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Artist Commission: Bristol-based food project

Productive Margins is seeking an artist or collective/team to work collaboratively on a socially engaged arts project exploring access to food in community settings in Bristol. Applications are invited from from artists and creative practitioners from a range of disciplines including visual arts, performance, installation, and public art.

The project will run from May to July 2016 and the artist(s) will take part in a two-stage process. The artist(s) will be responsible for co-designing and co- facilitating participatory workshops to bring participants together from two communities in Bristol to co-investigate the spatial and neighbourhood regulation of access to food. The artist(s) will then develop this with community and academic researchers into an artwork/series of works that imagines, envisions and realises alternative spatial-regulatory scenarios that place communities at the heart of decision-making.

Budget: Up to £6,500 (including VAT and materials)
Deadline for applications: 10am, Tuesday 19th April 2016
Selection date: Thursday 28th April,  with work to commence in May 2016 until the end of July 2016

Please download the full artist brief, with details about how to apply, here.

For more information please contact Kitty Webster on 0117 903 0444.

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