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Open Call - IN//BETWEEN #8 Artist Residency

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Green Hill Gallery is pleased to announce the open call for our IN//BETWEEN #8 art residency and exhibition program. In//Between is not just an exhibition - it is a collaborative project that brings together artists from different cultures and parts of the world.

In//Between is about creating a space that does not belong to any artist, culture, language, art form, or discipline. For four weeks, the artists selected will get the chance to examine the ways they have previously seen and done things and look to what lies ahead: an open canvas, a blank role of film, a block of clay, an idea or vision that has not been thought of before. 

Throughout this residency, the artists will collaborate to build a unique exhibition that showcases the nexus between cross-cultural dialogue, experience, and growth. Therefore, they will create a space where diversity will be leading the way.

Accepted artists must commit to attend all planning, preparation, gathering, and discussion evenings. The work for this exhibition must be created between the initial group meeting and the opening of the exhibition. Previously created works will not be accepted. In our next Residency, Green Hill Gallery will be available as a studio space for all In//Between artists from 24 August to 23 September 2022. The residency will be followed by an exhibition at the Green Hill Gallery, from 23 Spetember to 20 October 2022. The Vernissage will occur on 23 September 2022. 

 

Who should apply?
This program is suited for any artists who are interested in working in an environment that is characterized by exchange, open-mindedness, diversity and community. Artists who are willing and open to discussions, feedback, and working in a group context will be a perfect fit for this program.  Selected Applicants have to be in Berlin during the entire period of the residency from August 24 through September 23, 2022. The program supports emerging and established artists working with any medium. Applicants must exhibit foundational skills in creating and exhibiting art through their portfolio submissions.

Because of travel restrictions due to the pandemic, we only accept applications from participants already residing in EU or those that have already obtained Visas.

 

What do you get?

  • Group and One on One coaching and mentoring
  • Discussions on current art topics/theory 
  • Group led outings to studios and exhibitions in Berlin for wandering and inspiration
  • Organized lunches and outings
  • Group brainstorming and critique sessions throughout the residency
  • Curatorial support sessions towards the end of the residency
  • Residency program housed in a large diverse cultural center
  • Community through the cultural center that runs the gallery and residency program
  • Studio space to work in as well as a workshop room and community space
  • Located in Friedrichshain, central Berlin - a district known for it creativity and diversity
  • Vernissage: a collaborative show which will be on exhibition in Green Hill Gallery for 1 month once the residency is done. 

 

Fees & Funding Exceptions:

Due to Corona Pandemic and the challenging situation in the world we’ve set the IN//Between Residency Program fee for the four weeks to 500 Euros. NO application fee. The IN//Between Residency Program fee does not include travel, accommodations, or individual materials. 

Artists who apply early will receive a special reduction in costs if they are accepted into the program. For artists who have submitted their application by 15 May the program fee will be reduced from €500 to €400. 

 

Please visit our website for more Details, visual impressions of our latest residency, a list of possible funding options available for artists around the world on a global or national level and the dates for our future residencies: http://www.kulturschoepfer.de/residencies

Early Application Deadline (100 Euro discount): 15.05.2022

Application Deadline: 03.06.2022 

Applications Notified: 06.06.2022 

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03/June/2022

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Open Call Green Hill Gallery, EXHIBITION MAY 2022

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Green Hill Gallery is pleased to announce the open call for the new exhibition on the topic of the Notion of Normalcy, which will take place between 20.05.2022 to 19.08.2022.

The exhibition seeks to explore what normalcy means to us nowadays, as we experience unprecedented times to a whole new degree. We seek to investigate the positive and negative aspects of what people deem to be “normal” and how our fabrication of this concept can help and hurt us. As we reach a crossroads in history, we must now consider in which direction we would like to push ourselves as a society.

We invite emerging and established artists working in any medium from Berlin and all over the world to participate in this call, as long as the topic is explored through the artwork. Please be aware that, since the Green Hill Gallery is run by the non-profit organization Kulturschöpfer e.V., accepted artists living outside Berlin will have to take care of the transportation of their artworks.

 

OPEN CALL CONCEPT NOTE

Topic: The Notion of Normalcy

No matter who you are or where you are from, it is likely that the events of the last two years have drastically challenged your perception of what is normal. Our grasp on what is “normal” is becoming evermore tenuous. Just as we seem to be heading towards a renewed sense of familiarity, under the context of Covid, something else seems to be thrown at us, such as the war in Ukraine. What even is normal anymore, in this strangely uncertain, absurdly inconceivable world?

The notion of normalcy has a myriad of varied connotations associated with it. In some contexts, normalcy is how one conducts their day through routines and systems. However, what is normal for me is likely not normal for you. The normal we experience in the city of Berlin – a hotspot and breeding ground for alternative cultures and communities – certainly shows its contrasts against a city such as Paris or London. That being said, when the world fixates on the notion of “returning to normal” in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, what does that mean? Is normal something that even exists universally? Perhaps it is just something we have fabricated for the sake of providing comfort and a sense of control over our existence.

More importantly, we must ask ourselves if this nostalgia for “normal” is even a good thing. Do we even want to go back to the way things were? These last two years have exposed the open wounds of our societies. Black Lives Matter and global climate strikes forced the world to reckon with our role on this planet. However, equally pressing issues such as the famine in Yemen and the economic crisis in Lebanon – as well as many others – have been overlooked by many and under-considered in regards to their impact on the world. These issues have forced us to consider what kind of world we want to be living in.

Furthermore, achieving “normal” can be dangerous. When catastrophic events are eventually regarded as normal – think, the war in Afghanistan, extreme poverty in sub-Saharan Africa – people become desensitized and possibly stop caring. So how can we hearken upon the positive aspects of normalcy while also dispelling the negative ones that hold us back from our greatest potential?

 

Questions we want to explore through this exhibition:

  • What can be achieved if we let go of the construct of “normal”?
  • To what extent is normalcy something we should be trying to achieve or how do we need to let go of our aspirations for going “back to normal,” given what we have seen in the last two years?
  • During these turbulent and transformative times, our vulnerabilities in society have been exposed. How can we take advantage of this changed perspective to redefine what is normal and change the trajectory of our future?
  • Does the construct of “normalcy” inform us and help us understand where we stand in society in a healthy way? Or does it hold us back from greater potential?

If you are ready to reflect these questions through your art, read more and apply here: https://form.jotform.com/220814755439360 

Deadline: 
22/April/2022

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10 Euro
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ALL GAME NO PLAY: 9th STIFF EXHIBITION PROGRAM

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We are inviting visual, sound, and performing artists as well as individuals and collectives in other creative disciplines (computer scientists, mechanics, game developers, writers…) that deal with the topic of PLAY to submit their work for the exhibition program of 9th STIFF festival. We are inviting writers and poets who are open to letting their texts come to life activated by animation in space to submit their poems or short texts. 

We welcome various perspectives, from social or intimate to conceptual approaches. Submissions are open to visual media, performances, participative works and instructions, digital works (GIF, mem, NFT, computer graphics, 3D objects, video games, websites, applications, video), installations, interactive objects, machines, custom toys, board games, classic games, as well as sound works and textual works that can be interpreted in the exhibition or public space while dealing with the subject of play in the broadest sense. 

For the last eight years, the STIFF Festival has produced an extensive supporting program that elaborates and complements the thematic focus of its film program. With the emphasis on contemporary art practices, STIFF’s exhibition program gathers artists from all over the globe, dealing with relevant social, political, and intimate aspects of everyday life. 

This year the festival is giving attention to the topic of Play. The exhibition aims to bring together international authors whose works question the meaning of play in contemporary life, use games as a way of communication, or invite the audience to interact with the works. 

How do we play while defying the games imposed on us? Who makes the rules? Does the world we live in evoke our playfulness or leave us with a sense of being trapped by the standards it delivers?

In a world where there is a quick way to do almost anything, what are the activities we look for pleasure and where do we take things slow? Are we leaving ourselves the room for mistakes?  

How do we build interpersonal relations through play? Games we play as adults perform various functions and address different needs. Do the games we play among our communities establish a space for collaboration or competition?

Whether it focuses on strategic thinking and problem solving or exploration and imagination, playing provides a temporary distance from reality. Which are the places we go to while playing, how long do we stay there, and do we find it hard to come back?

As a supporting festival program, the multimedia exhibition will aim to create a special sensory experience that will explore and enrich the subject of the play. 

We invite you to explore the overlapping of art, play and social interaction. We are looking for artworks that activate the visitors and confirm experiencing art as a physical act. The exhibition tends to establish a framework for play to examine our everyday lives.

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No compensation; however, you retain ownership and will be credited for accepted work.

Deadline: 
01/May/2022

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Green Hill Gallery, Exhibition GENERATION P3 2022

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Maybe you heard of generation X,Y or Z  but have you heard of Generation P3? Do you know where they live, how they live? It is not a generation of the past and not of the future but rather a timeless one. It is a generation that is inclusive and not based on age, gender, culture, religion or any possible dividing factor that humans created. It’s a generation that believes in prosperity not only in the financial sense but in all possible aspects of life. It’s a generation that is in harmony and in a reciprocal relationship with planet earth beyond just consuming. 

It’s a generation that shares a common purpose and shared values of the 3Ps: People, Prosperity and Planet.

We invite the artists of different medium to participate in Open Call of group exhibition Generation P3. 

Group exhibition Generation P3 will take place in Green Hill Gallery (Grünberger Straße, 13, Berlin 10243) from January. 14 till March. 5, 2022. 

Application is open till November. 25, 2021 23:59. 

  • What is possible if we expand the definition of sustainability to include people, prosperity and planet? How will this impact our day to day life, actions, decisions and attitude towards the future? 
  • What is our relationship with the future and how do we see our role in shaping it?
  • How do we create communities where we can all belong?
  • What does growth mean?  How are we growing in ways that benefit life and humanity?
  • How can we all live in harmony with the earth and one another and create more reciprocal relationships beyond just consuming?
  • How do we want the future generations to tell our stories? What kind of “ancestors” do we want to be?

If you are ready to reflect these questions through your art read more and apply here: https://form.jotform.com/213123793211345.

We are looking forward to meet you! 

Deadline: 
25/November/2021

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10.00 Euro
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World's first NFT projection videomapping

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Pitch announces an international open call for the creation of a projection show, which will be shown as a part of the Intervals festival and the program for celebrating the 800h anniversary of Nizhny Novgorod.

Intervals is an international festival of media art. In 2021 it takes place from 27th to 29th of August and includes a record number of the city venues. One of the festival’s main locations is Mayak, an old garment factory on the Volga river bank, built by the famous Russian architect F. Schechtel in 1914. During the festival, the building in neo-gothic style will turn into the canvas for a unique NFT video mapping installation, produced by Pitch with the technical assistance of the festival’s organizers, dreamlaser company.

We invite artists and creative groups who work in various styles to participate in the project with Pitch being responsible for curation, selection of works, art direction, and creation of the final audio-visual composition. It will be projected on Mayuk every evening during the festival and seen by tens of thousands of people. The result of the work will be minted as NFT token, copies of which will be distributed between all the participating artists, one copy of the same item (token ID) each.

This project aims to present crypto art in its absolute abstract form — as a collaborative, anonymous and free creative process.

Prize summary: 
NFT-token
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copies of NFT-token of the final artwork will be distributed between all the participating artists, one copy of the same item (token ID) each.

Deadline: 
13/August/2021

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Artists-in-Mining Residency

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Going Deep. Going Lithium: Inhabiting Green Technologies

How can arts-led approaches integrate intangible human aspects in immersive technologies, trigger effective cross-sectoral interaction and sustainable, inclusive innovation in the mining sector?

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Lithium is a critical metal for the battery supply in our modern society. The question is, however, how to extract lithium with the smallest of impacts on the environment, with a low carbon, or even net zero, footprint? Research suggests that extracting lithium from geothermal waters with new DLE (Direct Lithium Extraction) technologies might be the most environmentally-responsible way to retrieve the critical metal. Cornwall, with its rich pool of underground hot springs, is thus best suited to produce a battery quality lithium hydroxide product from deep earth. Cornish Lithium (CL), a young company in Cornwall, fosters these new approaches and is evaluating the potential to utilize the heat energy as a power supply. To explore, discover and research CL uses digital technologies and collaborates with universities and diverse sectors. Deep Earth Synergies is thus partnering with Cornish Lithium to include the arts within that nexus. Emerging technologies, often considered as if existing in abstract, uninhabited spaces, could benefit from the inclusion of human beings and their embodied experience. We thus would like to tap the arts’ potential to open new ways of seeing, questioning, driving innovation and communication across sectors.

The artist will therefore be encouraged to imagine how to populate spaces of technology and how the technology and innovation would benefit from this habitation during a process of co-creation and collaboration with Cornish Lithium and Deep Earth Synergies. In this way, the artist is engaged at the forefront of the mine and the technological advances being investigated. Congruently, the artist becomes a conduit for society and social engagement, asking about the human essence in technology. Stories and society will drive connectivity to both earth and people, in order to foster sustainable innovation.

We are inviting proposals from experienced artists to undertake a residency this summer, with the outcome of a multi-media/digital artwork to be exhibited in Autumn 2021. In addition, one school workshop will be facilitated by the artist during the residency period, and two virtual exhibition talks during workshops with audiences in the autumn.

The residency if 22 days in totlal will take place at Cornish Lithium with a kick-off workshop, several monitoring and feedback sessions, excursions to the exploration sites and offices, access to the archives and interaction with scientists and staff. The residency period will be on and off site over the span of four weeks during the months of June and July 2021 and a dissemination process in autumn 2021. A minimum of seven days should be spent in Cornwall depending on Covid-19 restrictions. Artists must be available during this period.

The selected artist will receive a fee of £6270 to include 22 days residency, and two further presentation sessions in the Autumn of 2021.

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30/April/2021

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