STEAM Imaging II
The Experimental Artist residency
6 weeks residency in Germany and Austria
Send us your proposals: The Artist’s Perspective on the Digital Future of Medicine
Linking Arts with Science, Technology, and the Next generation
We are looking for doers, makers, and contributors who want to explore the future of digital medicine alongside scientists and pupils. We invite artists to propose innovative concepts and ideas in the field of art and technology: interactive art, digital music, sound art, computer animation, film, VFX, digital communities, hybrid art, performance, choreography, and digital design. Eligible to students in Animation, Interactive Media, Visual Communication, and or Product Design. Proposals from individuals and or interdisciplinary teams of 2 to 3collaborators are welcomed.
We are looking for young artists who want to create a work of art and are open to exploring and enhancing an existing workshop for pupils artistically. The workshop, which has successfully run for many years, has focused on tools for computer-assisted medicine and methods for teaching medical image processing to create an understanding of the value of physics, mathematics, and computer science for digital medicine. We will combine artistic creativity with the potential of scientific expertise to engage creatively with knowledge in a trans-disciplinary process. What matters are collaborative exploring, learning in personal encounters, relating to other participants, and openness to what could emerge. These are the building blocks to explore approaches for educational encounters with science, technology, and art.
The 6-week residency includes 4 weeks at Fraunhofer MEVIS in Bremen, Germany, and 2 weeks at Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria, for production of the final artwork. The exhibit will take place at the Ars Electronica Festival 2020. Costs for fight, living stipend, accommodation, and material costs will be covered.
STEAM Imaging is jointly hosted by the Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Medicine MEVIS, Bremen, Germany, and Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria in collaboration with the International Fraunhofer Talent School Bremen, the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, with School of Art, Design and Media, and the NTU and Heritage Museum.
Calls end: 30.6. 00:00
Announcement of the winning project 15.July
Contact: Ina Conradi Chavez (A/P NTU ADM)
Press& Sci Com: Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Medicine MEVIS