TASML and Eyebeam are pleased to announce a new prize for emerging Chinese media artists under the age of 35, including those living outside China. Titled TASML | Carroll / Fletcher@Eyebeam: Young Chinese Artist Talent Award, the prize is generously sponsored by the London based Carroll Fletcher Gallery and Eyebeam. An international jury will convene to select the winning artist who demonstrates excellence of past works and future promise. The award money of US$8000 will support the selected artist for a three-month residency at Eyebeam in New York City. TASML and Eyebeam, in collaboration with Carroll / Fletcher Gallery, will organize receptions and presentations to introduce the awardee to the New York art community. Carroll / Fletcher Gallery will showcase the results of these residencies for the awarded artists in its London space over the two-year cycle of the award.
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TASML | Tsinghua University Art and Science Media Laboratory is a research laboratory that aims to synergize the rich resources available among the Tsinghua’s diverse research facilities and laboratories to create an incubator for crossbred, interdisciplinary experiments among artists, designers, scientists and technologists. TASML also functions as a center and a hub for worldwide exchange and collaboration both with academic and the global media art and design community.
Eyebeam is a nonprofit exhibition space, artist colony, and R&D lab that supports dynamic and risk-taking work at the intersection of art and technology. For over sixteen years, Eyebeam has been dedicated to exposing audiences to experimental and interdisciplinary work, providing an environment for dialogue, collaboration, and discovery. For more information on Eyebeam http://eyebeam.org
Carroll / Fletcher Gallery Co-founded by Jonathon Carroll and Steve Fletcher, Carroll / Fletcher is a contemporary art gallery located on Eastcastle Street in Central London. The gallery supports existing and new forms of artistic production, and works with exceptional emerging and established artists, whose practices use a diverse range of media to explore contemporary socio-political, cultural, scientific and technological themes. Carroll / Fletcher showcases developments in visual culture by commissioning and exhibiting ambitious new works. It collaborates with museums and other non-commercial institutions to develop interest in, and long-term critical appreciation of the work of its artists. The gallery also presents curated group shows, occasional location specific works and collaborative education projects.
For more information about Carrol Fletcher Gallery http://www.carrollfletcher.com