VRHAM! (Virtual Reality in Hamburg) are looking for creators and artists working in the field of Interactive Arts who want to (further) develop their already existing artistic project (or a work in progress) by exploring the possibilities that lie in the innovation of 3D-scanning technologies.
The successful applicant will undertake a residency in Marseilles, France and receive production support. The ultimate aim is to showcase the results of the residency within the framework of a conference for relevant experts and industry stakeholders during VRHAM! festival in Hamburg (4-12 June 2021), to present the final project state to the public as well as to engage in a fruitful exchange with experts in the field.
The call is open to creatives and artistic teams with an interactive arts project (in development or finalised) with which they would like to implement a collective and interactive dimension.
Individual artists or teams of individual artists can come from any country of the Member States of the European Union, their Overseas Countries and Territories or the UK. Artistic and creative organisations must be legally registered as a legal entity (SME, non-profit organisation) and be established and work in one of the Member States of the European Union, their Overseas Countries and Territories or the UK.
- 1 week of residency in Marseille (FR): a team of technical directors from Black Euphoria (Video & IT) and experts in creating digital and interactive experiences from Inlum.in will provide technical support to develop sketches and prototypes during the residency.
- Remote follow-up and technical support for your project (2-6 months following the residency).
- Production and prototyping costs (up to €10,000).
- Showcase in major EU events related to creative industries.
- Networking and peer-learning.
- Communication and promotion.
- Mentoring by renown experts in the field.
- The residency and festival presentation expenses of the creative team (travel, accommodation and subsistence) will be covered by VRHAM! Festival.