Inhabitant Zero Residency

Website: http://www.inhabitantzerocompetition.com/home#intro

Inhabitant Zero is a call for proposals for a research residency in the suburb of Jarfalla in Stockholm. The proposal could be for a study of the surrounding area, a diary of their stay, a research on the issues of inhabiting a foreign place, a look into the particularities of Stockholm suburbia, an investigation of a public space in the making, or anything. Five winning proposals will be granted a stipend of €4.000 each, plus an invitation to participate in subsequent publications and exhibitions of the project. The selected individuals or teams would stay in the cabin for a month, and provided with basic amenities, as well as the collaboration of the municipality of Jarfalla. Inhabitant Zero is open to graduates and professionals from the fields of Urbanism, Fine Art, Design, Architecture, Sociology, Migration Politics, Archaeology, and any other relevant background.

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Expires: November 15, 2016


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