Mapping Residencies #02

The second edition of Mapping Residencies is available.

Mapping Residencies is an annual magazine specialising in artists’ residencies and contemporary art. Mapping Residencies is an independent non-profit project, founded in Spain by visual artists, researchers and cultural managers from different parts of the world. Mapping Residencies was created as a result of the interest in learning about artists’ creative production within contemporary art systems, the different realities of residency programs and alternative art spaces, and how these are mutually influential. Each edition of Mapping Residencies is devoted fully to an issue related to non-profit creative spaces and contemporary artistic production.

Through articles, interviews and a discussion forum, this second edition of Mapping Residencies seeks to explain the meaning of the word “networking” within the contemporary art system and offers an extensive range of views about the raison d’être and the workings of a network devoted to art creation. In the final section, a directory lists the principal residency networks, information platforms and other related artistic/cultural networks.

The magazine features an interview with Eliza Roberts, Vice President of Res Artis and Asialink Arts Residencies Manager, that brings us first-hand information on the establishing of the Asia-Australia-Europe Creative Residency Network (AAECRN). This is the residency network in Asia, Australia and Europe implemented by Res Artis, On The Move, Asialink, and the National Association of the Visual Arts (NAVA).

You can purchase your copy of Mapping Residencies from the online shop; with the option of choosing between the print version, the digital version (PDF), or taking advantage of a discount by buying a bundle that includes both formats:

Mapping Residencies #02