Vision Forum was born from a collaboration with KSM at Linköpings universitet. Over the years we have worked with many wonderful and inspiring partners without whom we would be nothing. We have also been fortunate to receive funding and support from many institutions around the world. Below you find a few examples. A full list, we are proud to say, would be too long – so please excuse us for its incompleteness.
Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Wellcome Collection, ICA and the David Roberts Art Foundation in London; MACRO, Rome; CNEAI, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Serralves and Casa de Musica in Porto; Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam; ZKM in Karlsruhe; Mori Art Museum and Spiral in Tokyo; UCCA in Beijing; Rockbund Art Museum, Mingshen Museum and Zendai MOMA in Shanghai; OCAT in Shenzhen; MAM and Pinacoteca in Sao Paulo and Deste Foundation in Athens.
Karolinska institutet, Kungliga Konsthögskolan and Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan in Stockholm; Donders Institute in Nijmegen; The Max Planck institute in Göttingen, HfG in Karlsruhe; The University of Shanghai; The Melbourne University; Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, University of Arizona in Tucson, University of Californa in San Diego, California College of the Arts in San Francisco; Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP); École normale supérieure, Centre recherches interdisciplinairs in Paris and Musashino Art University in Tokyo.
European Cultural Foundation, Prince Claus Fund (with 98weeks) and Mondriaan Stichting in Amsterdam; Moderna Museets International Program, Ragnar Söderbergs Stiftelse and Statens Kulturråd in Stockholm; the Nordic Council of Ministers and The Nordic Cultural fund in Copenhagen; Goethe institut in Sao Paulo; The Swedish Institute in Stockholm and Paris; the embassies and consulates of France in London, Melbourne, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Yokohama and Stockholm; The Swedish embassies and consulates in Ottawa, Warsaw, Madrid, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, Mexico City, Brasilia and London.
Our residency, Norrköping Air (which is not currently receiving residents) was started with support by IASPIS and has received support from Nordic Culture Point, the Swedish Arts Council and Östsam.