Convocatoria abierta BeeTime #8 Octubre-Noviembre 2019

ARTE, ECOLOGÍA & CIENCIA · RESIDENCIA ARTÍSTICA
Del 27 de octubre al 18 de noviembre 2019, Santa Lucía, Vejer de la Frontera, España

OPEN CALL

for PhD and MA by Research students attending HEIs in the NW of England
Fecha límite para presentación de propuestas: 3 de julio de 2019

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Exploring infinite intimacy in nature

Doctoral and MA by Research students across Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences in the NW of England are invited to submit a proposal to attend the residency from 27 October to 18 November 2019. We invite participants to look at their own practices through the lens of dynamic relationships in nature.

Bee Time is a residency programme which is strongly rooted in the local ecology and culture in and around Santa Lucia, Andalucia. Past residents have worked with the honey bee as a metaphor from which the relationship between the landscape and the human being has been investigated. Others have used it more broadly to reveal hitherto hidden elements within their field of enquiry. A theme that has repeatedly emerged during these residencies is the presence of infinite intimate relationships in the natural world. In this residency, we are keen to map and explore how this idea can be applied to a variety of research disciplines.

Tags: #data and creativity #relational art #ecocriticism #social sculpture #systems thinking #dynamic mapping #ecological creative processes #biomimicry #gender studies #biopolitics #love

Bee Time Artist Residency #8, October-November 2019 Santa Lucía
Bee Time Artist Residency #8, October-November 2019 Santa Lucía

PhD and MA by Research students attending HEIs in the NW of England are welcome to apply.

In Manchester the residency is managed by Dr Myna Trustram (Manchester School of Art, MMU). In Santa Lucia, the residency will be managed on a daily basis by the team of Bee Time Artist Residencies.

Students are invited to make proposals to interpret and respond to the theme of ‘intimate relationships in nature’ in whatever ways are appropriate to their research. We anticipate a possible mix across the students of artistic, visual, writing, music, historical, philosophical, linguistic, political science and sociological methods. The residency format (i.e. an intense period of study that is residential and in a new and stimulating environment) works well for all students who wish to explore their research question through experiential learning.

Students will work alongside the staff of Bee Time who are visual and graphic artists, and performers, and have been developing socially engaged artistic practice in their community for the past four years. Beetime have an ongoing collaboration with NMAC (an open air land art museum in the area) and El Cubo Verde (a network of art+nature projects).

During the first week students will take part in workshops facilitated by Bee Time staff relating to the theme of the residency. In the second week there will be round-table discussions with local experts selected to suit the research themes of the participating applicants. Towards the end of the residency we will hold an open studio and presentation programme of the work that has been undertaken. Students will have substantial time to work alone or with each other on their project.

Santa Lucia is a village in Andalucia, 50 km from Cadiz. Students will encounter a relatively remote area of Spain which is dealing with considerable issues of unemployment, migration from north Africa, agricultural degradation, and a growing economic reliance on tourism. Through exploring the area’s traditional, as well as commercial, agricultural practices, students will learn about the complex ecological issues local communities are facing, both locally and worldwide.


Facilities, conditions and application form

Please find attached the complete residency information here: Bee Time Open Call #8 [.doc 412kb]
Send your application form to Myna Trustram (m.trustram@mmu.ac.uk) by July 3rd 2019

We will tell you the result of your application within four weeks of the closing date.

If you have any questions, contact Dr Myna Trustram (m.trustram@mmu.ac.uk)
or Dr Jorge Gallardo (beetimers@gmail.com).


Con el apoyo y colaboración de:

Residency funded by North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NWCDTP) and BE.TIME SCA. With the collaboration of: Postgraduate Arts and Humanities Centre (PAHC), Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) y AV Pedro Esquivel, Santa Lucía


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