Deadline: 12/06/2019

What the Stones Hide

Artistic Exploration of Rural Surroundings

This residency is intended for artist to look in the surroundings of Anima to find stones -as  an archeology to the memory- in which the found object (a stone) tells us a story, either because of the memories that could produce by the touch, creating contact to the specific region of the stone, or by a creating a story that resembles a memory. The project to develop during the residency is to rescue our own memory, those which might be almost gone. As well as our purpose is to rescue the collective memory of storytelling for a lasting learning to pass on to future generations.

Cost: $715 USD.

Students & Latin-American citizens $585 USD

Private and Shared: Fees include meals, materials & shuttle from GDL/Anima – Anima/Aiport

Studio/ workspace

Disciplines, work equipment and assistance

Expectations towards the artist
Artists are encouraged to donate a piece made on-site to the ANIMA archive or create a piece that will be exhibited in the annual Anima art exhibition.

Application information
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What the Stones Hide

What the Stones Hide


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