Goethe at LUX Residency 2018
LUX and the Goethe-Institut London are offering a residency for artists based in Germany and working with moving image to to be undertaken in London over May to July 2018. Applicants should propose how their work and research will respond to the residency’s context: LUX’s international collection, and the 200th anniversary of Karl Marx’s birth, as Highgate Cemetery (where Marx’s grave is located) is close to LUX. The residency will include: accommodation (including accommodation for partners or family if required); a monthly stipend of €1500 (subject to tax and national insurance); desk space; access to LUX facilities and collection; and professional, practical and curatorial support from LUX and Goethe-Institut London staff.
The residency is for established artists based in Germany who have a minimum of five years of professional practice, who work with the moving image, and would enjoy participating in events as part of LUX’s public programme. They also need to be fluent in English, and have the right to live and work in the UK for three months.
Expires: January 31, 2018
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