The residency program is run as a sustainable program. Resident artists need to pay a residency fee total of 8800CNY per artist for every 1 month (30 days) stay, which is to meet the minimum cost of running the residency program. The Residency Program does not carry any funding or sponsorship program yet, so they encourage artists to manage the scholarship application, grants or financial support in their home countries during the application period. Untitled Space will provide the necessary documentation to the selected applicant that so requires.
Resident artist is responsible for their transportation, food, art material, and other living expenses.
Untitled Space AiR encourages both young artists to continue their practice upon graduation and practicing artists to be inspired. Untitled Space AiR aims at providing an ideal creative and living environment for all artists. Open to all contemporary artists throughout the year, during the residency, artists are encouraged to create a new body of work, engage in conversation with artists from China and around the world.
Untitled Space AiR provides private bedrooms for selected artists with a queen size or super single size bed and air conditioner (warm and cold), a desk and chair, an open closet. Artists are free to use the kitchen, laundry (washing machine and dryer), rooftop garden, and other common space.
Untitled Space AiR will provide a semi-sharing studio, each resident artist has their own working space. There is a wide variety of tools/equipment available for resident artists. Such as easel, tripod, lighting gear, projector, monitor, speakers, electric kiln and etc.
Library, darkroom, printmaking facilities, ceramics facilities, bicycles, color printer, projector, DSLR, 3D printer, drone.
Untitled Space AiR is located in an ancient water town - Zhujiajiao, that was established about 1,700 years ago. From Zhujiajiao to the downtown is about 40mins by metro, and the walk from the residency space to Zhujiajiao metro station is about 15 mins. Zhujiajiao is one of the largest artist community in Shanghai with over 100 artists living there. Convenience stores, restaurants, bars, tea houses, cinema, and other art spaces all within the same compound.
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