The Yellow House was built as a residence for the Mill keeper of Kvarnbacken in Jarfalla, the site where the ongoing Kalejdohill project takes place until the end of 2017. A modest 90sqm house, on the foot of a hill, in the suburb of Jarfalla in Stockholm.
2. The Project
The call invites individuals or groups to submit a project for their month-long residency in the Yellow Cabin on Kalejdohill. The proposal could be for a study of the surrounding area, a diary of their stay, a research on the issues of inhabiting a foreign place, a look into the particularities of Stockholm suburbia, an investigation of a public space in the making, or anything: surprise us.
3. The Stay
The winning proposals would be granted a stipend of €4.000 each, plus an invitation to participate in subsequent publications and exhibitions of the project. The selected individuals or teams would stay in the cabin for a month, and provided with basic amenities (travel expenses, electricity, heating and wi-fi), as well as the collaboration of the municipality of Jarfalla on various needs that may arise.
Inhabitant Zero is open to graduates and professionals from the fields of Urbanism, Fine Art, Design, Architecture, Sociology, Migration Politics, Archaeology, and the list could go on. Curious individuals or groups interested in how the world works.
THE JURY (proposed)
Eva Franch, director Storefront for Art and Architecture
Ulrika Karlsson, architect stockholm and KTH school of architecture
Joseph Grima, architect and director of IDEAS CITY
Felix Burrichter, publisher PINUP magazine
Ylva Ogland, artist, Stockholm and Athens