August the exhibition’s Open Evening will incorporate an Open Stage. Micro Residents may choose to share their work or experiences with the audience during the Open Stage event. This will be co-ordinated in response to available time and interest from the respective Micro Residents.
What We Can Offer:
Desk space in the Park Centre between 10am-5pm Wednesday, 28 and Thursday, 29 August.
Support with, and a variety of perspectives on, the ideas you are working with.
Basic art materials for experimentation (please bring anything specific you may wish to use).
A projector/screen and monitor to test video works – please bare in mind the space is light during the day.
It may be possible to borrow additional AV equipment, please state in your note of interest if there is something you would like to use and why and we will do our best.
Opportunity to share your work at the Open Stage event on Friday 29 August.
Lunch on Wednesday 28 August and Thursday 29 August.
There is a small travel budget to assist artists coming from major Scottish cities to Dundee.
*Please note the Park Centre does not have wi-fi.
May Meet In Mutual: exhibition of site-responsive sculptural and performance work by Sogol Mabadi, Emma Reid & Craig Thomson.
Exhibition and Events Key Dates:
Micro Residency: 27 & 28 August, 10am-4.30pm (not open to the public).
Open Install: 29 August, 3-6pm
Preview with Open Stage: 29 August, 6-9pm
Conversation over Coffee: 30 August, 3-4pm
Exhibition Open: 30 August & 31 August, 10am-4pm
This project is co-curated by MMIM (Emma Reid & Katie Reid) and initial project development was informed through conversations with Hannah Moitt.
With thanks to Maryfield Regeneration Team and the Friends of Baxter Park.
This project is supported by the Kirsten Scott Memorial Trust and IdeasTap.
Download: Park Centre Measurements
See below for images of the Park Centre: