The residency programme focuses on prototyping, experimenting, and exchanging ideas with fellow artists from different backgrounds.
The participants will be given access to iMAL’s infrastructure as well as its Fablab, which philosophy is centered around knowledge sharing, DYI culture and open source communities. Artists will be invited to work alongside iMAL’s team, with a shared goal: to produce and experiment autonomously, building on each other’s expertise. Therefore, artists will receive a basic support but are expected to have a minimum knowledge of available machine use.
Deadline for the application: 21 Oct.’21.
The European project Halaqat is implemented by the Goethe-Institut in collaboration with Bozar - Centre for Fine Arts Brussels. Halaqat is co-funded by the European Commission (under the designation: EU-LAS CULTURE), the Goethe-Institut and Bozar.