Artemis Projects are passionate about supporting art making and art thinking and have established an art residency in Zagreb, Croatia. A collaboration between Artemis Projects and cultural organisations in Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, and Australia this artist-in-residence program is open to visual, performance, video and sound artists, as well as to curators, writers, and researchers. 2019 ARTEMIS PROJECTS ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
Sydney based artist Julia Bavyka is bringing her ongoing project Mladen Stilinović Study Centreto the Croatian audience. Working collaboratively with Australian-Croatian curator Ira Ferris, Bavyka will create the 4th iteration of the project under the theme 'Lost Rest'.
Image courtesy Sister Gallery, Adelaide
The project will employ some of Stilinović’s key ideas and methodologies - such as language and ideology, labour and laziness, artist’s role in the community, etc. - while also acting as an ‘alternative archive’ (a community - rather than institutional - revisiting of the late artist’s work). The project will be presented in June at Galerija VN, and will involve a series of Public Programs (Active Afternoons) with Croatian thinkers, artists, scholars, and local community.
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In 2018 Artemis Projects have teamed up with Deborah Hustic from RADIONA Zagreb to offer art residency to MITCH ALTMAN, a San Francisco-based hacker and inventor. He is a co-founder of <Noisebridge> and is best known for inventing TV-B-Gone. Altman’s residency took place March to May 2018.
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Other residency opportunities will be advertised shortly.