Three Points of Contact is a new roving residency and evolving network that creates the opportunity for curators to work together, bringing international artists into contact with UK artists at contrasting locations.
The residency sets up as an experimental space in each participating gallery, where the artists can research and develop ideas through collaborative experiments, dialogue and public interaction.
In the pilot year, the three month residency started in York at New School House Gallery and York St John University (13–23 Nov 2012), moved to The Glasgow School of Art (3–14 Dec 2012) and finished in Penzance at The Exchange (15–26 Jan 2013). The residency is also online at http://www.threepointsofcontact.info . Images of the residency can be viewed at http://www.flickr.com/photos/tpcresidency/sets/ A film of the Glasgow leg of the residency, shot by Christopher Quinn can be viewed at https://vimeo.com/57599492
Three Points of Contact was devised by Judit Bodor, Blair Todd and Jenny Brownrigg. It was funded by Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.