Two new residency programmes have been launched at E-WERK Luckenwalde for artists, innovators, activists, scientists and creative practitioners to address topics including sustainable transformation, climate activism and the material revolution in collaboration with E.ON Stiftung and Akademie der Kunst.

 

VISIT Residency Programme in collaboration with E.ON Stiftung and Akademie der Künste

E-WERK, Akademie der Künste and E.ON Stiftung are delighted to offer four artists a EUR 20,000 grant and fully supported residency at E-WERK and Akademie der Künste to be realised within a period of six months. The open call has two main categories; energy and its relevance to society and artificial intelligence.

Deadline 16 May 2022

For more information and to apply, click here.

The artists selected in 2022 have the opportunity to stay as a guest with studio space at E-WERK Luckenwalde. In addition artists will be invited to develop a joint exhibition and public programme.

The scholarship holders will be selected by:
Inke Arns (Director Hartware Median KunstVerein, Dortmund),
Anna Fricke (Curator Museum Folkwang, Essen),
Helen Turner (Artistic Director and Curator, E-WERK Luckenwalde)
Johannes Odenthal (Director Programming Akademie der Künste, Berlin),
Harald Welzer (sociologist, Director Stiftung FuturZwei)
Siegfried Zielinski (Professor for Media Theory, Archaeology and Variantology of the Media at the Universität der Künste Berlin).

 

Fellowship for cross disciplinary thinkers to promote social change

A new fellowship programme from the E.ON Foundation in partnership with E-WERK Luckenwalde, aimed at researchers, scientists, and activists, seeks to develop a fresh body of knowledge about the needs and impact of the sustainable transformation towards climate neutrality.

The interdisciplinary team will be based at E-WERK Luckenwalde, Brandenburg and will be invited to investigate how society – and the people who act and operate within its bounds – will change during the journey towards achieving climate neutrality. Fellows can pick from one of seven fields of research. These range from the future of personal transport in the context of local requirements to the impact of the responsible and flexible handling of energy resources on a day-to-day level, and the value of data in light of the continued advance of digital processes. The interplay between climate action and security will also be investigated.

Each Fellow will be provided with a monthly grant of EUR 1,300 for the duration of this nine-month programme. The programme also contributes towards covering a portion of research costs.

Deadline 15 May 2022

Prospective Fellows can apply here.