(Re)configuring Territories is an interdisciplinary research programme for architects, artists, designers and writers. The programme takes place at Narva Art Residency in Narva, eastern Estonia.
In 2020, the programme focuses on feminist spatial practices and environmental decay as a deconstructive process in the context of the Baltic Sea region. As part of this, a residency is being organised for practitioners and researchers who share an interest in situated practices and speculative approaches. The six-week residency period will take place in Narva Art Residency, located in a historic villa in the Kreenholm district in Narva. The residency itself is currently being postponed, but applications are invited and dates will be confirmed once the situation with the coronavirus becomes more stable.
The chosen resident will live and work at Narva Art Residency where they can concentrate on their research and/or artistic practice. (Re)configuring Territories will provide travel costs (max. 500 euros), a working grant of 3600 euros, 500 euros towards material costs, and accommodation at Narva Art Residency.