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Artist Expedition 2016: Call for Projects

Sound Development City calls for art projects from around the world that will be carried out during a three-week journey to Madrid and Casablanca. Deadline: 11 April 2016.
Mar 2016

Sound Development City is looking for independent and dedicated project proposals that are to be tested and put into practice during a three-week journey to Madrid and Casablanca in September 2016. The artist expedition is a laboratory for the exploration of creative strategies, bold visions and forms of expressions.

Sound Development City is open for artists
- working in all disciplines and in any media
- alone or in teams of two
- from around the world and of all ages.
Sound Development City seeks for projects, concepts and work theses which
- are research-based
- are challenging und willing to take a risk.
- benefit from being on the road.
- probe urban environment as sites of both playfulness and social involvement.
There is no thematic focus. Submissions can be sound-related, or not.

An international jury of five will select a maximum of twelve participants from the submitted applications. The selection criteria are artistic quality, originality and feasibility of realizing the proposed project.

Welcomed are artists to apply who distinguish themselves through a process-oriented approach to their work, through curiosity and an explorative mindset. Creative people, who make use of the intensity of the expedition in a productive and innovative way. An inter-disciplinary interest, as well as openness towards collaboration are beneficial.

Deadline: 11 April 2016.

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(From press information)

Call for art projects from around the world.

Deadline: 11 April 2016.

Sound Development City is a three-week expedition to two annually changing cities for artists from all disciplines and from around the world.

The 5th edition takes place in Madrid and Casablanca from 6 - 25 September 2016.

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