Residencies are assigned through open calls and invitations.
Flat Time House (FTHo) was the studio home of John Latham (1921-2006), recognised as one of the most significant and influential British post-war artists. In 2003, Latham declared the house a living sculpture naming it FTHo after his theory of time, "Flat Time". Until his death, John Latham opened his door to anyone interested in thinking about art. It is in this spirit that Flat Time House opened in 2008 as an archive, artist's residency space and gallery with a programme of exhibitions and events exploring the artist's practice, his theoretical ideas and their continued relevance.
FTHo offers a rare and valuable opportunity: a place to live, work and engage with the public while being closely supported by the curatorial and education staff. Living and working in the house-sculpture fosters experimentation by allowing a long-term engagement, often resulting in significant site specific work, as well as enabling the public to see the work of an artist who would not normally show in the capital.