22 March – 1 April 2020
Join an international group of artists on a 10-day residency in Gdańsk (Poland), a city torn apart by history and one of the biggest cultural centers in Poland. Under the guidance of American artist Lucas Reiner, participants will be invited to explore the theme of freedom, whose dynamism is best expressed by our ability to choose and engage.
The residency program will alternate times of individual and collective work, workshops (painting, graphic design, photo-video, performance, installation, writing…), cultural visits and meetings with some of the city’s foremost artists.
Lucas Reiner was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1960. He is a painter, engraver and photographer, sharing his time between Los Angeles and Berlin. He has attended the Parsons School of Design and the New School for Social Research in New York, the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles and the Parsons School of Design and American College in Paris.
Since 2001, the artist has focused on what he calls the “portrait” of curbside trees in his hometown, exploring the formal collision between organic growth and the constraints of modern urban life.
Who can apply to the residency?
All visual artists with a graduate degree or a record of past shows, and at least one year of studio experience.
To apply, send a resume (including degrees, past and upcoming shows, studio experience) to firstname.lastname@example.org. An answer will be given you within ten business days of your application.
The participation fee is 300 EUR. This fee includes on-site transportation, museum entries, half-board, accomodation in single-sex rooms of 2/3 ppl. It does not include transportation to and from Gdańsk and lunch.
A detailed program will be sent to all participants.