Unique among UK institutions, SPACE supports artists who work at the intersection of art, technology and ecology. By focusing on artists and their relationship with emerging technology, the residencies encourage consideration of how artistic practice is continually shifting, responding and innovating in an increasingly fragmented post-analogue era.
SPACE residencies nurture and support the participating artists by offering space, time, and resources to produce new work, as well as a public platform to share and develop their ideas.
SPACE residencies currently take place at The White Building. Read about the 2014 – 15 artists here.
Previous residency partners include Canada Council for the Arts, LG, and Iaspis.
SPACE also runs a series of bursary schemes offering artists space to work, alongside collaborations with a range of partners on international programmes from Eyebeam, Art and Technology Center in New York to LUX, London.