Please send, no later than August 16, 2020, your complete application to [email protected], including:
The INHABIT Artist-in-Residence Program of the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics invites artists from various disciplines to collaborate with their team of scientists and researchers. The integration of artistic thinking and knowledge as reflective practices in their own right is an important dimension of the Institute’s mission. For this the presence of art and the inspiration and challenge of artistic practice are essential. The interaction between these different perspectives creates a productive space for artists and scientists to collaborate in.
For this reason, INHABIT invites artists to spend three months creating new work, or further developing an existing project, in a scientific research environment. Openness to the mission of the Institute and interest and readiness to work together with individual researchers or research groups are naturally preconditions. During the residency, the Institute will provide space, resources, and facilities for productive experimentation, dialogue, and collaboration. Work developed during the residency will be presented in cooperation with various local arts institutions in the form of an exhibition, performance, concert, or other presentation, and complemented by discursive formats.
The residency is open to:
Duration of residency is 3 months: INHABIT #4 - February–April 2021; INHABIT #5 - May–July 2021 and INHABIT #6 - September – November 2021.
Exhibition, performance, concert or other format.
The Max Planck Institute will pay an accommodation fee to cover the residents housing that can individually be chosen.
The Max Planck Institute provides a workstation in an office.
Different scientific facilities: Labs, Sound Studio, ArtLab, Library.