"9to5" is a hyper-connected co-working space that broadcasts localized knowledge and receives worldwide commands to accelerate the creative process. Operating as open source software, all elements of the space are modifiable by users, regardless of location. The goal is to make “9to5” a permanent installation by threading itself into an Atlanta community space. The "9to5" team will be awarded $20,000, a two week Hambidge residency, and administration and production support.
The Goat Farm and Hambidge chose the finalists for FIELD EXPERIMENT 2016 from 77 applications received from 32 cities, 16 states, and 4 countries including Thailand, Chile, Canada & Norway. The Field Experiment 2016 proposals included experimentation in the natural sciences & applied sciences, new media, movement, sound based work, transportation, architecture & design computation, music composition, participatory interventions, urban planning, 2D & 3D visual art & robotics.
The Panelists for Field Experiment 2016 were:
Jamie Badoud, Executive Director of The Hambidge Center
Teresa Bramlette Reeves, Director of Curatorial Affairs, Zuckerman Museum of Art
Madison Cario, Director of the Office of the Arts at Georgia Tech
Bethany Collins, Multidisciplinary Artist
Anthony Harper, Co-founder of The Goat Farm Arts Center