Inhabitation is the Boghossian Foundation’s residency program. Created by artistic director Asad Raza, it’s a hybrid residency and public presentation series that invites visual artists, choreographers, musicians, curators and writers to spend time together living and working on the grounds of the Villa Empain, using a studio space, editing facilities and even a recording studio which has been constructed in the Villa’s basement vault. Each participant is asked to devise a way of presenting their project-in-progress to the visitors of the Foundation. Inhabitation makes the Villa Empain a place of production and work as well as the display of “finished” pieces, in a way that is still porous to the visitor’s experience.