Arteles is calling creative professionals from all fields of visual
arts, music & sound art, literature, performing arts, design,
philosophy & research to join the Arteles Residency Program.
In the selection process an emphasis is put on the maturity of the
applicantīs conceptual approach. We are looking for applications from
established professionals but we also like to keep a few positions
open for persons without a remarkable creative background or notable
education. In this case the proposed idea/approach of the applicant
has a significant importance.
The jury is open to raw ideas and long term 'work in progress'
approaches as we understand that certain projects, especially the ones
which need participation by others or which are site-spesific, may
change and live a lot along the way.
Future-/environmental-/media-/interdisciplinary-oriented projects &
ideas are very welcome.
The future scene of arts; the new and fresh ways to be creative feed
our curiosity - the new methodologies, approaches and perspectives...
The use and integration of modern day possibilities offered by
technology, www, apps & programs (e.g. Max/msp) and by globalization &
The local environment has lots of natural materials and outdoor
possibilities to offer. The region has its own environmental art
history through the works of Nancy Holt (Up and Under) and Agnes Denes
For media projects we have some special possibilities to offer such as
FM radio and live web broadcasts.
We are also open for couples, collectives and groups. Everything is
about the enthusiastic new idea what you will propose.
What we are looking for:
Surprising and compelling project proposals
A strong desire to develop one?s artistic/creative career
An applicant who will contribute to Arteles vision and its community
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