Collusion are looking to commission and present a series of groundbreaking new artworks across the broad spectrum of art, technology and human interaction. They are looking for bold, ambitious proposals to deliver interactive, immersive experiences exploring the impact of technology on society.
Proposed works should also consider how they might illustrate, explore or address the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. Technology will play a key role in addressing the Goals and artists can make a vital contribution by providing alternative perspectives.
The commissions are open to UK artists across all disciplines, as well as arts organisations, collectives and creatives assembled around cross-disciplinary making, including those working across art and technology.
Successful projects will be in development from January 2018 to March 2019, leading to a major exhibition taking place in Cambridge in April 2019 as the culmination of the three-year in_collusion programme.
Projects will have outline budgets in the range of £10,000 - £20,000.
Deadline: Noon, Tuesday 17 October 2017.
More information can be found here.