Out of the 30 submissions received in response to the international open call, the international jury, composed of representatives of the partners of the international Hydra PACE – Platform for Artistic Collaboration and Exchange programme, has selected six artists from Slovakia, Palestine and Slovenia to take part in international residencies in the above-mentioned countries. The project is supported by the Anna Lindh Foundation.
KAIR Košice Artist in Residence and Artist-in-Residence program (AIR) of the Schafhof – European Center for Art Upper Bavaria invite visual or interdisciplinary artists based or coming from the Upper Bavaria district of Germany to take part in the two-months residency in Košice, Slovakia.
Tijana Radenković is a visual artist from Serbia, now living in Slovakia Bratislava. Her work is at the intersection of identity, body, bio-living systems and contemporary collections (wunderkammer). Radenković’s interests are focused towards examining the identity, problematization, function and perception of the human body, beauty and ideals.
On the verge of the last year, we were happy to launch a new project in cooperation with DobraVaga Gallery and Ramallah Municipality under the name HYDRA PACE.
The DobraVaga Gallery, Ramallah Municipality / Mamarat AIR program and KAIR Košice Artist in Residence invite visual or interdisciplinary artists, working and living in Slovenia, Palestine or Slovakia, to take part in a two-month residency in selected cities.
Laura Leppert (*1993) is a visual artist, filmmaker and sculptor currently based in Berlin and Munich, Germany. During the residency at K.A.I.R. Košice Artist in Residence, Laura plans to work on her video project Haunted House, that deals with intertwined human and animal, bacterial and microorganic sensoriums, and their potential for collective sensing and storytelling.