We are very pleased to announce the following artists in residence for our upcoming Homework: Infrastructures & Collaboration in Social Practices project.
These artists were selected from over 120 applicants and represent an incredibly diverse range of practices, interests, and backgrounds:
- Andrea Carvalho Montreal, QC
- Brennan Broome and Chloé Womack Portland, OR
- Brett Randall Jones & Jack Forinash Oakland/San Francisco, CA
- Charlie Michaels Ann Arbor/Detroit, MI
- Department of Unusual Certainties Toronto, ON
- Zoe Kreye Berlin / Victoria, BC
- Elliott Jocic Montreal, QC / Toronto, ON
- Immony Men Toronto, ON
- Laura Leif Calgary, AB
- Lea Bucknell London, ON
- Megan Deal Detroit, MI
- Nick Tobier Ann Arbor/Detroit, MI
- Rodrigo Marti Los Angeles, CA / Toronto, ON
- spmb Winnipeg, MB / São Paulo
- Roving Studio Seattle, WA
We’ll be announcing our keynotes and conference participants soon, followed by further details on the entire project in the coming weeks. In the meantime, you should consider registering to attend the conference (ps. it’s free).
HOMEWORK: Infrastructures & Collaboration in Social Practices is four-day residency, two-day conference, and collaboratively-written publication aimed at generating conversation around the following:
- alternative infrastructures,
- radical collaboration,
- social practice,
- art implicated in social change,
- neighbourhood-level activities,
- city-wide imaginations,
- site-specific curiosities,
- tactical resistance,
- new models for art education and research.
Facilitated by Broken City Lab, HOMEWORK calls on artists, scholars, writers, thinkers, and doers interested in any of the above to join us in Windsor, Ontario on October 21 and October 22, 2011.
Homework: Infrastructures & Collaboration in Social Practices is generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council, the University of Windsor’s School of Visual Arts, and our community partner the Art Gallery of Windsor.