PRAKSIS’s 12th residency, Taking Hold – The Double Bridge

Website: https://www.praksisoslo.org/residencies-blog/2018/residency12

Applications are now welcomed from anyone with relevant interest and experience to join PRAKSIS’s twelfth residency, Taking Hold – The Double Bridge. This residency will be led by artist Phoebe Davies and will explore and question the ways that solidarity, competition and antagonism find physical expression in social relationships. PRAKSIS seeks to recruit a well-integrated residency community of between five and eight people interested both to develop their own work and actively participate in group activity, discussion and creative exchange around the residency theme. This residency is multidisciplinary: applications are welcomed from anyone with relevant experience and interests. They hope to bring together a diverse group with a mixture of individual skills including but not limited to: research, video, audio, photography, print and performance. For this residency, previous movement/performance experience is not required. Non-Oslo based residents will be offered accommodation and PRAKSIS will provide lunch and dinners for all residents.

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Expires: August 8, 2018


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