On June 18, 2020, the Moscow Museum of Cosmonautics together with art practice ARTYPICAL start an open-call for participation in the international Space Art Summer School. This is a laboratory project for creative research of archives and visual culture related to contemporary ideas about space and the history of space exploration. The school will operate in an online format from July 27, 2020 to August 31, 2020.
Participation in the school is free. Applications are accepted from June 18 to July 5, 2020.
Who can participate?
The international summer school invites musicians, artists, researchers, and technologists from around the world to create new sound and visual works across disciplines, from 3D animation and digital sculpture to new literature and music production.
Сongratulations to the participants:
1. Chad Eby / UK
2. Fahmi Mursyid / Indonesia
3. Markus Schroll / Germany
4. Mami Mizushina / Japan / UK
5. Boris Shershenkov / Russia
6. Cody Sowerby / UK
7. Liudmila Siewerski / Germany
8. Nitzan Satt / Israel
9. Kris Pilcher / USA
10. Luke Hooper / Netherlands
11. Kristina Mikhailova / Kazakhstan
12. Adriana Knouf / USA
13. Catherine Sarah Young / Australia
14. Afroditi Psarra / USA
15. Sasha Rindisbache / USA
16. Louise Beer / UK
17. Alexey Yepishev / Russia
18. Daniil Posazhennikov / Russia
19. Fabiane Morais Borges / Brazil
20. Hellen Boyko / Russia
The following topics will be presented in the program of the Space Art Summer School:
- Space in cinematography and visual art
- Space in the work of music composers
- Sonification and audification of the cosmos and astronomy
- Media art in outer space
- Media archeology of space
- Philosophy of space and Russian cosmism
- Iconographies of human spaceflight
- ...and more
The co-hosts of the Space Art Summer School:
- Natalia Fuchs, international curator, new media researcher, and art critic (Russia)
- Peter Kirn, creative technologist, musician, and journalist (USA/Germany).
The presenting team will also include invited experts from the field of modern culture, space technology, and international institutions related to space exploration.
Space Art Summer School timeline:
- Open call for applications: June 18 to July 5, 2020.
- Selection of participants announced: July 16, 2020.
- The summer school (online) is held weekly on Mondays from July 27, 2020 to August 31, 2020.
- The school’s public program (offline) will be presented in the space of the Museum of Cosmonautics and at partner sites in 2020-2021.
How to join?
Participation at the school is free for participants. An application is required for participation, including a motivation letter and a portfolio (in Russian and English) by 23:59 Moscow time July 5, 2020 to email@example.com. The best projects created within the school may receive support for implementation in the framework of joint public programs (exhibition and performative).