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VR / AR Residency

December 21, 2016

http://www.oregonstoryboard.org/residency/

video: https://www.facebook.com/willpap/videos/10155664771699552/​ 

 

 

 

A panel comprised of David Diamond (collector and artist), Exonemo (artist collaborative), Ceci Moss (curator), Christiane Paul (curator), Roddy Schrock (curator and Eyebeam director), and Caroline Sinders (UX designer and artist) met on October 26 to review submissions. We received more than 150 submissions from all over the world; selections were based on artistic accomplishment, letter of intent, evidence of multidisciplinary experience and overall residency diversity.

Eight artists were selected:

 

November

Rosa Menkman
rosa-menkman.blogspot.com

 

Victoria Scott
victoriascott.org

 

Ji Yeon Lim
yaloopop.com

 

Charles Harrop-Griffiths
www.charlesharropgriffiths.com

 

December

Freya Björg Olafson     
freyaolafson.com

 

Kristin Lucas
www.kristinlucas.com

 

William Pappenheimer
www.willpap-projects.com

 

Ryan Woodring
ryanwoodring.com

 

-Overview-

Oregon Story Board, Eyebeam and Upfor Gallery are collaborating on a pilot residency to familiarize artists with augmented reality and virtual reality platforms. Residencies last 10 days and take place in Portland, Oregon. Two separate residency sessions will offered in November and December, 2016. Residents are not required to produce artwork during or after the residency. In January 2017, residents are invited to participate (in person or by Skype) in a discussion of their experiences.

 

-Mission-

The residency’s mission is to contribute to a diversity of perspectives and critical thinking on the effect of augmented- and virtual reality developments on artistic production. The residency will provide selected artists a short but intense period of research and experimentation with training and support from expert volunteers. The residency consists of access to resources; living space is available for a limited number of residents thanks to the generosity ofRainmaker Residency. 

Although finished work may be the outco

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