[NetBehaviour] Two fully funded PhD Studentships

ruth catlow ruth.catlow at furtherfield.org
Tue Apr 3 16:06:53 CEST 2018

These look really good and necessary
Thank you for posting them here!

On 03/04/18 14:32, Zouli, Ioanna wrote:
> To whom it may concern,
> Please see below an announcement for two (2) fully-funded PhD 
> scholarships from The Centre for the Study of the Networked Image 
> <http://www.centreforthestudyof.net/> at London South Bank University 
> and please feel free to distribute to your networks as appropriate:
> *The Centre for the Study of the Networked Image is delighted to 
> announce two fully funded PhD studentships at London South Bank 
> University in partnership with:
> *
> (1) *The Serpentine Galleries*
> _‘From Institution to Platform: Organisational Structures and Arts 
> Practices in Network Cultures’_
> The Serpentine Galleries in London is one of the world’s foremost 
> contemporary art and architecture institutions,which is in the 
> process of developing a digital strategy within its organisation. One 
> problem the Serpentine has identified is a lack of capacity for the 
> arts to influence the direction of new technologies because 
> organisational networks, through which new ways of thinking about the 
> future of the arts can travel and flourish, remain nascent.
> One of the overarching issues for the research would be to identify 
> the barriers to greater art and technology cooperation at the 
> institutional level and to identify practices which could act as 
> catalysts for future cooperation on an inter-institutional level.
> and
> (2) *Gasworks and The Royal College of Art*
> _‘Transnational Art Practices and Online Networks in the 21st Century’_
> Established in 1994, Gasworks is a non-profit contemporary visual art 
> organisation working at the intersection between UK and international 
> practices and debates. Gasworks provides studios for London-based 
> artists; commissions emerging UK-based and international artists to 
> present their first major exhibitions in the UK. Over the last two 
> decades Gasworks has worked with over 250 artists from 70 countries 
> around the world.
> The archive and networks of the international artist residency 
> programme at Gasworks will form the basis of a fieldwork study, from 
> which a curatorial research project will be established and result in 
> a number of public interactions and engagements, through panel 
> discussions, events, exhibitions, publications and online forums.
> Closing day for applications: Monday the 23rd of April 2018.
> Interviews: 1-3 May
> For a more detailed brief about each of the PhD studentships, person 
> specification and how to apply, please follow the link below:
> http://www.centreforthestudyof.net/2018/03/new-funded-collaborative-phd-partnerships/
> Thank you,
> *Ioanna Zouli *
> Centre for the Study of the Networked Image
> Administrator & Research Assistant
> Email <mailto:zoulii at lsbu.ac.uk>/ Twitter 
> <https://twitter.com/not_Lolana>
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