|Projects should examine the respective physical as well as mental barriers and ways to overcome them. They can focus on urban and architectural questions as well as social and political aspects. Inspired by the exhibition UNBUILDING WALLS, projects may examine current debates on nations, protectionism and border demarcation as well as other barriers not necessarily related to nationalist perspectives. They might be concerned with social segregation and other “walls in the mind” and should incorporate and integrate social and sociological components as part of an overall holistic approach.|
The results of the project must take the form of an artistic/creative work. The format in which they are submitted and presented can be chosen by the application. The subject or topic of the project should be communicated in a clear, presentable form suitable for exhibiting or presenting to the public. The scholarship holders commit themselves to a representative presentation of the objects and works that adequately meets the needs of an exhibition context. This applies just as much to architectural and urban designs and concepts as to artistic objects, animations and performance, film or photographic works.
Applicants agree to document their research trip in writing and pictures in the form of a booklet and to prepare this accordingly for presentation on completion of the project.