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ART RESIDENCY: ILYA FEDOTOV-FEDOROV

ART RESIDENCY: ILYA FEDOTOV-FEDOROV

New horseshoes, an old herbarium collected during the Second World War and a second-hand grave found online. Learn why these three objects were important for Russian artist Ilya Fedotov-Fedorov during his residency at the Van Eyck.

ART RESIDENCY: ANDRIUS ARUTIUNIAN

We talked with Andrius Arutiunian, an Armenian-Lithuanian composer and sound artist in based in The Hague and Vilnius. He was taking part in the residential program at the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead…

ART RESIDENCY: MAESS

We talked with Maess, an intermedia artist who connects in her practice visual arts and music. She has a broad experience when it comes to international residencies for artists. Last year she took part in the Residency Unlimited…

ART RESIDENCY: PIOTR URBANIEC

“De Ateliers is famous for being the biggest, the most beautiful and super weird. It’s a match. Before coming here, I was mostly doing research in my bedroom and a swimming pool was my studio…”

ART RESIDENCY: FLOW – ON THE BOAT

In the era of environmental crises, social solidarity and activism seem to shape our existence and this new form of participation in society occurs largely through art and socially engaged projects. The river becomes a common starting…

ART RESIDENCY: NATALIA ZAŁUSKA

The residencies are becoming increasingly popular due to the mobility at a scale previously unknown. It is difficult to provide a clear definition of what an artistic residency is, as there are so many types, from small-scale residencies…

ART RESIDENCY: PERFORMANCE AS A TOOL

In conversation with Maja Bekan: ‘I always use performance as a tool to generate my works. Mostly, I’m working here on my research, I’m meeting a lot of people and just trying to expand my knowledge. There is a lot of things happening…’