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BABEL OPEN CALL 2021 / 2022
(deadline 01.03.2020)

Babel visningsrom for kunst is delighted to invite artists to apply for exhibitions in 2021/2022.

Deadline: 1st of March 2020.

Babel is an artist-run contemporary art space established as a part of Lademoen Artist Workshop’s (LKV) residency program in Trondheim. In addition to curating a yearly exhibition program, Babel also hosts a number of collaborative and interdisciplinary art events and projects. The space is situated in a bright storefront at the east part of Trondheim.

Exhibiting artists will be supported with a fee up to 12 000 kr and limited coverage of transport/ production costs. We encourage applicants to seek additional support from the Art Council Norway, Trondheim Municipality or other agencies. Both emerging and established artists are eligible but applicants must qualify for membership with Norske Billedkunstnere (NBK), Norske Kunsthåndverkere (NK) or equivalent trade unions. The applications will be considered by Babel’s artistic committee, consisting of Tobias Liljedahl, Carlos A. Correia, Torhild Aukan and Tore Reisch, as well as project manager for Babel Art Space, Lena Katrine Sokki.

The application must display a clear description of the exhibition concept and contain the following:
– Short description of your artistic practice (250 words)
– Project description (600 words) including what period you are applying for.
– CV.
– Portfolio with a maximum of ten pages/works. Attach time-based works as a link to vimeo or a similar site.
– Remember to include a short description of the visual materials.

All information must be sent as a single PDF file (max 10 MB). Name your file as follows: Firstname_Surname_BABEL, and send it to: babel@lkv.no by the 1st of March 2020.

If you are applying for a residency at Lademoen Artist Workshops, please submit your application for an exhibition period with the residency application to mail@lkv.no.

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about the application or if you would like to have a look at the space.