Peter Paul’s 1960’s documentary film Double Harvest told the story of the Steelworks’ impact on Corby, where the land was harvested for iron ore, returning to farmland for future crop yields. In 2016, Corby’s population was projected to increase faster than any other borough outside of London, with much of the land now being developed for homes welcoming new migrations of people to the town.
We are inviting artists to remix Double Harvest, alongside footage from three other Corby heritage films to create new narratives through the extraction of archival film material.
We will be commissioning up to six new artist works, with a fee of £750 for each commission.
To access the films and apply, visit our website: http://fermynwoods.org/triple-harvest-call-out/
Contact NameFermynwoods Contemporary Art
Start Date10th May 2020
Closing Date1st June 2020