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ame’s HUBBUB will introduce three residencies and presentation programmes during 2023, and we are happy to announce one open-call DIGITAL GARDENS residency that explores coding & algorithmic patterns. In collaboration with the co-founder of Algorave Alex Mclean, DIGITAL GARDENS will support a residency for an artist interested in exploring these ideas, to create a new work to be presented at DIGITAL GARDENS Weekend (Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd September). At the weekend, more artists will be commissioned to showcase their music performance as well as a series of workshops.

June 1st Open Call
June 30th Applications Deadline
July 3rd Shortlisting and Artist Selection
July 6th (TBC) 1st online meeting (max one hour)
July / August 2nd & 3rd online mentorship (max one hour each)
29th August – 1st September 4 days’ residency at dai hall
1st -3rd September DIGITAL GARDENS Weekend

This open call is for artists who are interested in using technology, coding, computational processes, or algorithmic patterns to create sonic and/or visual works. It may be suitable for someone already working with computation, or for someone whose practice could benefit from exploring the use of computation. There is no expectation that the candidate knows how to code, and the proposed work does not have to follow any traditional approaches to creative computing.

DIGITAL GARDENS is focused on engaging with artists, composers and musicians that are currently underrepresented such as d/Deaf, disabled, neurodivergent, LGBTQ+, those from the global majority, and those from a low socioeconomic background.

A candidate does not have to have a full experience in coding nor a proposed work does not have a traditional way of working with coding. Please read the PDF guideline carefully before submitting. We look forward to hearing diverse approaches and propositions.

Download Guideline and Details (PDF):

Link to application form:

Deadline to apply: Friday the 30th of June, midnight

We are happy to receive questions about the opportunity or application process. Do not hesitate to contact Ryoko –

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