The call closed on April 28, 2013
The call is still open till May 20 for applicants that apply through TASML
The Summer Sessions are short-term residencies for young artists organized by a network of cultural organizations all over the world.
The Summer Sessions offer a highly productive atmosphere with production support and expert feedback to jumpstart your professional art practice. The result is a pressure cooker in which you develop a project, from concept to presentable work, ready to show.
Are you an ambitious, early career artist, full of ideas and ready to realize your project this summer? Then apply by submitting a video, in which you briefly explain your project, the support you need and why you should be a part of the Summer Sessions.
Below are the results from the V2_Lab Summer Sessions since 2009.
"Obstruction" (2012) is a work-in-progress by Po-Ting Lee, in collaboration with Maartje Dijkstra.more info
"Portrait Series" (2012) consists of interactive portraits in which Carina Hesper plays with the human gaze and behavior.more info
"N0things" (2012) by Constantijn Smit is an iPhone app that can abstract a simplified geometric shape from a photo.more info
"Bioscope" (2012) is the new version of the early movie projector, adjusted to our times by Jon Stam and Simon de Bakker.more info
The "TK 730" (2011) is a work by the eTextiles Workspace group (Anja Hertenberger, Leonie Urff, Ricardo O'Nascimento and Meg Grant).more info
"Oil Compass" (2011) is an interactive data visualization tool developed by Kasia Molga (UK), co-produced by V2_Lab.more info
"Wearable Urban Routine" (2011) by Xiaowen Zhu is a two-week walk performance with a wearable device.more info
"ObserverObject" (2010) is a work by Joachim Rotteveel, it is a self-portrait and an augmented reality interface which enables the visitor to look through the eyes of the artist/artwork at oneself.more info