Submission Deadline extended : 31st of March 2023
Open Call: ReSilence S+T+ARTS Residencies
ReSilence project aims to stimulate and support the development of art-driven technologies in the spirit of the broader S+T+ARTS initiative. The focus is on designing the soundscape of future cities through the collaboration of artists, architects, urban designers, scientists, engineers and researchers.
As part of the S+T+ARTS program, Resilence in collaboration with artists is developing technologies to shape in novel ways our urban environments and soundscapes, re-positioning the role of silence and that of sound. To design the soundscape of future cities, ReSilence project supports the development of art-driven technologies in the spirit of S+T+ARTS through the collaboration of artists, architects, urban designers, scientists, engineers and researchers.
About the residencies
Project proposals should focus colpy with the challenges and opportunities sound and related media offers to urban futures to create artworks and stimulate public dialogue through exhibitions, communication initiatives and/or industry collaborations.ReSilence offers 40,000 euro stipends to selected artists as well as 80,000 euro to SMEs (of which 30% must also go directly to an artist to aid production of related works).
ReSilence envisages different types of applications to this open call
a) An individual artist
b) An individual artist intending to collaborate with an SME
c) SME/Artist pair
There are four different research challenges (PUCs) where artists can develop their ideas:
Musical experience design
Concerts are much more than just the music they feature. Technology brings new ways of enabling participation in concerts– on site and remote. This enables the broadening and deepening of audience experience.
The New Silence (Sound and mobility)
Electric cars are introducing a new silence in the city. How we can design the interior/exterior car sound, as a combination of ambiance and an audio interface in order to improve security and quality experience in mobility.
Sound of urban spaces
One aspect affecting the quality of urban life is sound. Analogous to visual city planning, a soundscape approach can be applied in order to analyse the form and sound of existing spaces, measure its quality and effects on citizens.
Full-Body Sound Experience
Traditionally we expect that sound is experienced through our ears. However, nowadays we have the ability to create tools and wearables that can support a full-body approach in experiencing music and sound.
Who can Apply?
Artists and pairs of artists-SMEs from all over the world are welcome to submit their proposals
When & How to apply?
Interested artists and SMEs will be able to submit their application at any time for the duration of the open call. Applicants should fill in the online form in English.
> Application Questionnaire (docx)
Individual artists and/or artists-SMEs will be able to answer the questions and upload the documents asked (budget, CV, links) in order to submit the proposal. The proposal should specific clearly (a) the type of application and a summary of the proposed work; (b) a description of the applicant’s’ previous experience; (c) the motivation, ambition and relation to ReSilence; (d) the expected duration of the residency and the budget.
Applications will be open from 19th December to February 17th 2023 (for type b)
Applications will be open from 19th December to March 31st 2023 (for type a and c)
Applications have been extended for 2 weeks new deadline on March 31st 23:59 CET (for type a and c)
Please submit your applications exclusively via our online application platform. The application must be written in English.
The consortium will organize webinars for future applicants to S+T+ARTS residencies. Consortium members and past residents will describe their experience and provide useful background information. There will be ample time for questions. Artists can join these sessions online and get also an idea about the technologies and facilities that can be used to develop their idea .
Join the online webinar on Jan 19,2023 at 15.300 CET by following this link.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to write us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org