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Please refer to the attached file (.pdf). Application form follows the application guidelines. Zone B7-P8 is an AiR program that hosts 1 to 4 artists/scientists at a time. The candidates will be selected according to the congruence of their proposed project with the program's areas of focus.
Zone B7-P8 is an AiR program located in Mizpe Ramon, a local council at the midst of the Negev Desert, South of Israel. It was founded in 2013 by the international artist Nurit Agur, and young artist and entrepreneur Tal Rosen. Besides its function as an AiR program, Zone B7-P8 is an art compound that engages art students, visiting artists and general community in workshops and seminars.
Zone B7-P8 is intentionally located in the midst of the desert and its marked goals are:
The hosts put great emphasis on the artistic process itself – therefore they are not product-oriented, but rather encourage research, reflection and experimentation with no obligation or pressure to produce physical body of work. However, they expect the visiting artists and scientists to be open to collaboration with local parties and community, to document the work process and write a log or blog about their stay, and require them to allow open-studio visits and give at least one workshop on a topic of their choosing.
220 square meter shared studio space with a 100 square meter garden; light working tools; WiFi internet; other services: promotion; coordination and relations with local partners/community.