The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) have an opportunity for artists working in film, photography or digital media to work with CAT for 12 months engaging with its research projects and community of staff. The residency will coincide with the 'Emergence' Land-journey and Art Summit planned for the 1st-8th September.
The Centre for Alternative Technology based in Machynlleth, Powys, are concerned with the search for globally sustainable, whole and ecologically sound technologies and ways of life. They are looking for an artist whose practice reflects an interest in
sustainable futures, who is keen to draw upon the resources of CAT and
to enter into a dialogue with the public. Committed to engagement with the arts, CAT hope to provide a platform for new projects that can help shift attitudes on how we think about the future.
CAT will provide a studio space, payment of £24,000 in four installments, and access to CAT's ongoing research projects.
More details of how to apply can be found here.