Deadline: 13/02/2019

Art & the Question of the Subject

Subject to Art.

This artist residency aims to create work through the development and process of creativity within the art work highlighting not only the values of cultural identity, if not as their own potential of deconstructing and criticizing homogenized discourse. Artists will be asked to address the ideas of conflict in those already created identities, normalized and spread throughout the different social/political/cultural mechanisms.
Within this frame, our focus will be to understand the dialogue that arises from the art piece itself, the ideas of the participants and the artistic traditions. Talking through collective and individual identities in art practice, the artists will analyze images and the subject-persona, blending their own memories with images of history.
Curated by Eva Farji (Argentina)

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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Art & the Question of the Subject

Art & the Question of the Subject


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