Berlin Residency Programme

Grey Projects Berlin Residency welcomes art writers, curators, and any individual interested in the possibilities of what art writing could be. Cross-bred forms are highly encouraged (biography of objects, epistolary theory, interview as novella, etc).

The applicant is expected to be independent-minded, one who appreciates quiet, solitary studio hours. the applicant can look forward to curatorial and administrative support in project development and networking opportunities with artists, writers and art spaces in Berlin. The studio is conveniently located to two train stations in old East Berlin.

In addition to accommodation and workspace, airfare and a modest production fee will also be provided. Residents can look forward to curatorial and administrative support in project development and networking opportunities with artists, writers and art spaces in Berlin. The studio is conveniently located near two train stations in old East Berlin. Presentation opportunities such as readings and/or talks upon the applicant’s return to Singapore are independently determined with each artist.

Past successful residents (Singapore):

2018 – Chris Yeo Siew Hua
2016 – Tania De Rozario

Open Call pageApplications are currently closed.

 

Past Berlin Residents

    Chris Yeo
  • 28 May - 28 June, 2018

Photo by Philipp Aldrup   We’re pleased to introduce our participant for this year’s Berlin Studio Residency: Chris Yeo. Screenwriter, film-maker, and independent researcher, Chris has devoted his practice to philosophical themes, particularly eastern and western metaphysics, philological systems, and the translations of theories in art making and spectatorship. Chris sees his screenwriting as a […]

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    Tania De Rozario
  • Berlin Residency
  • 15 May - 14 June, 2016

Kicking off our Berlin Residency in May 2016 is writer and artist Tania De Rozario. During her residency, she will be working on a literary and visual response to a series of letters written by German poet Rainer Maria Rilke, published after his death under the title ‘Letters to a Young Poet’.

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