Does Europe exist?: call for artists and researchers at ARTos


“Does Europe exist?”
Artist Residencies

ARTos Foundation

May 2013
Application deadline: 25 January 2013

Location: Nicosia (next to ARTos Foundation), or Protaras,
Meneou (coastal areas) or Maroni depending on level of autonomy of proposed project

info@artosfoundation.org
www.artosfoundation.org

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The event organized by and held at ARTos entitled “Does Europe exist?”, which took place from 1–15 November 2012 within the Cyprus presidency of the EU Council was completed with great success. There were three parts to “Does Europe exist?”: the exhibition Stitching the Buffer Zone, the site-specific installation Relocated and the exhibition, presentations and roundtable discussion Citizen Middle East. These involved a number of artists, designers, archivists and curators.  

Stitching the Buffer Zone:
Maria Costi de Castrillo
Anna Grichting Solder
Georgia Frangoudi
Stephanie Keszi

Relocated:
Inês Rolo Amado

Citizen Middle East – curated by Aida Eltorie:
Khaled Ramadan (Beirut – Copenhagen)
Haytham Nawar (Cairo – Zurich)
Youssef Moscatello (Lecce – Sharjah)
Ilka Eichkof (Berlin)
Aladin (London)

Call for artists and researchers
As a continuation of “Does Europe exist?”, ARTos would like to announce that it is now accepting project proposals for 3 artistic residencies in May 2013—one from 1–30 May 2013 and two from 15–30 May 2013. The artistic residencies are of an open subject within “transitory” art. ARTos is open for other residency spaces to collaborate with on an exchange basis on the following transitory art disciplines:

Socioartistic research
Social sculpture (performance, exhibitions, online activism)
Sound / music / underwater music 
Writing / poetry


For more information:
info@artosfoundation.org
www.artosfoundation.org


 

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