Open Call

[Extended Deadline] WWW, World Wide What, or the Revised Onto-Epistemology of the Internet and its Many Connected Things


With Funding
Free / No Costs
Shanghai, China


The program is open to all nationalities, genders, social and racial backgrounds. Applicants must not be currently enrolled in degree-granting academic programs, with the exception of PhD candidates aiming to develop technical work within the scope of the Fellowship program.

Number of Participants

Individuals or collectives are welcome to apply. Please make sure to specify how technical and creative responsibilities will be met. Note that the same funding conditions apply independently of the number of applicants.


Selection Results (Announcement Dates)


October 01, 2020 - December 31, 2020


  • $10,000.00 stipend (one-time)


Computer Lab, Desk Space, Fabrication Lab, Installation Space


No meals

Public Programs

Community Engagement , Exhibition, Open Studios, Workshops


Activists, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Blockchain, Digital Manufacturing, Digital Media, Makers, Mixed Reality, Research, Robotics, Scholar, Scientists, Tech, Virtual Reality, Wearable Technology, Web Development



Program Description

Chronus Art Center (CAC) and Duke Kunshan University (DKU) are co-hosting their first 3-month Research and Creation Fellowship. The program is designed for international artists and researchers in the area of media art and related domains, taking place at Chronus Art Center’s Research/Creation Lab (CAC Lab) in Shanghai, and Duke Kunshan University’s Humanities Research Center (DKU HRC), Kunshan, China. The 2020 Fall Research and Creation Fellowship aims to foster global exchange, advancing the discourse and practice of media art, and contributing to both institutions’ educational mission and future collection. We invite artists in critical media art and design, and related domains, whose practice deals with the intersections of the politics of media, digital infrastructure and ecosystems, and promote collective visions for the Internet in its many forms. More info:

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