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International Art Residency Beijing
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The International Art Residency Beijing, operated by the Where Where Art Space, welcomes innovative and explorative artistic projects that intersect with the dynamic contemporary artistic community in China. The residency operates as a research and production facility for international artistic communities. IARB brings artists in contact with the cultural networks in Beijing, establishing a range of professional contacts that are tailored to each residency project. We work with just one resident artist through each session. This unique residency program acts a dynamic link for individuals who want to create their artistic projects within the rapidly changing and expanding landscape of contemporary Chinese art. Our objective is to provide a facility for artists to fully develop their projects with all of the necessary support to create engaging new work.

Residency Outline and Application Details
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Recent Selected Residents


Judy Ross 2011 09-11

Judy Ross was born in 1978 and received her Meisterschülerfrom the College of Fine Arts in Berlin, Germany in 2006. Her artistic work is related to theater: the telling of fragmented stories in time and space to explore human error combined with humor. She works with a variety of media including language (written and spoken), illustration, photography, sculpture, performance and video, all of which are combined in various types of installations. Her work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions across Germany, Great Britain, Denmark, New Zealand, China and Canada. She has worked as guest lecturer at universities in Germany, Macedonia and China, and has been the recipient of several grants from both Federal and Civic Governments in Germany. Judy Ross lives and works in Berlin.

 

www.zoomwerkstatt.de/judy_ross/trailer_2.html

Joseph DeLappe  2011 06-07

Joseph DeLappe is a Professor of the Department of Art at the University of Nevada where  he directs the Digital Media program. Working with electronic and new media since 1983, his work in online gaming performance and electromechanical installation have been shown throughout the United States and abroad - including exhibitions and performances in Australia, the United Kingdom, China, Germany, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands and Canada. He also directs the iraqimemorial.org project, an ongoing web based exhibition and open call for proposed memorials to the many thousand of civilian casualties from the war in Iraq.  He has lectured throughout the world regarding his work, including most recently at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. He has been interviewed on CNN, NPR, CBC, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and on The Rachel Maddow Show on Air America Radio.  His works have been featured in the New York Times, The Australian Morning Herald, Artweek, Art in American and in the 2010 book from Routledge entitled Joystick Soldiers The Politics of Play in Military Video Game.

www.delappe.net


Alex Livingston  2010 10 - 11

Alex Livingston was born in Kingston, Ontario and currently lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He received a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1983 and an MA Fine Arts from the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, England 1995.

Alex Livingston has exhibited his paintings in numerous group and solo exhibitions across Canada.  He has also exhibited in the United States, England, Germany, and South Korea. A visiting artist and panelist in various university and gallery settings, he is presently Professor of Fine Arts at NSCAD University (Nova Scotia College of Art and Design). He has received grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and the government of Nova Scotia, and his work is in private, corporate and public collections. His work is represented in Halifax by Studio 21.

www.alexlivingston.ca




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