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Call for applications for Flaggfabrikken - Center for Contemporary Art's Curatron Mansion Residency

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Flaggfabrikken – Center for Contemporary Art

Curatron Mansion Residency

Supported by the Municipality of Bergen

October 14–November 11, 2014

Apply by: June 15

Flaggfabrikken – Center for Contemporary Art 
Mollendalsveien 17

5009 Bergen

Curatron Mansion Residency 

Flaggfabrikken – Center for Contemporary Art is offering the opportunity to undertake a one-month residency for four artists in Bergen, Norway. With the financial support from the municipality of Bergen we will offer each artist a studio, accommodation, paid travel expenses and a daily allowance during the artist's stay. 

The selected group of artists will be invited to stay at the Christinegard Mansion from October 14 to November 11. Each artist will be provided their own room within the mansion and will have their own respective studios at the following Bergen-based art institutions: Flaggfabrikken, Bergen Atlier Group, Bergen Center for Electronic Arts and SOMA.

During the residency the artist will be expected to give a small talk on his/her work for local artists and curators.

Curatron—selection process 
We will be using the Curatron software system as our method to define the artists within the group of the residency. Curatron is an online software tool developed to involve artists directly in the curatorial selection process. Each artist applying for the residency can view the entire pool of applicants and select other applicants they would like to spend their residency with. Curatron then calculates the final group from every applicant's selection. 

More on residency:
Apply here: 

Norway Residency call announcement

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