arTech - imagining our future
Call for Applications for an interdisciplinary art student project by the EUNIC-Cluster Bangkok
The interdisciplinary art student project "arTech - imagining our future" artistically explores connections between art and science and the impact of new technologies on future generations. Art students from Europe and from Silpakorn University Bangkok from various disciplines will work together in pairs for two weeks to co-create art pieces that should either use new technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Programing/Apps/Gaming, etc. or address the potential effects of these and other technologies on future generations and (global) socio-economic sustainable development. The results will be displayed to the wider public during an art exhibition at the end of the project.
When: November 5 - 19 2023
Where: Bangkok, Thailand
Expenses covered: Economy flights, accommodation, material costs for the creation of artwork
- Art student of any discipline
- Working with or on new technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Programing/Apps/Gaming, etc.
- Willing to work in intercultural pairs to co-create art pieces by exchanging with students from other countries on how new technologies can affect future generations, sustainable development, local communities, etc.
- Available to come to Thailand for 2 weeks and to participate in 2-3 videocalls before and after the project.
Application: Please send your portfolio to email@example.com before June 2 2023.
What is EUNIC?
EUNIC is a network of European Cultural Institutes that organize cultural events together. Through culture, EUNIC strives to build trust and understanding between the people of Europe and the wider world. Currently the EUNIC-Cluster in Bangkok consists of Alliance Française, British Council, Goethe-Institut, Instituto Camões as well as the Embassies of Austria, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Romania and Spain. The Cluster works closely with the European Union Delegation to Thailand.
Similar projects in the past (with links):
- “Exchange Rate” – interdisciplinary art project, October 2022
- “Walls and beyond” – photography project, November 2019