In 2021, we move forward to investigate these threads and invite proposals from participants active in different disciplines: - who find sound creation and research vital to their personal development and professional practice - who want to understand the ecological view and issues surrounding our environment - who are engaged in scientific, technical, political and cultural studies of sound environments Participants could be at any stage of their artistic or scientific career from established authors up to those at the beginning of a deeper personal exploration of sound, as well as students.
Number of Participants
There isn't an exact limit as the duration of the residency is from January 2021 until December 2021. Projects can last from 1 month up to 1 year. We accept all qualifying applicants, and schedule their stays accordingly.
Selection Results (Announcement Dates)
January 01, 2021 - December 31, 2021
- €1,500.00 program fee (weekly)
Kitchen, Live/Work, Private Room, Shared Bathroom
Coffee, Lunch, Snacks, Tea, Vegan
Community Engagement , Discussion, Exhibition, Group Dinners, Mentors, Performances, Professional Development, Publication, Workshops
Activists, Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Collective, Composers, Conceptual Art, Immersive Experiences, Makers, Research, Sound Art, Thinkers, Virtual Reality, Wearable Technology
The Artist Residency Programme 2021 at the Spatial Sound Institute in Budapest, Hungary, calls for creators from a variety of disciplines to submit proposals for the development of new pedagogical approaches that make use of spatial sound technologies and listening-based practices. Our residency projects centralise the need for interdisciplinary exploration that could construct bridges over the uncharted areas of underexplored topics concerning sound and feature a broad spread of topics and presentation modes that seek to re-examine and to adopt a more critical attitude within the model of what we call the Ecology of Listening. Under this philosophy, we have hosted our previous residency programmes and continue to probe further. Works created by artists, architects, researchers, engineers and developers have showcased several emancipatory forms of participation that provide significant inspiration to address our key areas of study.