SCANZ 2011: Eco sapiens — Residency Information
Dates: 17-30 January, 2011
Location: Main workshop venues – 109 Devon Street West New Plymouth, and Pukekura Park. Various public events, workshops, installations occur during the residency.
The SCANZ 2011: Eco sapiens two week residency has been designed for individuals and groups whose focus is on developing creative, poetically pragmatic or provocative projects which raise awareness of the issues that confront us, generate connections between people, with their natural environment, and which grapple with the challenges of individual and collective evolution.
The selected residency projects are to take place in variety of spaces in and around the city. Several networked, DIY, and otherwise actively and openly distributed ways of working have been supported. Preparations are also being made for those interested to participate remotely.
Creative Residency Projects
Projects for the creative residency have been selected for their poetic pragmatics, local social engagements, and ability to instigate a mode of thinking about our understandings of ourselves and our relationships to the ecologies, energies and networks around us.
Examples of residency projects:
The SCANZ 2011: Eco sapiens creative residency participants include Jo Tito, Andrew Hornblow, Dhyana Beaumont, DodoLab (Andrew Hunter with Lisa Hirmer), Raewyn Turner, Karen Ingham, ÆLab (Gisèle Trudel with Stéphane Claude), Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski, Angelo Vermeulen, Jonah Marinovich, Nina Czegledy (our International Research Fellow) and Janine Randerson, Keith Armstrong and Leah Barclay, and Ramon Guardans. Dr Te Huirangi Waikerepuru, Roger Malina and Erich Berger of Ars Bioarctica will be involved in the hui, to be held at Owae marae. Julian Priest’s Slow Flow project is also a partner project, and will immediately follow the SCANZ 2011 residency.