DE-CONSTRUKT [projekts] Residency
Disciplines: All Disciplines.
Location: Brooklyn, New York, United States
Eligibility: Curators and artists of all disciplines looking for a space for experimentation and creation.
Support: Housing, darkroom, and studio for public programming and working. Assistance with projects.
Costs: 2 weeks residency total cost $400.00
DE-CONSTRUKT [projekts] based in Red Hook, Brooklyn is excited to announce our artist residency opportunities for this summer 2017. We provide artists and curators with a place to live, work and engage with other artists and the local community of Red Hook. Our 2600 sq. loft is equipped with a dark room, wet sink, modern kitchen, and lots of natural light. It also includes accessible on-street parking, access to our large studio for hosting public events and for working (when available) and a fully furnished bedroom.
Our residency program started in 2013. We have hosted artists from Slovakia, Czech Republic, Iceland, Germany, England, Israel and Palestine. Past work includes painting, music, video, public intervention, installation, workshops, and film screenings.
We provide a space to develop new ideas, create temporal work and provide encouragement to form new networks. For reference visit our projekts featured on our web site.
Artists are required to stay at least 2 weeks. Residency fee for two weeks is $500 (1 person) and must be paid in full before arrival. Artists are responsible for all expenses including supplies and travel. Artists can request work exchange for partial coverage of residency fee, if available.
All applicants must fill out the online application and pay a $15 processing fee. Rolling application deadline. All applicants will be notified within 10 days after submitting an application.
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