Language:
English, Dutch, French
Duration:
4 weeks
Paid by host:

• return travel costs from/to European place of residency (up to €1000)
• mobility grant for local travel during the residency (up to €500)
• per diem of €35 per day (up to 4 weeks)
• production budget for presentation moment (up to €2000)
• rent, utilities, internet connection (no landline phone or computer provided)
• use of bicycle.

Paid by artist:

• personal travel and liability insurances
• administrative costs (visa, special permits)
• salary replacement costs
• childcare costs
• expenses resulting from lasting modifications to the house in case of dis/abilities or impairments.

The FABA Artist Residency and Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens endeavor to accommodate any special needs.

Application guidelines:

Candidates are invited to send the following in PDF format, preferably in English (Dutch or French are accepted too) via email or WeTransfer to residencies[a]museumdd.be:

• cover letter (max. 1 A4 recto, no images) with reference to format of public moment
• personal statement (max. 800 words, no images) on how the residency would benefit the applicant’s practice
• CV (max. 3 pages recto, no images)
• portfolio (images, installation views, video stills – max. 5 pages recto; if video or audio, no more than 5 MB file).

The selection process has no application fee and is done without an interview. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.

Deadline:
Deadline:
Annual open call
AIR tags:
Environment, Isolation & retreat, Research
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Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens

Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens

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Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens is an internationally regarded museum of contemporary and modern art. The Museum is part of the Stichting Mevrouw Jules Dhondt-Dhaenens, a private Flemish foundation established in Deurle in 1967 by Jules and Irma Dhondt-Dhaenens. The Foundation upholds the Dhondt-Dhaenens’ vision to make their art collection, as well as culture more broadly, accessible to diverse audiences in Flanders, Belgium and internationally. Alongside Museum Dhondt- Dhaenens, the Stichting encompasses two associated sites, the Wunderkammer and Woning Van Wassenhove.

Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens announces two new funded residencies at the Woning
Van Wassenhove, a landmark modernist building designed by the Flemish architect Juliaan Lampens in Sint-Martens-Latem, near Ghent, Belgium.

The two residencies will each allow one Europe-based candidate of any nationality to stay in the Woning Van Wassenhove for up to 4 consecutive weeks between S September and December 2021. Since the Woning is a single person heritage house, the emphasis is primarily on reflection and research, although production that respects the integrity of the house is possible. How applicants choose to take advantage of their stay in the Woning Van Wassenhove is open, so long as the occupation of the house, its locality and architectural identity, are put to productive
use.

FABA Artist Residency
Aimed at practicing artists in any creative field. Applicants should have taken part in at least 1 solo and 1 group exhibition in public institutions by the time of applying. The FABA Artist Residency jury is composed of Catherine de Zegher (curator and writer), Caroline Dumalin (director, AAIR Antwerp), Gwenvael Launay (FABA Foundation), Laurens Otto (curator, MDD) and Danielle van Zuijlen (artistic coordinator, Kunsthal Gent).

Art & Architecture Residency
Aimed at practitioners in any creative discipline whose work is situated at the intersection of art and architecture. Applicants should be able to demonstrate in their practice a multi-year commitment to exploring the interface between art and architecture. The Art & Architecture Residency jury is composed of Sofie De Caigny (director, Flanders Architecture Institute, Antwerp), Thomas Lerooy (artist), Laurens Otto (curator, MDD), Jo Van Den Berghe (architect and professor, KU Leuven), Adinda Van Geystelen (artistic director, Z33, Hasselt) and Meruro Washida (director, Towada Art Center).

Outcome

The resident is expected to organize a public-facing output at the Woning Van Wassenhove or Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, either at the end of their stay or later, showcasing aspects of their practice in relation to the residency.

Studio Information

Studio space and materials are not provided, and as a protected heritage property the Woning Van Wassenhove is not conducive to activities that may cause residential disturbance, damage or leave traces.Since the Woning is a single person heritage house, the emphasis is primarily on reflection and research, although production that respects the integrity of the house is possible.

Accommodation Information

Woning Van Wassenhove is a single person heritage house with one bedroom, kitchen, desk, bathroom and small garden with terrace. All living areas overlap, with no separate rooms, into one open space.

Contact information
Addresses

Brakelstraat 50
9830 Sint-Martens-Latem
Belgium

Email
residencies [at] museumdd.be