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Contemporary Artist Residencies – Reclaiming Time and Space

Elfving Taru, Kokko Irmeli, Gielen Pascal

Artist residencies provide space, time, and concentration for making art, doing research and for reflection. Residencies are crucial nodes in international circulation and career development, but also invaluable infrastructures for critical thinking and artistic experimentation, cross-cultural collaboration, interdisciplinary knowledge production, and site-specific research. The globalization process and the demands of the creative economy have had an impact on artist residencies. Ecological and geopolitical urgencies are now affecting them more and more. In response, many residencies today actively search for more sustainable alternatives than the current neoliberal condition allows for artistic practices. With a range of critical insights from artists, theorists and residency facilitators, this book asks what the present role of the residency is in relation to artists and the art ecosystem. With contributions by: Livia Alexander, Nathalie Anglès, Helmut Batista, Taru Elfving, Pascal Gielen, Francisco Guevara, Maria Hirvi-Ijäs, Jean-Baptiste Joly, Patricia Jozef, Irmeli Kokko, Donna Lynas, Antti Majava, Vytautas Michelkevičius Nina Möntmann, Marita Muukkonen, Jenni Nurmenniemi, Bojana Panevska, Alan Quireyns, Florian Schneider and Ivor Stodolsky. Antennae-Arts in Society Series n°27 by Valiz, Amsterdam. With the support of: The Academy of Fine Arts at the University of the Arts Helsinki, Frame Contemporary Art Finland, Kone Foundation, Saastamoisen säätiö.     Keywords Art & Ecology Artistic practice Mobility Globalization      

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