2022 - Present
Virtual Artist Residency
Gabriella Torres-Ferrer Untitled (Colonial Emblem 02), 2022. Pineapples, live cryptocurrency displays. Overall dimensions vary with installation, ideal overall dimensions: ~ 30 x 50 x 17 cm.
Over the course of Private Practice Residency, artists have the opportunity to engage with some of the world’s foremost experts in digital privacy from cryptographers to activists. The residency currently lasts four months with a $2500/month stipend.
○ 25 years old
○ Working artist(s) with at least 3 years of professional artistic practice actively exhibiting work
○ Visual artists working in all mediums
○ Applicant may not be a full-time student
This residency is virtual due to the Covid-19 pandemic
Neïl Beloufa (b. 1985, Paris) His artistic research focuses on contemporary society and on how it is represented and mediated by digital interaction, often with the aim of exposing the control mechanisms. He addresses present-day issues that range from power relationships to digital surveillance, to data collection and nationalistic ideologies, to identity and a post-colonial understanding of the world.
(b. Vilnius, Lithuania 1987) is an artist and filmmaker. Working between documentary and the imaginary, Škarnulytė makes films and immersive installations exploring deep time and invisible structures, from the cosmic and geologic to the ecological and political.
The right to privacy is the right to solace, to reflection, to expression; it is the right to association and movement without intrusion or intimidation. Privacy is essential to the autonomy and dignity required to make art and participate in the cultural life of a free society.
Close up of “Odd.er (Print)” artwork by Jesse Katabarwa. A modular referential print piece of 55 individual sheets.Photography by Sabrina Jolicoeur