GRIN is looking for artists to who can provide critical reflection, and envision future potential and solutions that can address the digital and ecological transition in Europe. The aim of the residencies is to produce an art-driven experiment of stimulating the uptake of digital technologies, either by EU citizens and companies, to address social, business and sustainability challenges.
Outcomes of the residencies should represent a technical demonstrator of the technology proposed, coupled with the artistic demonstrator of the novel usage scenario proposed by the artist. The final result would be an artwork in the form of an artistic demonstration e.g. performance, video, sculpture, immersive experience, digital artistic assets.
Residency period: 6 months (Oct 2023 – April 2024).
Main themes: Green and Blue Infrastructure, Circular Solutions, Climate Neutrality, and Well-Being and Sustainable Living. The themes are further divided into specific topics for each region:
GRIN Residencies in Linz, Austria: Hatred on the internet, The Climate Crisis, Well-Being of young people (Deadline 9th June 2023)
GRIN Residencies in Bologna, Italy: Supercomputing, Quantum and Digital Twin (Deadline 26th June 2023)
GRIN Residencies in Porto, Portugal – AR Contemporary Theatre (Deadline 26th June 2023)
GRIN Residencies in Aveiro, Portugal – Drone technologies for biodiversity (Deadline 26th June 2023)
GRIN Residencies in Oulu, Finland – Sound and Print (Deadline 26th June 2023)
Artists, pairs of artists (artist group) or artistic studios in the form of SMEs from all over the world are welcome to submit their proposals.
Funding per artist: 40 000 EUR; number of selected artists: 12
For further information please visit: starts.eu
Deadline: June 9 + 26, 2023