After the launch of the project on Soundcloud, featuring Jean-Luc Nancy’s recorded voice reading his treaty 58 Indices on the body, it was time to turn the text into music. For that reason, and in anticipation of the making of a documentary about the whole project, we opened a first call for composers to create a background track for each index/statement – written and recorded by the philosopher. It has been a success with more then 60 composers from all over the world sending us interesting compositions.
The Athens and Epidaurus (Epidavros) Festival announces an open call for artistic proposals for 2017.
The festival covers many artforms and sites, with four distinct performance and artistic project categories for the proposals.
This funding is intended for coproductions by artists in the fields of theatre, dance, music and performance art, in which hybrid and interdisciplinary formats and the use of digital media may be key components. The target group comprises professional artists, ensembles and initiatives in Germany and abroad which demonstrably lack sufficient resources to realize their coproduction project on their own.
Antarctic Biennale_Calls is an international competition that enables young artists to participate in the expedition as part of the 1st Antarctic Biennale.
Participants of the contest shall create a unique art object representing their own vision of Antarctica. Artists, who are 18-35 years old as of May 01, 2017 and work in any field of art (including installation, performance, video, and sound art) can apply.
This juried exhibition investigates how home is perceived in a variety of contemporaryÂ contexts. Homelessness, routine eviction, migrant work, and the refugee crisis all affectÂ our understanding of home. This exhibition seeks to explore the concept of home inÂ light of these current international and domestic contexts. What does the concept ofÂ home mean for the individual and community? This investigation includes, but is notÂ limited to, artistic inquiries of social and cultural identity, economic and political status,Â gender identity , and ethnic and/or religious heritage.
As part of its residency programme, K3 provides three eight-month residencies per season to choreographers, who are currently at the beginning of their career, but have already produced some choreographic work of their own. The residency begins around the beginning or middle of August and runs until end of March / beginning of April of the following year.