New Artistic Residencies will be announced at STARTS Residencies Days


    Starts Residencies Days is a free event, which aims to showcase the results of the Vertigo.STARTS.Residencies Programme. The event will take place on 27-28 March 2019, at the Centre Pompidou, Paris

    During this event, the long-awaited announcement of the residences’ projects that won the third and last call supported by Vertigo.STARTS.Residencies will be made. The announcement will occur on 28 March, by 5:30 p.m.

    New Artistic Residencies will be announced at STARTS Residencies Days
    Credits: Magic Linning Residency: Kristi Kuusk and Magic Shoes Project. Photographer: Iris Kivisalu. Model: Loore Martma

    In this event, the participants will have also the opportunity to discover some details of some of the on-going residences of the first and second call. The presentations of the residences will take place in various moments of the event and will be conducted by the artists and researchers involved in them.

    On 27 March, there will be a pitch session, entitled “Future STARTS Here”, scheduled to start at 5:00 p.m. and dedicated to the discussion and exchange of ideas around the collaborations between art and technology.

    It is also worth of mentioning the two panel discussions that will take place on 28 March, in which artists and researchers will discuss issues related to participatory design and collaborations between art, science and technology.

    New Artistic Residencies will be announced at STARTS Residencies Days
    Credits: The Plants Sense Residency: María Castellanos and Alberto Valverde and Flora Robotica Project

    STARTS Residencies Days promises to be a stimulating and dynamic event, full of discussions valuable to all of those who are interested and curious about the collaboration between science, art and technology.

    To know all the details about the STARTS Residencies Days event, visit the Vertigo.STARTS.Residencies website

    Vertigo.STARTS.Residencies is a project supported by the H2020 STARTS program of the European Commission. It seeks to add socio-economic value to industry through the integration of artists in research and open innovation processes.
    INOVA+ is responsible for monitoring some of the artistic residencies supported by Vertigo.STARTS.Residencies and for designing the methodology for the integration of artists in R&D projects (co-creation methodology).