Call for co-creation - Improbable Connections (Spain)
Improbable Connections calls for artists and social researchers to develop joint research projects with organisations located in the Basque Country (Spain).
Improbable Connections is a community of collaborative and co-creative research initiatives aimed at innovation and social responsibility. It is based on the paradigms of open innovation and the principles of interrelated fields, disciplines and individuals.
Artists, creators, experimental designers and architects, software designers and social scientists interested in developing projects in the fields of innovation and social responsibility, can participate. Both the artists/creators and social researchers can come from any discipline: visual arts, performing arts, literature, music, philosophy, sociology, anthropology, etc.
The call is open to all nationalities, places of residence or ages and you can apply individually or as a group (regardless of legal status).
The aim is co-creation: not to carry out an independent process of creation/research, but to become integrated into a team and achieve, by working in a collaborative manner, results that can be converted into a prototype, device, catalogue of ideas, event, visualisation, etc.
Collaboration period: September 2012 - May 2013 (not full-time).
Payment: 12,000 euros + VAT (including travel and accommodation).
Mandatory availability for methodology sessions: 12 September 2012, 15 January 2013, 11 June 2013.
Find out all the details about these Improbable Connections and apply by 25 June.