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The NewBridge Project x 11:11 Residency: Call Out for members!

Posted: 3 August 2022

The NewBridge Project members are invited to apply for a paid residency with 11:11 Online!

Open Call for The NewBridge Project x 11:11 Online

Deadline 28 August

Residents selected by 7 September

Fee: £250

Residency will run online from 1 October – 31 October 2022

In Partnership with The NewBridge Project, Residency 11:11 is offering a one-month online residency to ALL members of The NewBridge Project.

11:11 Online is a one-month residency offering Residency 11:11’s online platforms to develop a body or research. We are interested in alternative uses of the online and questions around the intersection of art, technology and accessibility.

Who can apply: This opportunity is open to all The NewBridge Project Members. You can become a member here: Become a Member

We are interested in collaborative projects and applying as a group/collective is encouraged.

What we offer: £250 artist budget, curatorial support and project development, use of our website to showcase research and develop work, zoom and social media outputs, online public event at the end of the residency. You aren’t expected to spend loads of time on it; we imagine you’d commit 10 hours over the course of the month to the residency. 

Giulia Shah and Alexandra Bell run Residency 11:11. Under the moniker Abel Shah, they make work that explores language, collaboration and authorship and are previous Practice Makes Practice Residents at The NewBridge Project. Current NewBridge members, Grace Collins, Archie Smith and Kitty McKay (Incursions), have undertaken an online residency with 11:11. You can check out past resident on their website. 

This is an opportunity to take time and space to explore your practice, sharing as much or as little as you want to online. It is also a chance to receive mentoring from Abel Shah and their artistic networks as well as use their platform to share your practice with broader audiences.

To Apply

You must be a member of The NewBridge Project to apply for this opportunity. You can choose from 3 different memberships: Studio, Hot Desk or Associate Membership here.

1. Send us a brief outline of your proposed project max 750 words. Or max 5 min voice recording. Make sure to incorporate the following:

  • How will you be using the online
  • Why is the online relevant to your project
  • What are you aiming to gain from the residency
  • If you’d like to facilitate a public online event at the end of the residency and what form you imagine this to take

2. Portfolio no longer than 10 pages (PDF) or slideshow/video showcase no longer than 5 min (Vimeo or Youtube link)  . Please send one portfolio combining works if applying as a group. Feel free to add text if this feels appropriate. 

Please send all information attached to one email body to or email us here for any questions. 

About residency 11:11

Residency 11:11 is an artist-run and led residency offering domestic and online residencies alongside a public programme of events and workshops. Initiated by artists Giulia Shah and Alexandra Bell in 2018, the residency runs from their flat in London. 

​As an artist-run initiative we share experiences as peers and support artists in the same way we would like to be supported. As an artist-led initiative we encourage artists to identify what they need and from here we do our best to support this. 

Residency 11:11’s domestic residency is a research based residency situated in a residential shared flat in London. For a duration of one month the residency aims to connect its guests to the city’s artistic landscape, encouraging practitioners to explore local discourses and collaborations.

Since 2019 we have been facilitating an online residency programme. The 11:11 Online residency is accessed from your computer screen and encourages residents to explore and share a new body of research via our online platform. 11:11 Online focuses on questions around the intersection of art, technology and accessibility.  To find out more visit our archive page.

11:11 supports art practitioners by opening up the network of Friends of 11:11. By creating transnational connections we are interested in diverse practices that question the role of art and how this can differ across borders, histories and economies. 

We are currently supported by Arts Council England.