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Open Call for Artists: Tinnitus, Auditory Knowledge and the Arts, OVADA

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Open Call for two UK-based artists, as part of the AHRC project, 'Tinnitus, Auditory Knowledge and the Arts'.

This research project will interrogate the relationship between tinnitus and the creative arts. The project is co-ordinated by Dr. Marie Thompson (Open University) and Dr. Patrick Farmer (Oxford Brookes University), and supported by the British Tinnitus Association.

As part of the project, OVADA (Oxford, UK) will host an exhibition in October 2021, which will critically examine how both tinnitus and ‘auraldiversity’ can inform artistic, curatorial and exhibition practice. Selected artists will explore processes which interrogate how the diverse and unpredictable nature of tinnitus can inform curatorial and exhibition practice, as well as the commissioned artwork itself.

Further details and brief: www.ovada.org.uk/open-call-for-artists-tinnitus/

For further information about the project visit: www.open.ac.uk/blogs/tinnitus 

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