Gasworks programmes up to sixteen residencies each year, inviting emerging international artists to work alongside a community of nine London-based peers for three months. Residencies are non-prescriptive and process-based and focus on enabling artists to research and develop new work on their own terms in a supportive environment. Made public through events and Open Studios, these opportunities encourage interaction and dialogue between international artists and audiences in London.
Artist and singer Jamie Crewe uses objects, moving image, print, installation and publication to make diverse works which inform each other. These often stage confrontations between disparate references. More
Working across sculpture, performance, publications and culinary arts, Karolina Brzuzan’s practice explores the mechanisms governing our social life, from the basis of individual ... More
Jackie Karuti works with video, drawing, painting, installation and performance to explore themes of death, sexuality, identity and urban culture. More
Formally trained as an animator, Priyesh Trivedi’s paintings and illustrations examine and invert accepted codes of behaviour and societal norms, promoted to youth ... More
Employing a multi-disciplinary approach, Sriwhana Spong explores the fertile margins where things meet, playing in the crevices of culturally inscribed boundaries through the exploration of various mediums such as film, writing, performance, dance and sculpture and the conversations which emerge between them. More
Tamara Van San works with materials such as clay, synthetic gypsum and fiberglass. Considering her sculptural work as an expression of identity, she emphasises the importance of the sculptural act, allowing her practice to be led by the possibilities and limitations of the materials she uses. More
This opportunity will enable an emerging Swiss or Switzerland-based artist to undertake a fully-funded residency at Gasworks in London from 9 January – 27 March 2017 (11 weeks).
Residency opportunity - Nine Elms on the South Bank and Tate Exchange in partnership with Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall, Gasworks and Pump House Gallery More
Barbora Kleinhamplová’s work is rooted in the relationship between contemporary political and economic ... More
Working across sculpture, installation and site-specific interventions, Engel Leonardo addresses issues related to ... More
Heaven Baek’s practice explores how people work, gather and play in various situations ... More
David Mutiloa explores the legacy of postmodernism and how art, design and the ... More