Since its inception, OCA’s curator residency at ISCP has been an opportunity for Norwegian and Norway based curators to expand their networks and develop their practices in one of the global hubs of the world-wide contemporary art scene.
Call for applications: OCEAN FELLOWSHIP 2022 TBA21–Academy at Ocean Space, Venice
OCA is delighted to be a collaborator of TBA21-Academy Ocean Fellowship 2022.
In collaboration with The Sámi Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale in 2022, OCA, Aabaakwad, and Artis, the Ocean Fellowship 2022 gathers participants to consider our kinship and duties of care toward the Ocean and its relations in multi-species communities and with diverse lifeforms.
What are our responsibilities toward the Ocean? How can thinking from the Ocean build radically inclusive environments? Indigenous perspectives are brought to the center of their work to define resurgent values, forms, and stories and intertwining knowledges of the past, present, and futures of the Ocean we are all in relation with and dependent upon.
The Ocean Fellowship 2022 program, held from April to June 2022 at @oceanspaceorg, Venice, is looking for four fellows who identify as Indigenous and/or who align themselves with Indigenous issues. Artists, activists, and scientists, and practitioners from all fields are encouraged to apply for the fellowship. Applicants should engage critically with oceanic subjects.
Head to TBA21-Academy for more information & the application form, or go directly to tba21.org/oceanfellows2022
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