subnetAIR CALL 2023

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Come to Salzburg in 2023 and work with us and at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction.

In 2023, we will be able to offer three subnetAIR units (€ 1000 each) of max. 6 weeks between February – July and September – November.
What does a residency at subnet look like?

Wheresubnet and Center for Human-Computer Interaction, Salzburg

Application: The applications shouldn’t be longer than three pages and consist of concept, curriculum vitae, references and preferred and possible timeframes. Please indicate „subnetAIR 2023“ as the subject line when submitting.

Application deadline: 31th October 2022

Contact: office@subnet.at

Target setting:
The program actively promotes artists and gives them publicity. subnetAIR counteracts the bottleneck in production and presentation rooms and, with the provision of infrastructure and know-how in our field of activity, reduces barriers in favor of realizing project ideas.

Procedure:
After the pre-defined deadline, if possible, the residency will start with a public get-together (Meet the Artist) and end with a presentation and documentation of the results.

Frame:
subnet provides artists, the work budget (€ 1,000), the working space and the know-how for projects in the field of media art – with a focus on physical computing, hardware hacking and tinkering.

Since 2016 subnetAIR takes place in cooperation with the Center for Human-Computer Interaction of the University of Salzburg. The HCI offers artists a vibrant environment filled with technology enthusiasts, critical thinkers, exotic man-machine interfaces and lots of equipment and space to work with.

The Center for Human-Computer Interaction:
The Center for Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of Salzburg. Currently, about 30 researchers are investigating the interplay between humans and technology in order to enable new interactions and to explore desirable future scenarios. (https://hci.sbg.ac.at/)

Travel, accommodation and meals are not included.

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