International Residency Programme

Grey Projects welcomes international applicants to apply for our residency programme. Each residency period runs for a minimum of 3 weeks. We are looking to support artists, curators, critics, and other participants in the visual arts, but applicants from other fields (such as dance, literature, and design) are also welcomed.

The residency space is furnished with a single bed, table, chair and a wardrobe. It has an attached bathroom, wifi-access and air-conditioning. Additionally, resident will have access to the workspace in our library. Please note that this residency does not culminate in an exhibition or any similar event. Presentation opportunities are independently determined with the resident after his/her arrival.

We’re located in Tiong Bahru – Singapore’s oldest housing estate that’s also known today for its cafés, design studios, independent bookstores, Streamline Moderne architecture, and its art community.

We ask for a modest fee of S$400/week, which goes towards the upkeep of our non-profit space.

Interested applicants please send to nicole(at)greyprojects.org:

  1. A CV (2 pages max)
  2. 8–10 images of recent work in a PDF file of under 5MB
    • For writers/curators, please submit 8–10 images of recent work/exhibition in a PDF file of under 5MB, and/OR 2−3 writing samples
  3. A residency project/research proposal
    • Sketches, drawings, video clips, or any other supporting documents for the proposal are welcomed, but not mandatory. The proposal with supporting material should be submitted in a PDF file of under 5Mb, and should not exceed 3 pages.

For information on all of our residency programmes, click here.

 

Past Residents

    Stephanie Lai
  • 1 September - 30 November 2016

Grey Projects is excited to welcome our latest writer-in-residence, Stephanie Lai! Equipped with a professional interest in climate change adaptation and sustainability, she is here on a 3-month residency with the hopes of exploring the impact of traditional culture, cultural identity, and how people interact with climate change in Asian communities.

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    Gemma Kearney
  • 15 June - 13 July 2016

We’re pleased to welcome our latest artist-in-residence, Gemma Kearney! An Irish visual artist whose practice is predominantly sculptural and painting based, Gemma’s current work explores ideas around belief ideology, personal mythology and the spaces where opposing ideological standpoints exist. During her 4-week residency here, she’ll spend her time researching these ideas and working on a new project. She’ll have an Open Studio towards the end of the residency, watch this space for more updates!

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    Leanne Dunic
  • 28 October 2015 - 18 November 2015

  We are very pleased to welcome our latest artist-in-residence, multi-disciplinary artist and writer Leanne Dunic! During her 3-week residency here, Leanne will be working on new works as well as conducting a writing workshop at Grey Projects on the 14th of November. More details about the workshop here.   About Leanne Dunic: Leanne Dunic is a […]

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    Sophia Rhee
  • 10 August 2015 - 14 September 2015

Say hello to our current Artist-in-Residence, Sophia Rhee! Hailing from Chicago, Sophia is an artist whose earlier projects have included individual and collaborative works in sound and video. Past works have looked primarily at the body at work and it’s capacities to describe via skill. More recently, she has turned her attention to the accelerating […]

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    Eve Ng
  • 12 June 2015 - 10 July 2015

Meet Eve Ng, our latest Artist-in-Residence. Currently an assistant professor at Ohio University in the U.S. (jointly appointed in Media Arts and Studies and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies), her research examines formations of gender, sexuality, race, class, and nation in the domains of media and culture. In her current major project, Eve is interested […]

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    Eunu Lee
  • 30 December 2014 - 2 February 2015

Eunu Lee (b. 1982, Seoul, Korea) works and lives in Seoul, Korea. Her works focus on how objects are used in real life, rather than on abstract concept of objects. Conventional usages of objects, such as manufacturing processes, are used as raw materials for her works. She recently held her solo exhibition The Manner of Objects […]

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