Impossible Perspectives Lab: UK Artist Open Call, Abandon Normal Devices (AND)


An XR talent development residency exploring new visions, exchanges and experiences of heritage at Tatton Park. 

Apply by: noon, Monday 31st January 2022

Abandon Normal Devices (AND) are excited to launch Impossible Perspectives Lab, a collaborative XR talent development residency supporting new visions, exchanges and experiences of heritage. Developed in collaboration with Cheshire East Council as part of SHIFT and Tatton Park, and collaborating with experts, artists and technologists from SODA Labs (School of Digital Arts, Manchester Metropolitan University) and HTC. The programme is inspired by Tatton Park’s landscape and the works of Italian painter Canaletto. The Lab will welcome six artists to a week-long residential programme to develop their practice and proposals towards immersive artworks for Tatton Park.


What this opportunity includes:

  • Fully-funded five day residential talent development programme
  • Workshops and guest talks from leading industry figures and artists
  • New technology demonstrations from leading technology partners
  • Support and collaboration with Tatton Park and National Trust curators 
  • An opportunity to meet and connect with a new group of artists, technologists, producers and researchers 
  • Support from the Abandon Normal Devices Producer 
  • Travel to and from Tatton Park and other partner sites 
  • Private accommodation on-site at Tatton Park 
  • £500 honorarium per artist / collective (please note the Arts Jobs website requires a pro-rata salary to list an opportunity, which was worked out at £500 x 52 weeks. The total honorarium for this project is £500 per artist / collective)


Visit the AND website for more information and to apply:

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