Cognitive Justice and the Crisis of Epistemology
SFSIA 2023 | New York City

in collaboration with The Brooklyn Rail and Residency Unlimited
August 7 – 11

Application Information

While the application deadline for SFSIA 2023 has passed, we are continuing to accept applications for immediate consideration as space is available.

Applications for SFSIA 2023 | NYC are open to students, practitioners and scholars from the fields of art (including video, painting, photography, sculpture and installation), design, architecture, critical writing, neuroscience, science and technology studies, critical theory, cultural studies, film and media studies, and beyond.

Please note this program is focused around discussion-oriented seminars and online public lectures listed in the program schedule. Additionally, participants should plan extra time for the required Reader and to informally connect and engage with other participants as interest and time allows.

To apply please email a single PDF (8mb max) labeled “LASTNAME_FIRST.pdf” and formatted in the following manner to with the subject line “SFSIA 2023 – NAME”. You may use this downloadable application .doc as reference.

SECTION ONE (page one)
Personal Information
Preferred Name:
Date of Birth:
Phone Number:

Financial Aid Request (200 words max)
A limited number of partial tuition scholarships are available which are awarded both on need and merit. Please indicate if you would like to be considered for a partial scholarship and provide any relevant information regarding your financial situation at this time. Please note that applicants who do not express a financial aid request in their application will not be considered for scholarships.

Program Referral
Please let us know how you found out about our program and be as specific as possible (e.g. e-Flux announcement, friend, etc.).

SECTION TWO (page two, 250 words max)
Letter of Interest
Tell us about yourself and your reasons for participating including how the program and ideas put forward in our statement relates to or could influence your practice.

SECTION THREE (page three, 250 words max)
Tell us about your professional history highlighting experiences in communal learning environments which are academically and collaboratively intense. Include your strategies for participation and engagement.

SECTION FOUR (1-3 pages)
Please provide a full curriculum vitae including professional, academic and employment history.

SECTION FIVE (1-10 pages)
Please include 1-10 pages of work examples from your practice. Your portfolio may include website and video links (i.e. personal websites, Vimeo), writing samples, and/or images with descriptive texts. Please let us know if you have any questions about formatting your portfolio.