Artist-in-residence at Sarah Wigglesworth Architects

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Sarah Wigglesworth Architects (SWA) celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2019 and they wish to mark this occasion by sponsoring a visual artist in residence. They invite applications from visual artists to use the space offered by this residency in order to create work in response to the practice, its outputs and/or its ethos and context. Applicants should have an established or emerging background in their respective field. The work produced by this residency is expected to engage with SWA and its work. The output(s) should express or reflect one or more aspects of SWA’s beliefs and goals, contributing to the discourse they engage in about their processes. SWA aim to host an exhibition or event in October 2019 and expect the artist to produce work for this as part of SWA’s other celebrations. In addition to the space available the selected artists will be provided with a stipend of £2500 for the three-month duration of the award.

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Expires: January 28, 2019


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