Project Title

“Risk change”

Project Goal

The project is going to work on creating, connecting, comparing, and promoting of European contemporary interdisciplinary arts connected with social studies, applied sciences and migrations. The goal is building of networks and inter-connectedness between migrants and local residents, striveing towards integration of cultural diversity connected with contemporary processes of migrations and constant social and cultural change in 21st century.


Through maintaining and further development of interdisciplinary cultural circles in relation to ICT, science and art, mobile strategies, the project will try to build new practices aimed at the inclusion of audience in the creative processes. Mentioned goals will be realized through organization and starting of art residencies, conferences, symposiums, workshops, exhibitions, open labs, mobile application, and throughout the establishing of new cultural networks.

RISK CHANGE refers to people who are forced to risk change that should allow them to live a better life. RISK is a word that refers to migrants, and CHANGE is a word that represents settled residents who are not in the process of migrating. These are two opposing sides – 2 target groups of the project. Within the project, it is certainly about the focus on the factor of change that strives to actualize the contemporary social phenomenon, and through the active connection of trans- and inter-disciplinary art, culture, science, ICT technology and creating new audiences that will be integrated into all RC processes. Each of the project partners will, in relation to national circumstances and migration policies, develop artistic research programs that will focus on the integration of migrants into local communities.


  • KID KIBLA (Maribor, Slovenia) – project leader
  • Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka
  • RIXC (Riga, Latvia)
  • ACAX / League of Independent Art Spaces (Budapest, Hungary),
  • 7scenes (Amsterdam, The Netherlands),
  • ZINC (Marseille, France), FOPSIM (Zejtun, Malta),
  • MSUV – Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina (Novi Sad, Serbia),
  • Department of Philosophy and History of Science, School of Science (University of Athens, Greece)
  • The Mighty Creatives (Leicester, England).


1 June 2016 – 31 May 2020

Financed under:

Creative Europe


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