In the frame of the EU project Life Long Burning Moving in November Helsinki and Uferstudios GmbH Berlin are offering two different shaped residencies for professional movement and dance artists based in Finland and Berlin.
With the Artistic Exchange Residency 2023 Moving in November and Uferstudios offer the possibility to work and research embedded in two artist driven structures, working and thinking in close connection with the local artistic scenes of the two cities (Helsinki and Berlin). We would like to offer the possibility to research, to exchange with us and to experience the program of Moving in November festival and Uferstudios.
WHO WE ARE
Moving in November is a contemporary dance festival organised yearly in the Helsinki area. The festival is an invitation to come together. To experience artistic works from the local scene and abroad. Artists voicing their critical thinking, their visions, their experiences, their dreams, opening small windows to the world we are living in. www.movinginnovember.fi
Uferstudios for contemporary dance is a landmarked area in Berlin-Wedding that currently brings together a total of six partners from Berlin’s independent dance scene. Uferstudios are characterized by the coexistence of artistic production, research, education and information, and promote a synergetic collectivity on site with focus on openness and participation.
Moving in November and Uferstudios Berlin offer both a 2-week residency, each one for one individual dance artist working with contemporary dance or performance.
The call addresses Finland and Berlin based artists, interested in working and researching for two weeks in the other country.
The residency in Berlin, addressing Finland based artists, offers:
– Accommodation, travel expenses, per diem, fee (700€) and studio time for 1 person
– When: Jul 24th – Aug 6th, 2023
– Where: Berlin, Uferstudios
With the Artistic Exchange Residency 2023 Uferstudios offers the participant the possibility to draft, adapt, experiment and exchange their own work in the local context of Berlin/Uferstudios. It encourages artist to deepen their research or production with the possibility of technical support or any other close collaboration they want to engage in with the local artistic community. A final studio showing is possible but not requested.
The residency in Helsinki, addressing Berlin based artists, offers:
– Accommodation, travel expenses, per diem, fee (1000€), studio time for 1 person (5 days) and free access to all Moving in November events.
– When: Oct 30th – Nov 12th, 2023 (Studio time: Oct 30th – Nov 3rd, 2023, Festival period: Nov 2nd – 12th, 2023)
– Where: Helsinki, Moving in November
With the Artistic Exchange Residency 2023 Moving in November offers the participant the possibility to experience the whole festival program and all discursive events. Via this the participant gets to know and exchange with the local artistic community and the invited international artists. Moving in November furthermore gives the possibility to research and experiment in the studio, to think about a new creation, to try out first ideas with the possibility of mentorship or any other close collaboration wished for. A final studio showing is possible but not requested. The studio residency in Helsinki takes place in the studio of choreographer Liisa Pentti, who functions as a co-host and takes part in the selection process.
APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR BOTH RESIDENCIES: 26.05.2023
Please send your biography and a short motivation letter in English describing what you want to work on and how you imagine profiting from the residency and your stay in Helsinki or Berlin.
The selection process will happen in close collaboration of both parties.
Looking forward to your applications!
Kerstin Schroth & Moving in November team
Photo © Kerstin Schroth „The Hut“ by Jared Gradinger, Angela Schubot, Stefan Rusconi, Alm Gnista & Shelley Etkin, in the frame of Moving in November 2022
Photo © Johannes Bock
The residencies are organized by Moving in November and Uferstudios GmbH within the frame of the European Network Project Life Long Burning – Futures Lost and Found, funded by Creative Europe 2023-2026.