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