Should you wish to join the Foundation’s inhabitation program, feel free to apply by sending the documents listed below to the Inhabitation’s e-mail address, as well as your full contact details.

• Project proposal
• Artist statement
• Artist CV
• Visual material
• List of works

Application deadlines

Due to the success of the programme, applications are closed until january 2020.

Please note that the applications are taken on a rolling basis so do not worry should you not receive an immediate response, the Foundation will review all applications in due time.

Project proposal
A 400-words proposal explaining what you intend to accomplish during your residency at the Boghossian Foundation. For example, this can be a series of works or methods to be explored during your time at the Foundation. We are interested in how having a residency at the Foundation will benefit your practice and are aware that projects change and evolve.

Artist CV
A résumé that details your artistic career: education, exhibitions, residencies, awards, etc. Résumés are a way to contextualize the work, an artist’s career point, publication, or exhibition history is not a determining factor in the attribution of this residency.

Artist statement
A 500-words statement directly related to the work sample submitted. Explain your clear artistic vision as it is exemplified in your work samples.

Visual material
10 images or 3 video’s labelled accordingly to your list of works.

List of works
Stating title, material, dimensions and date

Submit your application

Centre for art and dialogue between the cultures of the East and the West

The Inhabitation
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1050 Brussels