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Submission deadline: 29-11-2020


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In keeping with the focus of Art Collection Deutsche Telekom on contemporary art from Eastern Europe, the new residency, enabled by Deutsche Telekom, will be dedicated to artists from / or who stand in relation to this region, who work at the interface between art, technology and science and who are particularly interested in researching the social impact of technological developments.
 
The program is calling for artistic concepts for objects or installations, processes and artefacts, performances, screenings or interventions coming from in the following areas like Interactive Art, BioArt, Hybrid Art, AI & Life Sciences, Sound Art, Net Art, Digital Communities, Participatory Art/Crowd Art, Artistic Platform Projects, Art Activism and many more. However, the aim of the artwork should be to critically question technological developments including technological tools but not limited to it.
 
The Residency:
 
The residency is split between selected scientific partners in Eastern Europe and other countries, and the Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria. The residency is a fully funded opportunity for an artist, designer or artists’ collective to create new dimensions in their artistic practice through their encounters with the scientific and corporate world. In addition the residency offers an opportunity to showcase prototypes at Ars Electronica Festival as well as to communicate the work internationally via the channels of Ars Electronica as well as of Deutsche Telekom.
 
Residency Structure:
 
Part One: a period of 4-8 weeks in first half of 2021 as scientific mentoring process
Part Two: a production residency for a period of about one month at the Ars Electronica Linz until latest end of August 2021.
Part Three: public presentation at the end of the residency at Ars Electronica Festival 2021.
 
Benefits:
 
The selected artist wins a residency consisting of €15,500 artist fee and production cost*. 
The fee structure is:
€3,000 artist fee
€10,000 production costs for which a proposal is required.
Up to €2,500 travel, accommodation and subsistence, including: travels to scientific partner, 1 travel to Ars Electronica as well as accommodation in Linz for 4-6 weeks
Support from Ars Electronica staff and Ars Electronica Festival.
 
Eligibility:
 
The invited call is open for artists (above the age of 18) from all countries in Eastern and South Eastern Europe (Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine).