A reflective period of photographic research with the North Lands Creative archive, collection and artworks, and an opportunity to produce a set of documentary based photographs of the studio and wider context of North Lands Creative, visiting artists and studio users.
A research period getting to know the organisation and staff, with access to related pieces ofarchival material and the collection.
Initially offered as a 4-week residency.
Photographer-in-residence connecting with North Lands Collection. As part of our digitisation ambitions, we are looking to appoint a photographer to spend time on campus working with the staff team and broader studio users. We are looking for a practitioner who has an interest in collections and whose practice embraces the opportunity to co-author the project with others. As a starting point the practitioner will work with the staff exploring the purpose and some of the themes of the collection and the studio site.
The project aims to connect the organisation with the local community, using the rich heritage of the collection and associated archive as a stimulus for discussion and creative activity. The project looks to explore intergenerational engagement throughout the activity.
Using the Collection as a starting point to develop an online repository of the 27-year collection, the project will also result in a permanent display of new photographic work, exhibited throughout the campus building. The longer-term aim is to examine the interest in establishing a local photography group, which will continue to run as a self sustainable initiative once the photographer has finished their initial residency.
To be considered for this project please send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Sunday 10th July:
– Photographers based in Scotland
- – CV
- – Website and / or images of recent work
- – A statement in no more than 300 words on how you feel you would approach the residency