LINZ FMR – Art in Digital Contexts and Public Spaces is a biennial festival and format for artistic processes and positions that reflects the ephemeral nature of the digital and connected present. The ever-advancing digitalization of everyday life implies an intense overlapping and layering of familiar physical, but also finely interwoven digital spaces.

LINZ FMR – Art in Digital Contexts and Public Spaces I


LINZ FM[Ai]R 21 invites artists or art collectives to spend one month creating new work, or further developing an existing project.


The work developed during the residency will be presented within the framework of the festival in the form of a group exhibition, performance, or another mode of presentation, and complemented by discursive formats. The artists will also be given the option to be part of an artist talk.

Who is it for?

Individuals and collectives at an international level.


Linz, Austria

Duration of stay

1 month

Financing amounts

800€ artist grant.
Up to 1.000€ production budget.
Up to 450€ travel expenses.
Free use of a studio and free accommodation in one of the flats of Atelierhaus Salzamt.
Free access to host’s facilities and various workshops of the Art University.
A professional presentation, exhibition and artist talk.
Curatorial support during the residency.

Source of funding


Type of activity


Type of sector

Arts, Audio-visual arts, Crafts, Digital arts, Digital media arts, Film, Science, Visual arts, Music, Contemporary art, Virtual media art, Theatre, Applied arts, Interdisciplinary art practices