Residency Exchange Programme

A highlight of our core programmes, our international residency exchange is a collaborative engagement between Grey Projects and our residency partners. In this programme, we invite artists (Singaporeans and PRs only) to apply for a 4-6 week artist residency with our partners overseas. The residency will include studio visits, open studios, as well as other presentation opportunities in the hosting country. In addition to accommodation and workspace, airfare and a modest production fee will also be provided. In exchange, we host international artists recommended to us by our residency partners.

Artists staying with us will enjoy access to our library/workspace and the residency room. Depending on its availability, the studio space may also be vacant for use. As presentation opportunities and activities such as workshops and artist talks are independently determined with each artist, residency offers do not guarantee the culmination of an exhibition or any similar event.

At the moment, we continue to expand our reach to more international residency spaces, and we are excited about the aspect of forming new partnerships.

Current partners

1) Taipei, Taiwan – AIR Taipei

This is a month-long artist residency in Taipei, Taiwan, with AIR Taipei.

Past successful residents (Singapore):

2018 – Anthony Chin (14 October – 27 December 2018)
2017 – Khairullah Rahim (23 October – 18 December 2017)
2015 – Jacqueline Sim (Residency period: 5 January – 10 February 2015)

Open Call page. Applications are currently closed.

2) Japan – Akiyoshidai International Artist Village (AIAV)

This is a 65-day artist residency in Japan, with Akiyoshidai International Artist Village.

Past successful residents (Singapore):

2019 – Joel Chin (9 January – 14 March 2019)

Open Call page. Applications close on 31 August 2018.

Past partners

1) Barcelona, Spain – SingcatHangar, and Les Bernardes

This was part of Singcat, an international residency exchange between Singapore and Barcelona, with our partners Hangar and Les Bernardes. The residency took place in Hangar, Barcelona in Spain – 3 weeks in Salt and 3 weeks in Hangar.

Past successful residents (Singapore):

2015 – Loo Zihan
2014 – Kray Chen
2012 – Geraldine Kang
2011 – Kelvin Atmadibrata

2) Bandung, Indonesia – Platform3

An exchange with Platform3, this was a month-long residency that took place in Bandung, Indonesia.

Past successful residents (Singapore):

2014 Ruyi Wong

3) Medellín, Colombia – Casa Tres Patios

This is a residency for curators and artist-curators who are interested in working with social and/or urban issues are strongly encouraged to create proposals for research.

This residency is an exchange programme between Grey Projects and Casa Tres Patios, and is a part of the Gift Exchange residency developed by Maja Ćirić and Biljana Ćirić. The Gift Exchange residency was started in order to complete the project Give More Than You Take by Pratchaya Phinthong. The residency explores the notion of ‘gift’ through cultural exchanges that hope to draw connection between different locations and productions, propelling future ongoing relationships.

Institutions participating in the Gift Exchange residency include: Times Museum (Guang Zhou, China), Grey Projects (Singapore), Dom Omladine in cooperation with Šumatovača AIR (Belgrade, Serbia), and Casa Tres Patios (C3P; Medellín, Colombia).

For more information about Pratchaya’s work and the origins of the Gift Exchange, please download this document.

Past successful residents (Singapore):

2014 – Kamiliah Bahdar

4) Maracaibo, Venezuela – Maczul Studio

This is an exchange with Maczul Studio at the Zulia Museum of Contemporary Art, located in Maracaibo, Venezuela.

The residency seeks to support contemporary artists and curators in their research and production of new works, and may result in presentation opportunities such as an open studio and/or exhibition. During the residency, the aplicant can look forward to curatorial support in project development, assistance with research and sourcing of materials, as well as networking opportunities with local artists. In addition, the applicant will also have access to a studio space, library, and research center.

 

Exchange Artists

    Yang Chi Chuan
  • 9 January - 13 February 2016

We’re pleased to welcome Yang Chi Chuan, our latest artist-in-residence, and the first exchange from our residency partner AIR Taipei. Trained in sculpture and new media, Chi Chuan works mainly with sculptures and installations. In recent years, she has developed an interest in incorporating plants into the narrative of her works. During her stay here, […]

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    David Mutiloa
  • 23 January 2015 - 5 March 2015

Say hello to our latest residency exchange artist from Spain – David Mutiloa! During his 6-week long residency here, David will explore the sights and sounds of Singapore, which will shape his research on the design process of art-making and its consequential relationship with the viewer.

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    David Peña Lopera
  • 11 October 2014 - 7 November 2014

David Peña’s residency is a part of a residency partnership programme between Grey Projects and Casa Tres Patios. To find out more about David and his works, visit www.david.laveneno.org.

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    Radi Arwinda
  • 3 April - 5 May 2014

We’re very happy to welcome our new artist-in-residence Radi Arwinda, a self-proclaimed action figure addict who will be staying with us for a month. His residency is a joint programme between Grey Projects and our new residency partner, Platform3.

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    Quim Tarrida
  • 15 August - 24 September 2013

Quim Tarrida

Quim’s residency at Grey Projects is part of a residency partnership programme between Grey Projects and Hangar. Artist Bio Quim Tarrida is a multi-displinary artist whose art production has borrowed from the realms of sound art, contemporary music and performance, photographic work, video, painting, and even sculpture. His work shows a certain fascination for toys, the organic world, […]

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    Raquel Munoz

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