The institute Rome residency (2016–2017) was a self-financed, self-catering, rented accommodation, with the support of the landlord. Visitors covered rental and utility costs, which were shared among the guests in residence.

Thanks to the generous Riksbankens Jubileumsfond research initiation grant, we organised a workshop titled “Investigating Interdisciplinary Informality” held at the Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antiquities (Medelhavsmuseet) in Stockholm, 3–4 October 2017, bringing together a large group of academics, artists and other creative professionals.

In order to support interdisciplinary activities, the institute will actively seek funding from established grant agencies, both national and international. The Triple-I community is intended as a secure environment for enabling collaborative work across scholarly boundaries, one that encourages collaborations that explore various national funding resources and new constructions of financial support for research, e.g. crowd-funding projects.

To facilitate the institute’s activities, we welcome donations from private individuals, foundations and other philanthropic sources.