Working at Hospitalfield Now, 13 – 26 March 2017

A group of artists, designers, choreographers, composers and curators from the USA, Israel, Australia and the UK came together for our two week Interdisciplinary Residency.

Each individual brought an urgent project to work on and found workspace in the house and studios to progress their ideas. The group came together for meals and for discussions in the evenings. Discussion guests to this residency included Jude Barber, who was one of the selectors. Barber prompted a discussion about ‘private’ working and ‘public’ working, starting from the motif of the gallery as a place between these two. As Architect-Director at Collective Architecture she referred to her practice as an architect as a public service. The residents also had a discussion evening with the artist, poet and publisher Alec Finlay who introduced his current projects and started a conversation about what he called the HUMANDWOLF project.

 

The March Interdisciplinary Residents are:

Akiko Kobayashi, UK, Architecture

Conor Baird, UK, Visual Art & Performance

Fabiola Carranza, USA, Visual Art, Writing

Jane Morrow, Northern Ireland, Visual Art Curation, Professional Development

Kate V Robertson, UK, Sculpture, Installation

Ralph Pritchard, UK, Moving Image

Rebecca Brown, UK, Drawing – Solo Printmaking Place in Kinpurnie Print Studio

Sonia York-Price, Australia, Dance, Writing

Theophile Krosi-Doute, UK/France, Music (Composition) – Scottish Graduate School of Arts & Humanities Researcher in Residence 2017

Tomo Sone, Israel, Dance, Choreography

Victoria Evans, UK, Visual Art

More about the residents…

 

Images: Tomo Sone, Las Meninas, 2014; Fabiola Carranza, Plaza de Toros mural, detail, 2013.