Trust Me, I’m an Artist

Trust Me, I’m an Artist was a project lead by Waag Society in collaboration with Brighton and Sussex Medical School, The Arts Catalyst, Ciant, Kapelica Gallery, Medical Museion, Capsula and Leonardo/Olats, that investigated how artists and cultural institutions can best engage with biotechnology and biomedicine in order to drive innovation in artistic production, ways of presenting artworks, and developing new audiences in Europe.

Waag Society, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, The Arts Catalyst, Ciant, Kapelica Gallery, Medical Museion, Capsula and Leonardo/Olats I trustmeimanartist.eu

What?

Trust me, I’m an Artist involves a series of practical and discussion-based participatory workshop activities, residencies, seminars, performances and case studies.

Objectives

The main goal is to provide artists, cultural institutions and audiences with the skills to understand the ethical issues that arise in the creation and exhibition of artworks made in collaboration with biotechnology and biomedicine.

Additionally, the project will provide science and technology collaborators with new ethical frameworks for successfully working with cultural and creative players.

Who is it for?

Individuals and cultural institutions.

Where?

European countries

Duration of stay

Depends on the project.

Financing amounts

Depends on the project.

Source of funding

Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme.

Type of activity

Community event, Residency, Workshop

Type of sector

Arts, Science, Technology