Sonic Acts – Overexposed: Virtual residency programme

Website: https://sonicacts.homerun.co/overexposed-home-based-residency/en

Sonic Acts invites you to apply for the continuation of the OVEREXPOSED residency programme. The residency enables artists and researchers to develop their practice around the core questions underlying the OVEREXPOSED programme – investigating pollution and its (unequal) effects on all things living and non-living. The residency is an opportunity for artists and researchers to expand their practice and develop new ideas and methodologies while being supported financially in their work over a period of one month. There is no age limit for applicants. Sonic Acts particularly welcomes and encourages applications from disabled, queer, non-binary and POC artists and researchers. They also encourage applicants younger than 35 years old. Each resident receives a total fee of €2.000 for the residency, including production costs during the residency. The programme is also open to collectives. Cost for presentation in the context of a Sonic Acts programme will be borne by Sonic Acts.

Expires: September 1, 2021


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