AADK Spain invites artists and researchers from all disciplines who wish to produce works related to AADK’s primary lines of research – Body, Territory and Spatiality, emphasizing the idea of “Spatiality” in 2018.
Eligible to apply artists, architects, landscapers and scientists with two years of professional experience.
The abandonment of the historical centre (an area adjacent to the Centre), the aging of the population due to a lack of activities and opportunities for the young, the difficulties in integration of different communities, and the reduced access to contemporary culture within rural areas, are some of the major problems that the Spanish town Blanca faces. AADK Spain invites applicants to explore these concerns within the context of Centro Negraand its unique location.
The call is currently open for residencies from January through to June, 2018.
Centro Negra, the site of AADK Spain, is located in the town of Blanca (Murcia region, south of Spain). Blanca is a unique historical town of 6,000 inhabitants, settled in the Ricote valley, crossed by the Segura river.