Case Studies


 

Visual artist Benjamin Forster on his residency at HIAP in Helsinki

I have a background in visual arts and my practice has loosened, or expanded, to touch poetry, writing, reading and other forms of practice. In the pursuit of the best form to fit a concept, my work always seems to return to algorithmic methodologies and digital technologies. Read more... 

Elizabeth Willing on her year-long residency at the Kunstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin

The Kunstlerhaus Bethanien residency offers a year-long residency, and in a way this is one of the best things about it – a year to focus just on art making is an opportunity to completely lose oneself in the studio process. Read more...

Justine Varga on her residency at ACME in London

I spent the residency period in London undertaking research, looking at as many things as possible, taking meetings and producing new work.  Over the last few years camera-less photography has been a particular interest of mine. Read more...

Kevin Brophy on his six month residency at the BR Whiting Studio in Rome

The BR Whiting Studio is located in a city with endless riches in history, culture and religion. This is particularly important to me since I am passionate about the history of European art, and part of my project was to explore Catholic imagery and the meaning of Catholicism in my life. Read more...

Tim Darbyshire, dancer and choreographer, on his residency at the Cite International des Arts in Paris

My formation as a dancer and choreographer has been significantly influenced by studies at Centre National de Danse Contemporaine in France from 2006-2007. Read more...
Matthew Condon, writer on his residency at Keesing, Paris

I was lucky enough to secure the Keesing studio in early 1993, and spent a wonderful seven to eight months there in the Marais. I had applied without a thought that I'd actually secure a spot at the studio, and was stunned when I did. Read more...
Ursula Dubosarsky, writer on her residency at Keesing, Paris 

Once I heard about it many years ago I guess it was always there in the back of my mind - a flat in Paris! What a wonderful thought, why wouldn't I apply? Read more...
Jess Johnson shares some insights about her 2016 residency at Greene St Studio in New York

Residencies have always been the thing I’ve been most eager to do as an artist. They’re such unique opportunities. It's a completely different experience from travelling somewhere for a few days, visiting the main attractions and moving on to the next place. Read more...

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