Artists in Residence 2019-2021
Venezia Contemporanea in cooperation with ScalaMata & La Storta Exhibition Spaces in Venice Italy, offered a fully and partially covered artist’s residency program for 2019-2021.
Artists are offered with housing in form of a private livable studio and a unique exhibition space with a large show window to the street, professional curatorial support, logistic assistance, networking and publicity on our social media channels and website. Furthermore we provide paid exhibition facilitation service, boat transport and crane by demand.
This year we received 96 submissions from artists from 27 countries: Australia, China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, France, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Macedonian, Montenegro, Myanmar, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, and the USA.
Our committee gave out three fully covered residencies and partially covered residencies. The selection criteria of the committee were based on the artists’ artistic merits, their artistic potential, and the stage of their artistic career.
The selected Artists: Krisztina Arláth & Akos Molnar and Meta Drcar, for the fully covered residency. Roisín McGuigan & Peter Hanan, Kevin Jon Benham, Federico Campanale, Fiona Crawford, Kristina – Marie Darling, Tammy Wofsey, Greta Magyar, Eirini Roumpi, for the partially covered residency.
Submission for partially covered residency is open all year around
The full list of the artists receiving the partially residency will be actualized in spring.
Former Artist in Residence
Laurine WAGNER Residency 22 to 28 June, 2021
For the first solo show of the artist Laurine WAGNER, Alice ANDRIEUX presents “Among waters” from June 22nd to 28th 2021 at the ScalaMata & La Storta in Venice.
Are you aware of the rising water levels ? Through video and sound installations or photographs, Laurine WAGNER proposes a memorial of anticipated memories. She combines art, science and society by leading a local and international reflection. Testimonies and observations rhythm the exhibition: which solutions are proposed to contain this phenomenon ? By working with people’s consciences and sensitivities, the artist invites us to reflect on the future and their involvement to help and preserve our nature : are you ready to migrate ?
Laurine WAGNER is a french artist and a researcher based in Paris & Strasbourg. She creates performances, video and sound installations that are both immersive and poetic. Currently, she is a Ph.D. student (Doctoral School 279: Plastic Arts, Aesthetics and Art Science (APESA)), attached to the research unit of the ACTE Institute (Arts – Creations – Theories – Aesthetics) at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Her thesis is about « Filming the world: a relay art to accompany profound changes » like environmental, social, and mental issues to question the beliefs, feelings, and experiences of each person.
LinkedIn: Laurine WAGNER
Alice ANDRIEUX is a french curator and critic. She works with a multidisciplinary approach mixing social sciences and visual arts. Her research has led her to focus on wounds and traumas and the way these subjects intrude on contemporary creations through concepts such as care and resilience. She co-curated the exhibition Effets secondaires at CEAAC (Centre Européen d’Actions Artistiques Contemporaines).
LinkedIn: Alice Andrieux
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15-21 June 2021 T42dance / Misato Inoue, Felix Dumeril
7-14 June 2021 Eirini Roumpi
Meta Drcar 1-7 June 2021
Kevin Jon Benham 18-31 May 2021
Diane Richey Ward
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