Open Call | sea_youhere 2.0 #artandsustainability
This Open Call is for the project #sea_youhere only.
In case you have found funding and would like to apply for a spot in the on-site residency programme, please follow this link to learn more.
How to send us your application
You must have an active website, an active facebook and an active Instagram account.
- Only digital submission forms
- English is the preferred language
- Add CV (max. 3 pages) & artist statement
- Add max. 3 projects
- Duos/collectives: one form per group
The button saves the submission form in a Word format to your pc.
Complete the form and save it as .pdf
Send together with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject line: firstname_surname_syh2020
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout 2020.
The sea_youhere is a Virtual Vitrine that showcases projects, experiments, and concepts from all over the world. In 2020, SEA Foundation aims to promote 12 outstanding practices (one each month) in the proxy space by posting to Facebook, Instagram and via our website and newsletters. Read more
The second edition of sea_youhere is themed ‘art and sustainability’. With this theme, we provide a common ground for several individuals working in various media and disciplines while honouring their differences in culture, experience and perspective. By choosing a theme, we intend to generate ideas along with additional lines of inquiry and creative interdisciplinary problem solving that are manifest today.
We are currently facing a climate crisis, depletion of resources, extinction of species and social and political uncertainties. We invite artists, activists, designers, architects, and collectives to share their exemplary projects and discuss ideas on art and sustainability with a broader audience.
What does it mean to have a sustainable practice? What is the accountability towards ideas/objects we spread into the world?
Sustainability can be viewed from different angles – ecological, social justice, non-violence, grassroots democracy, economic.
Sustainable art may be understood as art that is produced with consideration for the wider impact and its reception in relationship to its environments social, economic, biophysical, historical and cultural.