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Jan van Eyck Academie
A one-year or two-year research period
Call for applications Fine Art, Design, Theory
Artists, designers and theoreticians are invited to submit proposals for individual or collective research projects for a one-year or two-year research period in the departments of Fine Art, Design and Theory.
It is also possible to apply for the following collective research projects: Traces of autism. Wander-research in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine, Logo Parc, The tomorrow book, UbiScribe, The pensive image, Circle for Lacanian ideology Critique, Citygraphy.
Call for applications: Traces of autism. Wander-research in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine
This research project concerns the making of an inventory of public space in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine, based on journeys made through the area and following a number of strict parameters (the inner borders of the Euregio, the 'subaltern', existing and new maps,...). Artists, designers and theoreticians are invited to submit proposals to participate as researchers in this project.
Call for applications: The pensive image
The pensive image is a research project on thinking images. This project studies the extent to which images (painting, photography, cinema etc.) are able to philosophize on the status of their own representation, and on the nature of vision. Art historians and cultural theoreticians are invited to submit proposals to participate as researchers in this project.
Citygraphy. 19th century and 21st century topographic photography in Maastricht
Citygraphy examines examines the role of 19th century photography in the consciousness and perception of the European city as a historic focal point – a fulcrum subject to the powers of modernization. What role did the visual image play in the modernization process, and in particular, what was the role of photography? The research project Citygraphy is a commission for a photographer/researcher.
Wim Cuyvers awarded Flemish Culture Prize
At the Jan van Eyck Academie Wim Cuyvers is setting up the research project Traces of autism. Those interested are welcome to apply as researcher for this project.
Jan van Eyck Academie
6211 KM Maastricht
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