(Re)configuring Territories is an interdisciplinary research program for emerging architects, artists, designers, programmers and urban planners. The program takes place at the Narva Art Residency, in Narva, eastern Estonia.(Re)configuring Territories aims to produce knowledge about interdependent social, political, geographical and technological processes in the context of Narva and reflect on postcolonial questions on the fringes of the European Union. How can Narva be seen as an example of a post-industrial city? Is Narva a post-national borderland?
The program’s first instalment is a week-long Spring School in May. The Spring School consists of three simultaneous workshops mentored by designer and theorist Aiwen Yin, urban planner and researcher Damiano Cerrone, and filmmaker and artist Polina Medvedeva.
APPLY BY March 31, 2019
The Spring School participation fee of 50€ covers one workshop, three vegan meals per day, and accommodations at the residency.
Spring School 2019
→ Весенняя Школа 2019
→ Kevadkool 2019
→ Kevätkoulu 2019