PETRAS Open Call: Trust, privacy, security and ethics of female-oriented technology

Updated: 26 July 2022

We are looking for artists, designers and creative technologists who are interested in exploring FemTech cybersecurity, privacy, ethics and trust. We invite you to create critical artefacts and interventions that include digital and material speculations. You will have the opportunity to explore the technical and social aspects of this complex issue with the project team throughout your engagement, including workshops and informal interaction.

We want to commission a diverse selection of work, creating various new entry points to this research for new audiences. We are open to all types of creative response to this call, but will require there to be a digital aspect to the work, whether this is the work itself or an accompanying artefact.

Eligibility: EoIs are welcome from all over the world. There is no expectation that all artists/designers must attend anything in person in the UK and we will take a flexible approach to working in person/online/hybrid depending on the composition of the group of successful artists and designers.

What you get: Selected artists, designers, and creative technologists will receive £1500. We will cover the costs of transporting works. You will retain ownership of the work in the long term but will agree to it being exhibited by PETRAS at the end of the project.

Deadline 21 August 2022

PETRAS National Centre of Excellence for IoT Systems Cybersecurity

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