Sunday, 15 March 2015


Artist Residencies at Outlandia announced

In January 2015 a call-out was made for artist proposals for week-long residencies hosted by London Fieldworks & the Nevis Landscape Partnership at Outlandia, a unique artists’ studio and field-station in Glen Nevis, Scotland. 

From 65 applications received the Outlandia Steering Group selected 8 UK based artists to receive a bursary of £250 to support their residency. Due to the exceptional standard of the proposals received a further 14 unfunded artist residencies have been offered.

The selected proposals respond to Outlandia’s distinctive and remote geographical forest location overlooked by the UK’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, in the Scottish Highlands, engaging with the rich local context of nature, industry, tourism and heritage. The selected artists represent a range of disciplines and practice including: fine art, painting and sculpture, architecture, illustration, composition, sound art, creative writing, poetry, performance, film-making, and digital practices.

Artists awarded bursaries:
  • Ali Beradelli, Jen Deschenes, Clare Reynolds (Lochaber)
  • Zoe Benbow (London)
  • Justin Carter (Glasgow)
  • Harry Giles (Edinburgh)
  • Andrea Gregson, Thomas Hylander (London)
  • Jen Randall & Claire Carter (Glasgow/Sheffield)
  • Hanna Tuulikki (Edinburgh)
  • Yulia Kovanova, Zhao Xie , Nadia Dermatopoulou, Kelly de Wet (Edinburgh)
Unfunded artist residencies:
  • Su Grierson, Kyra Clegg (Highland)
  • Emma Conder (Sheffield)
  • Mike Dodd (Norfolk)
  • Katie Goodwin (London)
  • Bethan Maddocks (Wolsingham)
  • Ruth le Gear (Highland)
  • Katherine MacLean (Highland)
  • Claire Macleod (Highland)
  • Marielle MacLeman (Ireland)
  • Ian Maslen (London)
  • Jess Rotherham (Edinburgh)
  • Thom Scullion and Dotted Q (Bristol)
  • Laura Degenhardt, Ruth Simons (Oxford)
  • Lucy Tedham (Highland)

Nevis Landscape Partnership & London Fieldworks would like to thank Heritage Lottery Fund for making these opportunities a possibility.

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