European Media Art Platform - The Artist Selection 2024

What noise is actually cancelled from the world by noise-cancelling technology? What tactics can we use to trick biased AI hiring bots? How can the reinterpretation of archaic cultural contexts shed new light on our present? These are some of the exciting questions the artists selected for the EMAP 2024 residencies will work on. Other selected artists will create synthetic rainbows, collect biological traces and memories in a pandemic archive or explore topics such as compost as superfood, exhausted landscapes and the link between time and weather.

Lukas Truniger, Bruce Yoder, Rainbow Mirages, draft mockup based on the existing installation Ethereal Fleeting

The European Media Art Platform (EMAP), co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, aims to support collaboration projects by emerging artists who work critically with technologies in the fields of video, digital art, robotics, bio art and other forms of media art. Since the launch of the platform in 2018, 75 projects have been commissioned, which received over 30 international awards. Many more EMAP commissions have been presented at prestigious institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, Tate Modern in London, Filmfest Locarno, and the Venice Biennale. Following an international open call which received 586 artist proposals from 42 countries, we are excited to announce the artists selected for 2024. All the 16 media artists and artist groups will take part in an international two-month fully funded residency with an EMAP member organisation, culminating in several group exhibitions over the next years.

EMAP Selected Artists for 2024:

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