The Oberhausen Seminar (13-18 May 2020) is now accepting applications for international artists, filmmakers, curators, and researchers who work with moving images and in particular with artists’ films.
In this upcoming seminar, 25 selected applicants will explore the contemporary practice of moving image in the context of this world renowned and prestigious film festival. The selected participants will meet daily to discuss specific programs and topics as well as discuss with curators, filmmakers, artists, and distributors.
The Oberhausen Seminar will be led by Jörg Heiser, an art critic, curator, and professor and the Director of the Institute for Art in Context at the University of the Arts in Berlin. Amongst other curatorial projects, he was Co-Curator of the Busan Biennale, Korea, in 2018. His books include All of a Sudden. Things that Matter in Contemporary Art (2008) and Double Lives in Art and Pop Music (2019).
Apply by February 15, 2020 at https://bit.ly/36ARPS2