1 May - 31 May, 2022
Born in Sunderland, Atwill is a sound hunter & part-function/part-fiction artist. Inspired by her grandparents’ homes, cultural history and roots in mining communities of North East England, she creates alternative realities using time-based media such as casting, film & sound.
Ear Plan is an audiovisual work exploring the mining culture of North East England via processes of casting, photography, and sound, combining material experimentation with poetic imagination.
Drawn to edges of rivers, excavating mud, and other elemental materials, Atwill is a part-function/part-fiction artist. Inspired by her grandparents’ homes, cultural history and roots in mining communities of the North East, she creates an alternative reality where fossilised sound exists and objects speak, materials sing; merging tangible precious debris* with sounds of heritage and inheritance.
View Ear Plan and listen to our chat with Susan in our online Screening Room throughout May.
13 June - 13 July, 2022
deadline 22 May
11:11 Online is a one-month residency offering Residency 11:11’s online platforms to develop a body or research. We are interested in alternative uses of the online and questions around the intersection of art, technology and accessibility. Previous online residency projects can be found in our archive page here.
Supported by Arts Council England, Residency 11:11 is offering a one-month online residency to an art practitioner or collective with an affinity to the digital.
Who can apply: All art practitioners both national or international.
We are interested in collaborative projects and applying as a group/collective is encouraged. Residency 11:11 is a queer and female run organisation and we prioritise artist who identify as such.
What we offer: £250 artist fee, curatorial support and project development, use of our website to showcase research and develop work, zoom and social media outputs, online public event at the end of the residency
FIND OUT MORE ON HOW TO APPLY HERE