Have you had your working method changed by software?

Deadline: n/a  |  Published: 19/09/2018  |  City: Oxford  |  Region: Oxfordshire  |  Country: United Kingdom  |  Tom Milnes

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We are looking for artists, designers, musicians and creatives to take part in a research project investigating artists practices affected by technology. This research study is specifically looking for people who have their methods of working affected by software changes. This can include: Updates, software obsolescence, changes to cloud-based tools or commercial shifts in technology which have forced changes to their working method.

Who: We are looking for artists, designers, musicians and creatives to take part in research into artists practices affected by technology. 

What: This research study is specifically looking for people who have their methods of working affected by software changes. This can include: Updates, software obsolescence, changes to cloud-based tools or commercial shifts in technology which have forced changes to their working method.

Where: The interview would be conducted online. Either by email or by Skype depending on the interviewee's preference. 

Why: Artists are increasingly being marginalised by commercial tools which are changed whilst in their hands. The research is the beginning of a survey of practitioners to investigate the breadth and depth of effect upon working artists methods cause by commercial shifts in creative tools. The interviews would be part of a wider research project into the effect of cloud-based tools on artists practices conducted in association with Falmouth University and 3D3 Consortium.

 

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Who is eligible for this opportunity?
Any practitioner in the creative arts who feels their practice has been affected in the manner described.
When is the deadline?
No ooficial deadline. However, research will start to be written up in November/December.
How much does it cost?
Not cost to participants
Are there payments to artists?
Sadly not. However, artist will be mentioned and credited in the research paper and at conferences should they agree.

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