Change the habits and inhabitation of public spaces
New media artists working across technology and mobility that can change habits and inhabitation of public spaces.
The Artist in Residence (AiR) programme at the Netherlands Media Art
Institute supports the exploration and development of new work in
digital/interactive/network media and technology based arts practice.
The residency provides time and resources to artists in a supportive
environment to facilitate the creation of new work that is produced
from an open source perspective. We encourage a cross disciplinary and
experimental approach. This is a practice-based residency designed to
enable the development and completion of a new work.The ideal candidate
will have a broad understanding of contemporary art and theory, as well
as media history and visual culture and should have knowledge of
requested software, as well as understanding of programming.The
artist’s intention should be to make a new artwork, to be shown in
exhibitions and to be distributed by the Netherlands Media Art
Institute and others.
Starting dates from January to December 2010 for two to five months.
The AiR budget includes fees, accommodation, transport, production-costs, presentation and publicity.
1 September 2009
Netherlands Media Art Institute / Montevideo Time Based Arts