The Foundation supports all systemic activity fields that foster and facilitate the production, presentation, communication and preservation of art for society, the public domain and the common good.
Art here includes all media of the visual arts, time-based arts and future art forms in the broadest sense that are related to the continuous development of media and technologies. The production, presentation, mediation and preservation of art aims, in particular, at the sustainable promotion of a cultural environment for society as a whole, both in terms of infrastructure and people.
The Foundation strives to support artistic production and to sustain institutional structures as places for people and continuous development. Promoting artistic exchange in all formats, it is also concerned to promote the societal ownership of processes and materials of art.
Assets & capital
The Foundation’s assets consist of subsidies, gifts, bequests and assets obtained through inheritance, as well as other benefits. The Foundation does not engage in any activities to acquire these funds. The Foundation does not hold more capital than is reasonably necessary for the continuity of the activities planned in support of its objectives. Pursuant to the Foundation’s articles of association and its actual activity, no single person within the Foundation has decisive control. Therefore, no single person can have access to the assets of the Foundation as if it were equity capital.
The Foundation does not accept unsolicited applications
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