Khojâ€™s international residency:Â In Context: public.art.ecologyÂ focuses on exploring ecological themes in and around public spaces in Delhi and is being carried forth into its fourth year. In continuance with last yearâ€™s trajectory, the residency,Â FOOD EDITION-IIwill once again have a special focus on examining the notion of food and its myriad articulations in art. The residency will be forÂ six weeksÂ duration starting in theÂ first week of March until mid April 2013.
Applications are invited from individual artists and artistsâ€™ collectives, with proposals for art projects exploring the intersection between art and ecology through a critical examination of issues surrounding the politics of food. Food as artistic medium incorporating performance, art installations or interactive events that re-examine the significance and relevance of food in the social context, simply in its connection with the body or as a primary ritual that fosters engagement, interaction and collaboration.
The applications should include the following:
- Artist biography & images of previous projects
- Concept Note
- Production & Installation Budget not exceeding INR 50,000 (USD 1,000) for the proposed project
Costs of travel, modest accommodation and daily allowance are separate from the above production budget.
Please send your proposals toÂ applications [at] khojworkshop [dot] org. Mention â€˜Food Edition-IIâ€™ Residency and â€˜your nameâ€™ in the subject line.
Reposted from Khoj International Artistsâ€™ Association newsletter.
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