Lobster Trap 2016 – Andy Webster & Darren Ray

Darren Ray Bird Nest Project 2015

We are delighted to announce that Andy Webster & Darren Ray are the recipients of the OSR Projects Lobster Trap Commission 2016.

Inspired by ‘Drop City’, an environmental research centre and collaborative space for artists, inventors, free-thinkers and collectives that was set up in 1965, the artists are interested in exploring if the ‘Droppers’ thoughts and ideals still have relevance 50 years on?

The exhibition ‘Droppers’ will take place at the OSR Project Space
16 April – 8 May 2016 Thursday – Saturday 11am – 5pm (or by appointment)

More about the project & artists

 

Image: Darren Ray The bird nest project 2015


Invisible Landscapes Seminar- Review by Sara Bowler

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What lies hidden in a place? And how do we engage with it? Read Sara Bowlers review of OSR Projects Invisible Landscapes seminar


Commission Opportunity for Sound Artist

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b-side and OSR Projects are inviting South West based Sound Artists to submit proposals to take part in Weather Station (Part 2)
Find out more here


Lobster Trap commission – Final Call

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An invitation for an artist-led group to take over the OSR Project Space and produce new work that develops their practice and explores innovative approaches to participation and audience engagement. DEADLINE _FRIDAY 15 JAN

Download Lobster Trap 2016 commission brief PDF

Ropewalkers Commissions – Final call

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Opportunity for three artists to make new work inspired by Dawe’s Twineworks museum and social history project in West Coker, Somerset, UK during 2016.

Deadline 5 January 2016

Ropewalkers Commission Brief


Lobster Trap Commission 2016

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An invitation for an artist-led group to take over the OSR Project Space and produce new work that develops their practice and explores innovative approaches to participation and audience engagement.

Download Lobster Trap 2016 commission brief PDF

Notes from the Invisible Landscapes Seminar

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Thank you to all that journeyed from far and near to take part in the Invisible Landscapes Seminar last week. We have had an overwhelmingly positive response to the day and look forward to continuing the conversations. “…an energetic and powerful discourse on the need for change, and how we as artists might take a lead on this”… read Deborah Westmancoat’s notes from the Invisible Landscapes Seminar


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