Collaborating with the Narva Art Residency of the Estonian Academy of Arts and the Trojan Horse collective, the institute has started a project named (Re)configuring Territories that takes place over several years. The project is funded by Kone Foundation (link) in 2020–2022.
(Re)configuring Territories welcomes Anna Bitkina and Maria Veits (link) for a six-week Residency in May–June 2020. The Residency is meant for practitioners and researchers who share an interest in situated practices and speculative approaches. The chosen residents will live and work at Narva Art Residency where they can concentrate on their research and/or artistic practice.
The programme continues as a week-long Spring School on May 31 – June 6, 2021. The Spring School consists of three simultaneous workshops mentored by anthropologist Francisco Martínez and urbanist and creative practitioner Andra Aaloe, graphic designer, baker and writer Maria Muuk, and architecture, art and design practice MYCKET. Read more about the spring school (link).
Read more about the project (Re)configuring Territories on the project’s website.