The Museum of Loss and Renewal and The Walking Library are very pleased to invite applications for the online Group Residency PLACE, PEOPLE AND TIME: WILD WAYS.
Wild Ways is an international residency and public art project curated and facilitated through a new partnership between The Museum of Loss and Renewal (Tracy Mackenna & Edwin Janssen, Collemacchia, Italy) and The Walking Library (Misha Myers, Melbourne and Dee Heddon, Glasgow) and is part of The Museum of Loss and Renewal’s ongoing Place, People and Time group residency series. This new partnership brings together two long-standing artist duos and projects who share site-specific, participatory and socially engaged art practices in common, yet hold diverse skills and expertise between them.
The residencies are offered for practitioners and researchers working in all creative disciplines and for those who have a strong interest in the investigation of site and place. Applications from fields where relationship to and investigation of place and site are of central focus and are used to develop, conserve, document, explore, explain, interrogate, plan and propose such as performance, art, design, architecture, archaeology, engineering, geography, geology, geotechnology, history, landscape design and writing are welcomed.
The online component of the project will take place through four weekly 3-hour online workshops on 7, 14, 21 and 28 October 2021, and will result in a digital publication. The online residency is offered in partnership with a one-week in-situ residency that will be held in Italy’s Molise region in October 2022 (advertised Jan 2022), hosted by The Museum of Loss and Renewal. Applicants may apply for either or both residencies. The maximum number of participants for the online residency is 12, and for the residency in Italy is 10.
How to Apply
The selection process will consider the quality of your work, reason for participation and the potential impact PLACE, PEOPLE AND TIME: WILD WAYS might have on your practice and career trajectory.
Applicants should email one PDF document containing the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org
– Statement: tell us about your practice (200 words)
– Motivation: explain why you wish to participate in this residency. Describe what skills and experience you would like to gain, and what you could contribute (200 words)
– 5 key words that describe your main interests
– CV: Maximum 1 page. Outline your education and recent work (i.e. exhibitions, performances, writing, publications)
– Contacts: full name, location and contact details
– Link to your website/online platform or documentation of visual/textual info (max 2 pages A4)
– Access: Information about any additional access requirements if applicable
If further information is required, please email: email@example.com
Title your PDF application doc: FirstNameSecondName_GRWW_2021
The deadline for applications: Thursday 16 September 2021, 23:59 CET
Successful applicants will be notified within a week of deadline.
Please note that feedback on unsuccessful applications cannot be provided.