Quote—Unquote joins Bucharest Air for 2021
Application season now open

We are thrilled to announce that we are teaming up with Bucharest Artists in Residence in co-curating and co-organizing next year's programme. Navigating onwards after ten years of exciting and diverse international residencies, for 2021 Bucharest Air reframes its open call around Quote—Unquote’s topics and research interests.
The application process for residents is now open — we are looking to host and collaborate with artists and other practitioners working primarily with new media and internet, performance, research-based work, moving image, voice-based practice, lecture-performance, installation, site-specific (public space) interventions and others, all relating to the layers, mechanisms, effects and politics of public speaking, language, discourse and voice.
We're all eyes and ears for your applications — send us your portfolio, CV and project proposal here after carefully reading the general regulations and application info.

Deadline: Nov 1, 2020, 23:59h CET.

Bucharest Air offers residents the chance to live and work for a period of up to three months in the city of Bucharest, as well as the context to research, develop or produce new works and projects, conceptually and practically aided by the Bucharest Air team.

The residency is open to applicants of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds. Research and on-site investigation, dialogue and a will to enter social, cultural and artistic exchange, a feel for context and a desire to work within a local scene or situation are prerequisites of a successful residency period in Bucharest.

Bucharest Air functions as a non-profit organization, run and managed by artist Tudor Bratu. 

Quote—Unquote is a Bucharest-based international platform dedicated to (public) speech, devised and developed by Infinite Conversation, the independent curatorial unit of Dan Angelescu, Irina Radu and Cristina Vasilescu.

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