Comprised of a group of artists and academic scholars, Digital Earth is inviting “8 artists and/or duos from different practices who have shown extraordinary originality and dedication in their creative pursuits, and are committed to ideas of resilient futures, equitable societies, and critical diversity, showing a marked capacity for self-direction” to join them in imagining how this digital planet might continue to evolve and how it will be for us to live together in this new world.
Application Deadline:17 July 2020 9 AM Central European Time Zone.
The Digital Earth Fellowship 2020 – 2021 will focus on investigating The Planetary Sensorium and how we can imagine a humane digital earth to come.
- The Digital Earth Fellowship welcomes 8 artists and/or duos from different practices who have shown extraordinary originality and dedication in their creative pursuits, and are committed to ideas of resilient futures, equitable societies, and critical diversity, showing a marked capacity for self-direction.
- A Fellowship spanning 9 months (September 2020 – May 2021).
- Monthly Stipend, a total of €13.500 per fellow for the entire fellowship.
- Consultations with acclaimed artists, curators, and scholars.
- Online research groups with other fellows.
- Online sessions with our faculty.
- Presentation during partner events, symposia and exhibitions (online and in real life, when possible).
- 5 years of work experience.
- Fluency in English.
- Age: 25 and older.
- Minimum 24 hours per week availability from September 1st 2020 until May 31st 2021.
- Your application will be assessed by a selection committee based on the selection criteria below.
- The committee will ensure that a multitude of perspectives are included. We aim to support 4 projects grounded within the African continent, 2 projects that take Asia as a starting point, 1 project from Latin America, and 1 Global application.
- Demonstratively qualitative artistic practice and exceptional creativity.
- Motivation to become a part of Digital Earth’s network.
- Quality and criticality of the proposal.
- Alignment with the curatorial theme of The Planetary Sensorium.
How to Apply
- DEF ask applicants to prepare their application using our template which combines the research proposal, portfolio, and CV into one document, please download the template.
- Save your completed application as a PDF, max. 10 MB. An application can be submitted before 17 July 2020 9 AM Central European Time Zone.
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