PRAKSIS’s 11th residency, Monumental-Temporal

Website: https://www.praksisoslo.org/residencies-blog/residency11

PRAKSIS and Fellesverkstedet invite international, national and local applications from anyone with relevant interest and experience to participate in a residency developed with artist Gereon Krebber. PRAKSIS’s eleventh residency, Monumental-Temporal will involve a period of intensive, hands-on three-dimensional construction using a variety of substances, alongside discussion of public art and the expanded field of sculpture. Participants will be able to develop their own work whilst supporting other participants’ constructions, helping brainstorm and resolve technical and formal problems and enacting solutions. The residency will culminate in an exhibition. This residency is multidisciplinary: applications are welcomed from artists, curators, writers, designers, and anyone else with relevant experience and interests. Places are available for one non-local resident and up to four locally-based residents to work alongside Gereon Krebber. Non-Oslo based residents will be offered accommodation and PRAKSIS will provide lunch and dinners for all residents.

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Expires: June 22, 2018


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