Het Nieuwe Instituut Fellowship

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Het Nieuwe Instituut announces an open call for three research fellows to work in residence from June to December 2016. Alongside the institute’s exhibitions,lectures,publications,and archives,the fellowship program will explore and challenge how research is conducted within an institutional context. Applicants are asked to submit an independent research proposal that illuminates their own approach to research,including specific and unconventional methodologies. Proposals should confront subjects within or between the fields of architecture,design,and digital culture,but can also rely on a larger system of references,schools of thoughts,and practices from the fields of art,performance,non-fiction and creative writing,programming,humanities,social,physical,and life sciences. The fellowship is a 6-month position based at Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam,the Netherlands. It entails individual work,collaborative work with other fellows,interaction with the Research & Development department,and collaborations with external partners. Fellows will have access to the facilities of Het Nieuwe Instituut,including the reading room,archives,public spaces,and presentation rooms. The fellowship includes a monthly stipend of 2,000 EUR and a return trip from the country of residence. 

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Expires: March 28, 2016


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