29 August, opening Marko Stojanović: UNEARTHED

29 August, opening Marko Stojanović: UNEARTHED

Marko Stojanović: Unearthing

Opening 29.08-2019

19-21,30h

@Marko Stojanović, UNEARTHED; Barcelona, 2019

 

UNEARTHED

All homes in the world are interconnected through an electrical grid.This earthed system makes our appliances work: turning on and off, batteries charging, electrical shutters closing, alarms and microwaves beeping, shavers buzzing, lights flickering, air conditioners whooshing, refrigerators gurgling.

The wellbeing we enjoy comes into question whenever we notice an unusual act, an intervention such as a wallpaper print that simulates an open space, used as a mere decoration of a closed one.

In these eclectic moments, it appears to us that humanity, more than ever, needs earthing.

Marko Stojanović is the artist in residence at Homesession during July and August 2019, as part of the Exchange program with Belgrade Air (Serbia)

Marko Stojanović (1982) graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. He held solo exhibitions in DeStil Tirana, Albania (2018), DOB Gallery, Belgrade (2016), Cultural Center Novi Sad (2016), U10 Art Space, Beograd (2016), Kino Šiška, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2011), Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia (2007), Academy of Art Jalapa, University of Veracruz, Mexico (2007), Remont Gallery, Beograd (2006), etc. He was a participant of the 48th October Salon in Belgrade;Terminal00, Ljubljana; Grifon, Graphic Collective, Belgrade; BJCEM, Bari; Micronaratives, Musée Art Moderne, Saint-Etienne; Giovani Artisti Serbi, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Palazzo Forti, Verona; Second hand, Cvijeta Zuzorić Pavillion, Belgrade etc.His work is part of collections of the City of Belgrade, Telenor Foundation, Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje, Lasalle-Sia College of the Arts Singapore and many others. For the last couple of years he is on a permanent travel. Officially, he lives in Belgrade.

With the collaboration of Belgrade Air (Serbia)


www.markostojan.com
www.instagram.com/markostojan

 

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29 August, opening Marko Stojanović: UNEARTHED

29 August, opening Marko Stojanović: UNEARTHED

Marko Stojanović: UNEARTHED

Opening 29.08-2019

19-21,30h

@Marko Stojanović, UNEARTHED; Barcelona, 2019

 

UNEARTHED

All homes in the world are interconnected through an electrical grid.This earthed system makes our appliances work: turning on and off, batteries charging, electrical shutters closing, alarms and microwaves beeping, shavers buzzing, lights flickering, air conditioners whooshing, refrigerators gurgling.

The wellbeing we enjoy comes into question whenever we notice an unusual act, an intervention such as a wallpaper print that simulates an open space, used as a mere decoration of a closed one.

In these eclectic moments, it appears to us that humanity, more than ever, needs earthing.

Marko Stojanović is the artist in residence at Homesession during July and August 2019, as part of the Exchange program with Belgrade Air (Serbia)

Marko Stojanović (1982) graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. He held solo exhibitions in DeStil Tirana, Albania (2018), DOB Gallery, Belgrade (2016), Cultural Center Novi Sad (2016), U10 Art Space, Beograd (2016), Kino Šiška, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2011), Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia (2007), Academy of Art Jalapa, University of Veracruz, Mexico (2007), Remont Gallery, Beograd (2006), etc. He was a participant of the 48th October Salon in Belgrade;Terminal00, Ljubljana; Grifon, Graphic Collective, Belgrade; BJCEM, Bari; Micronaratives, Musée Art Moderne, Saint-Etienne; Giovani Artisti Serbi, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Palazzo Forti, Verona; Second hand, Cvijeta Zuzorić Pavillion, Belgrade etc.His work is part of collections of the City of Belgrade, Telenor Foundation, Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje, Lasalle-Sia College of the Arts Singapore and many others. For the last couple of years he is on a permanent travel. Officially, he lives in Belgrade.

With the collaboration of Belgrade Air (Serbia)


www.markostojan.com
www.instagram.com/markostojan

 

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Shu-Jung CHAO, artist in residency during September and October

Shu-Jung CHAO, artist in residency during September and October

Shu-Jung CHAO is the winning artist of the Open Call published by Cultural Office of Ministry of  Taiwan to realize a residency in Homesession during September and October 2019.

 

Shu-Jung CHAO (Taipei, 1982)  is an interdisciplinary artist.
Her works focus on the ideas behind fundamental human experiences such as memory, travelling/time travel, culture/language and aspects of consciousness, as well as “globalization” issues in the public sphere.
Shu-Jung grew up in Taipei, Taiwan. After long residence in France, she evolved a lifetime ambition to the video, new media, multimedia and contemporary art. In 2009, Shu-Jung graduated from Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Art de Bourges with a Master’s degree in Fine Arts. In 2011-12, she participated in the Post-graduate programme at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure
des Arts Décoratif de Paris. In addition to participating in several international art festivals and exhibitions (in France, Germany, USA, Singapore and China), Shu-Jung is the only Taiwanese artist whose work was selected by the French- German Arts and Culture TV (ARTE Video Night), broadcast on ARTE, the Cinematheque of Toulouse, the Digital Culture Art Center in Paris (La Gaîté Lyrique ) and the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. In 2017, her first solo exhibition in Japan Sound! Soundings!! was broadcast on NHK and RSK TV. In 2011, she was selected for Taiwan’s Emerging Artists by the Ministry of Culture (Made in Taiwan – Young Artist Discovery).

Several of her works have also been added to the collection of the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts and ArtBank, supported by the Ministry of Culture.
http://shujung.tumblr.com/
https://vimeo.com/user4470927/videos

 

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Azahara Cerezo, ganadora de la Beca Exchange art3 2019

Azahara Cerezo, ganadora de la Beca Exchange art3 2019

Azahara Cerezo es la artista ganadora de la beca Exchange para realizar una residencia artistica de art3 (Valence, France) durante octubre y noviembre 2019.

El programa de intercambio Exchange de Homesession cuenta con la colaboración de Art3 (Francia) y del Institut Ramon Llul.

Azahara Cerezo (Girona, 1988). Vive y trabaja entre París y Girona. Ha sido residente en Villa Belleville (París), Colegio de España (París), Casa de Velázquez (Madrid, intercambio con Hangar, Barcelona), Hangar (Barcelona) y 1646 (La Haya, Holanda), entre otros. Su trabajo se ha presentado de forma individual recientemente en MAL (Sevilla) bajo el título “Y en ese claroscuro surgen los monstruos”. Ha participado en exposiciones colectivas como “Un món paral·lel” en Arts Santa Mònica (Barcelona), “We are as Gods…” en Nieuwe Vide (Haarlem, Holanda), “Provincia 53” en MUSAC (León) y CDAN (Huesca), “Intervalo” en Casa Hoffmann (Bogotá, Colombia) o “Especies de Espacios” en MACBA (Barcelona).

http://www.azaharacerezo.com

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Marko Stojanović, from Belgrade AIR, resident during July and August 2019

Marko Stojanović, from Belgrade AIR, resident during July and August 2019

Marko Stojanović is the artist in residence at Homesession during July and August 2019, as part of the Exchange program with Belgrade Air (Serbia)

Marko Stojanović (1982) graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. He held solo exhibitions in DeStil Tirana, Albania (2018), DOB Gallery, Belgrade (2016), Cultural Center Novi Sad (2016), U10 Art Space, Beograd (2016), Kino Šiška, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2011), Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia (2007), Academy of Art Jalapa, University of Veracruz, Mexico (2007), Remont Gallery, Beograd (2006), etc. He was a participant of the 48th October Salon in Belgrade; Terminal00, Ljubljana; Grifon, Graphic Collective, Belgrade; BJCEM, Bari; Micronaratives, Musée Art Moderne, Saint-Etienne; Giovani Artisti Serbi, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Palazzo Forti, Verona; Second hand, Cvijeta Zuzorić Pavillion, Belgrade etc.His work is part of collections of the City of Belgrade, Telenor Foundation, Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje, Lasalle-Sia College of the Arts Singapore and many others. For the last couple of years he is on a permanent travel. Officially, he lives in Belgrade.


www.markostojan.com
www.instagram.com/markostojan

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María José Ribas, ganadora de la beca Exchange en Belgrado

María José Ribas, ganadora de la beca Exchange en Belgrado

María José Ribas, es la ganadora de la Beca Exchange para realizar una residencia artística en Belgrade AIR durante los meses de octubre y noviembre 2019.
La beca, destinada a artistas visuales de las islas baleares,  cuenta con el apoyo del Institut Ramon Llull y la colaboracón del centro Belgrade AIR de Serbia.

María José Ribas, licenciada en Bellas Artes por la Universidad de Barcelona (2006), erasmus en Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach, Frankfurt (2005), Postgrado en Diseño, Arte y Sociedad, Elisava Barcelona (2008), Máster en Producciones Artísticas e Investigación, Universidad de Barcelona (2010). Desde 2003 he participado en exposiciones y proyectos colectivos en espacios públicos y privados en España, Portugal, Alemania, Bulgaria o Reino Unido. He obtenido numerosas becas y residencias en centros de producción artística. Mi trabajo explora los límites de intersección entre disciplinas y las posibilidades de comunicación basadas en el lenguaje visual.

Llicenciada en Belles Arts per la Universitat de Barcelona (2006), Erasmus en Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach, Frankfurt (2005), Postgrau en Disseny, Art i Societat, Elisava Barcelona (2008), Màster en Produccions Artístiques i Recerca, Universitat de Barcelona (2010). Des de 2003 he participat a exposicions i projectes col·lectius en espais públics i privats d’Espanya, Portugal, Alemanya, Bulgària o el Regne Unit. He obtingut nombroses beques i residències a centres de producció artística. El meu treball explora els límits d’intersecció entre disciplines i les possibilitats de comunicació basades en el llenguatge visual.

Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Barcelona University (2006), Erasmus in the Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach, Frankfurt, Postgraduate in Design, Art, and Society, Elisava University, Barcelona (2008), Master in Artistic Productions and Research, Barcelona University (2010). Since 2003 she have participated in group projects and exhibitions in Spain, Portugal, Germany, Netherlands, Bulgaria or Great Britain. Developing international grants and residencies. Always interested in the intersection of disciplines and exploring the possibilities of communication and visual language.

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Open Call para artistas Baleares: Residencia in Belgrado (Serbia)

Open Call para artistas Baleares: Residencia in Belgrado (Serbia)

@Juan David Galindo, NOWhere or in the middle of the ocean, Kvaka 22, Belgrado

 

Homesession, con la colaboración del Institut Ramon Llul, lanza una convocatoria dirigidas a artistas Baleares (o residentes en las Islas Baleares) de maximo 40 años, para la realización de una residencia artística en Belgrade Air Project, Belgrado (Serbia).

La convocatoria se enmarca en un intercambio entre Belgrade Air Project  y Homesession  y tiene como objetivo impulsar la movilidad de artistas y promover el conocimiento y la interacción entre los agentes del sector artístico de ambos contextos. Este nuevo programa de intercambio de Homesession ha empezado en 2018 con la residencia en Barcelona del artista serbio Stanko Gagrčin y de Juan David Galindo en Belgrado.

Open call Belgrado 2019

    • Fecha límite de envió de candidaturas: 20 de mayo de 2019.

    • Fallo del jurado: junio de 2019.

    • Duración de la residencia: 2 meses, octubre y noviembre de 2018.

 

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Open Call: Exchange Residency in art3 (Valence, Francia)

Open Call: Exchange Residency in art3 (Valence, Francia)

Homesession, con la colaboración del Institut Ramon Llull, lanza, una convocatoria dirigidas a artistas catalanes (o residentes en Cataluña) para la realización de una residencia artística en art3 (Valence, Francia)

 

@Joan Pallé,  A magnificent place to live, work, or commit suicide.  /art3 2018

La convocatoria se enmarca en un intercambio entre art3  y Homesession y tiene como objetivo impulsar la movilidad de artistas y promover el conocimiento y la interacción entre los agentes del sector artístico de ambos contextos. El programa de intercambio con art3 se inició en 2014, desde entonces han beneficiado del programa los artistas Lola Gonzàlez, Laura Llaneli, Julia Gorostidi, Mario Santamaría, Luke James, Benjamin Collet, Antonin Horquin, Joan Pallé y Adélaïde Feriot.

 

Bases convocatòria art3 2019

  • Fecha límite de envió de candidaturas: 11 de mayo de 2019.

  • Fallo del jurado 3 de junio de 2019.

  • Duración de la residencia: 2 meses, octubre y noviembre de 2018.

El o la artista seleccionadx en esta convocatoria presentará su trabajo o investigación en art3 Valence en formato expositivo.

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4_4_2019 Kay Schuttel, Stand by (Durational live performance)

4_4_2019 Kay Schuttel, Stand by (Durational live performance)

Kay Schuttel: Stand by

Durational live performance                                        

Homesession, April 4th 19h – 20h

stand by – definition and synonyms
1

[INTRANSITIVE] [OFTEN PROGRESSIVE] to be ready to do something

 
2
[INTRANSITIVE] to not take action when you should
 

Kay Schuttel (1985) is an Amsterdam-based artist whose work explores the evolution of corporeal vocabularies and the intersection between choreography and visual art. Schuttel has recently exhibited her work in DITS Gallery, Amsterdam (NL), Spazio Fico, Milan (IT), Viafarini, Milan (IT) and Vermont Studio Center, Vermont (US). Upcoming show at the Festival del Silenzio, Milan (IT), Residency in Homesession, Barcelona (ES) and Residency in Cripta747, Turin (IT). She is a tutor at the Design Academy Eindhoven (DAE), where she is currently head of an Elective in Time-based media.

www.kayschuttel.com

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Kay Schuttel, artist in residence during March and April 2019

Kay Schuttel, artist in residence during March and April 2019

Kay Schuttel is the artist in residence in Homesession during March and April 2019

 

Kay Schuttel (1985) is an Amsterdam-based artist whose work explores the evolution of corporeal vocabularies and the intersection between choreography and visual art. Schuttel has recently exhibited her work in DITS Gallery, Amsterdam (NL), Spazio Fico, Milan (IT), Viafarini, Milan (IT) and Vermont Studio Center, Vermont (US). Upcoming show at the Festival del Silenzio, Milan (IT), Residency in Homesession, Barcelona (ES) and Residency in Cripta747, Turin (IT). She is a tutor at the Design Academy Eindhoven (DAE), where she is currently head of an Elective in Time-based media.

www.kayschuttel.com

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