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ONASSIS AIR 2020/21: THE SCHOOL OF INFINITE REHEARSALS

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Onassis AiR Open Call 2020/21: The Infinite Rehearsal in Four Movements 
Application deadline: April 24, 2020, 5pm (GMT+3)

ONASSIS AiR, the (inter)national artistic research residency program in Athens, invites artists, curators, designers, activists, collectives, educators, lawyers, performance and film makers, economists, agitators, philosophers, and other practitioners to apply for 2020/21 Open Call: The Infinite Rehearsal in Four Movements, which runs between September 2020 and May 2021.

Fall 2020: Identities Annihilated
Movement I: September 14-October 25, 2020
Movement II: November 2-December 13, 2020

Spring 2021: Everything Equally Evolved
Movement III: February 17-March 31, 2021
Movement IV: April 7-May 19, 2021

Inspired by the title of a novel by Wilson Harris, The Infinite Rehearsal in Four Movements is conceived as a collective program focused on two research areas we find urgent to explore. Each Movement Group of five to six participants will engage in a collective “rehearsal,” bringing their own “instrument” in the form of their existing practice that clearly engages with one of the research topic areas in a radical way.

Fall 2020 & Spring 2021 Movement Groups will have one convener each—a practitioner in their own right, with an in-depth knowledge of the research topic explored, who will provide a framework for the two Movement Groups each will convene, in the form of possible readings, meetings with other practitioners, research trips, workshops, tools, etc.

Fall 2020: Identities Annihilated will be convened by performance theorist Hypatia Vourloumis. During Movement I & Il, we will, following Edouard Glissant, seek to attend to the ways in which identities cannot be reduced or made transparent. We will ask: ‘how are we all entangled, in the quantum physics’ sense, in a planetary "difference without separability" as Denise Ferreira da Silva writes? How are we always already “singular-plural” (Jean-Luc Nancy), in the elsewhere and otherwise? How can we destroy the fixed notions and categories of separation inherent to racial capitalism through the aesthetics of a transformative mode of history and time, through the aesthetic imagination and its materializations as transformative and abolitionist force?

Spring 2021: Everything Equally Evolved will be convened by writer and artist James Bridle in collaboration with Vessel. During Movement III & IV we will collectively explore some of these, and other questions: How can the tools we have at hand be reimagined to bring us down to Earth? How do we reassert the importance of community while building solidarity with the more-than-human world? What would it look like to take the intelligence of animals, plants, and ecosystems as seriously as we take the intelligence of smart machines? What is the relationship between distributed networks and distributed power? How do we practically engage with sensoriums other than our own? And what is vital about doing so here and now, on the edge of the Mediterranean and other, possible futures?

The working language of Fall 2020 & Spring 2021 research groups is English. All accepted participants will receive a research fee, housing & travel to/from Athens if from abroad, collective research budget, and other resources.

The House That Became a Home (2019/20)
Established by the Onassis Foundation in September 2019, Onassis AiR opened the doors of an empty building in the center of Athens to house a community of peers from Greece and abroad. Today, after six months of inhabiting this space, filling it with hours of thinking, talking, reading, testing, and making as well as eating together, Onassis AiR has become a home. This house now belongs to more than 30 artists, curators and art practitioners, who between September 2019 and June 2020, are supported through four existing modules: The Critical Practices Program, (Inter)national Artistic & Curatorial Research Program,  Exchange Residencies Program, and Emergency Fellowships Program. 

Onassis AiR team: Ash Bulayev, Georgia Giannakea, Myrto Katsimicha and Nefeli Myrodia.

Deadline: 
04/24/2020

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All fees, accommodation, airfare paid by Onassis AiR
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[…] IN RESIDENCE - ZK/U BERLIN OPEN CALL

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In the context of its art and research residency program, ZK/U offers a ‘living & working’ space for artists, scholars, practitioners and professionals of various fields whose practice relates to the exploration and questioning of urban reality. ZK/U welcomes residency applications with proposals framed as contemporary artistic positions that are conceptual, interventionist and contextual, and as research and activism in the fields of urbanism, geography, anthropology, architecture and the humanities.

With collaborative practices and peer-to-peer learning at its core, the residency is about exchanging with and learning from other artists and practitioners. It is a space for urban experimentation where fellows connect through common themes and interests. Residents are encouraged to involve themselves with ZK/U’s programme and to propose their own formats. 

Within the frame of this Open Call, applicants are encouraged to formulate their project proposals with the conceptual framework of ZK/U  in mind.
 

Full Open Call: https://www.zku-berlin.org/open-call/

Residency Program & Space: http://www.zku-berlin.org/residency/ 

Conceptual Frame and investigation leads: https://www.zku-berlin.org/concept/

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04/23/2020

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Origins Artist Residency

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​The Arts are essential to a healthy and robust society. When artists can freely engage with practices that develop well-being and insight they can help sustain the vision and atmosphere needed for a thriving world. Here at Origins, we want to support the creative nature of humanity in the ways that we can. By making mindfulness, meditation, yoga and other nourishing practices available to artists we hope their work can be coupled with good mental health, optimism and respect. 

The Origins Artist Residency program is open to emerging and experienced artists of all ages and disciplines. 

Each residency lasts from one to four weeks. Each artist gets a private room with power for accommodation, a cabin in the forest for a studio (two have no power, one does have power), access to a workshop and to a beautiful space with great acoustics for movement or music making. We have shared facilities for cooking, washing and ablutions. We ask for a payment of $25 per night (to cover accomodation costs). A cultural contribution of a workshop, artist talk, performance or donation of an artwork is suggested, but not required. Often the artist will cover their accommodation costs by holding a workshop, with all donations from the workshop going directly to the artist.

We are particularly seeking regional/local artists but we are very much open to interstate or international artists.
For artists on tight budgets, we have ways that one can reduce their costs of stay, either by additional work for the centre making products for our shop, or through community work. Generally 1 hour per day will pay for 1 nights accommodation.

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: C4CS RESIDENCIES 2020 - 500€ GRANT - SUMMER 2020, CROATIA

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Applications period: March 5th to April 5th , 2020

Residency periods: July/August 2020

 

Centre fro Creative Solutions (C4CS) is a project run by Culture and Education Association in Rasoja, Lika county, Croatia with its 550 meters elevation, off-the-grid premises surrounded by mountains and forests. C4CS aims to establish the platform and space for exchange, practice and innovation in the fields of relations of Human to Other Than Human.

 

Residencies

Practices and methodology that residency supports rely largely on open source, organic, permacultural, sustainable, environmental and ecological approaches to create transdisciplinary strategies. Aim of the residencies is to give artists time and space to get to know her/himself trough relating to Other Than Human by living in rural area with realisation of most basic approaches to establish best possible relation to immediate environment. Media used by artist has to be in accordance to the environmental, ecological and sustainable practices.

Artists in search for peace, seclusion and isolation that can be offered by camping in the woods, by having own space for thinking and reflecting will enjoy this residence. We are dedicated to fostering socio-ecological consciousness within the creative practice through deep, meaningful engagement with the earth and others.

 

2 residency periods are open for application concerned with:

 

1. Notion of the Un-civilized thinking and practices,

2. Biophilia, Ecocentrism and Deep Ecology,

3. Self sustainability and permaculture.

 

 

1st residency theme is Un-civil Energy and Utility

2nd residency theme is Other Than Human

 

Residency benefits

 

30 days residency,

500 € subsidy,

travel costs paid up to 250 €.

Application Criteria

Applications are welcome from international contemporary artists working in a wide range of disciplines including DIY and theory.

 

Applicants should consider the unique circumstances under which C4CS carries out its program, keeping in mind that this residency takes place on a remote rural setting with limited amenities. Residency space and surrounding has to be left better than it was found prior to the residence, recycling, upcycling and composting and using biodegradable and organic products is required.

 

Successful candidates will be responsible for acquiring the necessary visa and medical insurance if coming from a foreign country.

 

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C4CS is not able to provide feedback on individual applications.

 

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R.A.R.O. RESIDENCIES OPEN CALL

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R.A.R.O.- BUENOS AIRES EXTENDED CALL

We are extending our call for national and international artists and curators who want to develop a residence during the month of April in any of our ateliers. Also, thanks to the support of the Metropolitan Fund of Arts and Sciences we will provide a GRANT to an artist from the interior of Argentina under 35 to develop a residency during April.

EXTENDEN DEADLINE March 4. 

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04/04/2020

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Call for Applications: NAC Residency Programme June–November 2020 and Nightlife Residency June–July 2020 in Nida, Lithuania

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Call for Applications: NAC Residency Programme June–November 2020 and Nightlife Residency June–July 2020 in Nida, Lithuania  

Application deadline: 27 March, 2020

NAC is seeking applications for its international residency program and new residency format dedicated to nightlife from artists working in a wide range of disciplines.

 

NAC Residency Programme June–November 2020

The residency programme at Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts (NAC) grants selected artists the opportunity to live and work in Nida, Lithuania for a period between two and six months. NAC is located in a remote UNESCO World Heritage Site, surrounded by the unique landscape of the Curonian spit: forest, sand dunes, a freshwater lagoon, and the sea. NAC is a subdivision of Vilnius Academy of Arts and in addition to the international artist-in-residency programme, it organises educational and research projects as well as exhibitions.

The programme has the capacity to host up to five international residents at a time. NAC regularly works with visual artists and researchers who focus on history, ecology and politics, social sciences, visual culture and interdisciplinarity. The programme is also open to designers, architects, and curators, as well as practitioners working with performing arts, sound, material research/craft, and film. In addition, proposals for a residency by professionals from other fields are always welcome.

The programme’s goal is to provide time and space for residents to focus, and through exchange, gain insight, broaden, and diversify their outlook. NAC is collaborating with local cultural institutions and offers the possibility to organise presentations and engage with the educational programme of NAC by conducting artist talks or workshops at Vilnius Academy of Arts or local public schools.

LIVING AND WORKING CONDITIONS
Each of the five duplex residency studios have 65m2 of total space, and are equipped with basic kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and workspace infrastructure. Additionally, full access is given to the common spaces such as the library and the professional workshop (with laser cutting, wood and metal working tools, plus photo, video and sound equipment).

DURATION
Two to six months; June–November 2020

COSTS
Studio and living space rent is 400 Eur/month, including all taxes, use of equipment, WiFi, communal spaces, and bicycles. No grants are available; selected candidates are issued a letter of support for individual grant-seeking.

 

Nightlife Residency June–July 2020

In collaboration with Beijing based I: Project Space and The Neighborhood, we are calling for DJs, producers, artists, and performers to work in Nida for a two-month residency in June and July 2020, to focus on individual productions and connect to the vivid and urban summer community of the Neringa region, including its open-air beach and forest clubs, bars and hangouts. Nida is a remote village on the Curonian Spit and the Baltic Sea in Lithuania, secluded during most parts of the year, but then becoming a broad meeting point in the summer months.

Developed by I: Project Space and The Neighborhood, Nightlife Residency was launched 2018 for the first time to give artists working on fusion of visual art and nightclub culture time and space to focus on their productions as well as connect to the ever-growing and increasingly idiosyncratic nightclub and electronic music communities in Beijing and China. Bringing this residency format to Nida and the Baltic Region, we want to open up the NAC Residency to a broad scope of practitioners, rhythms, sounds, and visuals and contribute to twisting and broadening definitions of visual culture.

“This new nightlife residency is a safe space for unsafe ideas.”

“You see the untapped potential of nightclubs as spaces in need of deeper consideration; you agree that the relationship between nightlife and contemporary art has not yet been fruitfully explored. As a producer or DJ, you extend what you do into the visual realm; and/or the visual art that you make is tied up with electronic music and nightclubs.”

During the residency, there will be opportunities to perform, exhibit, and experiment with the local scene. The selected resident will receive a 2500€ grant to cover travel and visa costs, living, accommodation, and workspace costs at NAC in Nida.

This application is open to all; there are no restrictions on artists’ mediums, age, nationality, ethnicity, gender, or any other criteria.

 

Deadline: 
03/27/2020

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