Delfina Foundation (UK) > Call for expression of interest > Art, Science and Technology
Delfina Foundation is preparing to launch a new thematic programme in 2019 to bring together shared interests and concerns in the fields of art, science and technology. This new theme will initially underline some of Delfina's activities from January 2019 and build towards a concentrated programme of events, projects and exhibitions in autumn 2019, interrelated with residencies.
In advance of this launch they are issuing an open call inviting expressions of interest from artists and thinkers who work in the area: on projects that cross art, science, and technology. From the responses they will be selecting projects and practitioners to engage with and support through residencies, collaborations and commissions, as well as to inform our new thematic programme over 2019 and beyond.
Given the nature of the theme and our aim to foster collaboration and encourage inter-disciplinary projects and thinking this open call is not limited to artists: we also welcome applications from writers, researchers, scientists, entrepreneurs and other practitioners who are interested in engaging with artists to develop new creative and critical approaches.
Note on the residency for International Fellows:
All basic costs of living in London are included in residencies. International Fellows will be provided with international and local travel, UK airport transfers, visa reimbursements, a food allowance/per diems, a modest allowance to enable research/production (depending on residency/project), and accommodation in London. Accommodation is a single bedroom at DF, which is in a shared house with seven fellow residents. The foundation’s offices are also located in the same building. Shared facilities include bathrooms, laundry rooms, kitchen, and dining room. Please note that DF is unable to host partners/spouses, children or collectives (but please see the question below to clarify the situation with collectives). The residency programme includes group presentations and workshops, networking events, field trips, and curatorial, logistical and production assistance.
Deadline: 13 September 2018