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Teppei Yamada

We’re very happy to welcome Japanese artist Teppei Yamada, who is here as part of our first exchange with Akiyoshidai International Art Village (AIAV). ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Having been an actor from the age of three through his adolescence, Teppei’s sixteen years in that practice would condition him to navigate the world through playing different roles. These […]

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Nathan Beard

We’re pleased to welcome Australian artist Nathan Beard, who is here on residency with us as part of our partnership with Artsource. Nathan is an interdisciplinary artist with a focus on photography, sculpture and textiles, and whose practice unpacks the influences of culture, memory and biography. Drawing upon his Thai-Australian heritage, his work uses creative […]

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Wu Chi-Yu

We’re pleased to welcome Taiwanese artist Wu Chi-Yu, who is here on residency with us, as part of the AIR Taipei Residency Exchange with Grey Projects (http://www.artistvillage.org/)! Chi-Yu’s practice revolves around the moving image and looking for contemporary narratives in lost memory through the reproduction of myths and oral history. He has explored installations, video […]

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Chris Yeo

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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Dan Gladden

We’re pleased to welcome Australian artist Dan Gladden, who is here on residency with us, as part of our partnership with Artsource (www.artsource.net.au)! Dan’s art practice has developed as an exploratory combination of painting and drawing, investigating the construction of masculine identity through media representations of the male form and their influence on male sexuality […]

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Felix Kalmenson

Felix is a Russian-born Toronto-based artist, with a practice in installation, video, and performance. During his two-month residency in Singapore, he will be researching on the colonial history of Gutta Percha, a plant that was essential for the manufacturing of submarine telegraph cables, which formed the logistical backbone of the British colonial empire.

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Theresa Wong

This August, we are pleased to welcome studio writer-in-residence Theresa Wong. Theresa is interested in nature-society relations, especially deconstructive approaches to rethinking taken-for-granted conceptions of “natural” spaces and phenomena – river basins, productive forests, and ‘haze’. During her residency, Theresa will be reworking a non-fiction manuscript about the making of the Mekong river basin as […]

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Vanessa Lim

We’re pleased to welcome our latest studio artist-in-residence, Vanessa Lim. During her month-long residency here, she’ll be making use of our studio to develop her research on marine structures and coastal management systems, as well as expand on a series of sculptural works that were exhibited at OH! Open House Holland Village earlier this year. […]

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Lucinda Strahan

Lucinda Strahan is a writer, researcher and teacher with an ongoing interest in nonfiction writing, visual languages and hybrid forms. During her residency at Grey Projects, Lucinda will be working on an experimental literary-visual autobiography about anxiety, writing and the body that falls in between the categories of essay, poetry and portraiture.

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Ni Hao

We’re pleased to welcome Ni Hao, our latest artist-in-residence who is here as part of our residency exchange with AIR Taipei. In his works, Hao pursues and articulates the contradictions of power dynamics, hierarchal structures, and cycles and systems that overlap one another. Through his research, Hao traces and maps acts of violence, or the […]

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