Open call to Research Pavilion spring 2023 Residency Program for artists and artist-researchersThe call is open for all artists and artist-researchers, regardless of the institutional or freelance status, mode of practice or medium. You can apply for only one of the three residency options. The deadline for the applications is 31 October 2022.
The Research Pavilion is an international and cross-institutional platform for processes, discussions, and collaborations in the field of artistic research, coordinated by Uniarts Helsinki. The fifth Uniarts Research Pavilion will host a series of artist and artist-researcher residencies during spring 2023 and will culminate in an on-location event in June 2023 in Helsinki. Read more about the next Research Pavilion themes
Uniarts Helsinki organises the residencies in cooperation with Helsinki International Artist Programme (HIAP) and the Saari Residence maintained by the Kone Foundation.
The call for the spring residencies is now open. There are three different residency locations: HIAP in Suomenlinna, Helsinki 17.4.–17.7.2023, the Saari residence in Mynämäki 16.–28.5.2023 as well as Kallio-Kuninkala in Järvenpää 8.–14.5. and 15.–21.5.2023.
One person or group can apply to only one of the three residencies. At the end of the page you will find the link to the application guide and from there to the application forms.
Pluralistic work within the arts
The Research Pavilion #5 aims to emphasize the continuum between experimental artistic practice and artistic research, as well as create spaces and opportunities for pluralistic research-oriented work within the arts.
The residencies are open to all artists and artist-researchers, regardless of the institutional or freelance status, mode of practice or medium.
“Puzzled Together” about the global challenges
The tagline for the Research Pavilion #5 is “Puzzled Together” framed by our current global challenges: the ecological sustainability crisis, post-pandemic reconstruction and geopolitical tensions.
Puzzled Together conveys the idea of Artistic thinking is intrinsically characterised by pluralism and the capacity to create connections, giving art and artistic research a substantial potential for making a stand within the current situation.
The Research Pavilion #5 seeks to identify and reinforce underexposed areas of artistic research through collaborative processes and develop the ideas and agencies that emerge from therein.