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.
Heaven Baek’s practice explores how people work, gather and play in various situations or during particular occasions, forming groups and outlining territories. For ... More
Barbora Kleinhamplová’s work is rooted in the relationship between contemporary political and economic institutions and the various public they serve. She often collaborates ... More
Working across sculpture, installation and site-specific interventions, Engel Leonardo addresses issues related to climate, nature, traditional crafts, architecture and popular culture of the ... More
David Mutiloa explores the legacy of postmodernism and how art, design and the market began to converge during the 1970s and 80s. Through ... More
Drop by and get to know the visiting artists at this free event offering London audiences a unique opportunity to see, hear about and discuss the research and work-in-progress that they have been developing over the past three months.
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
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
This opportunity will enable an Argentine artist under the age of 40, based in Argentina to undertake a fully funded, three-month (11 weeks) residency at Gasworks, London, from 16 January to 3 April 2017. This residency is part of an exchange programme developed in partnership with URRA, Argentina – who will host a UK-based artist in Buenos Aires from October to December 2016 – and arteBA Foundation, Argentina. More
This opportunity will enable artists based in the United Kingdom to undertake a fully funded, three-month (11 weeks) residency at URRA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 1 October – 20 December 2016. This residency is part of an exchange programme developed in partnership with Gasworks, London – who will host an Argentine artist from January to March 2017 – and arteBA Foundation, Argentina. More
Working with video, sound and installation, Martha Atienza explores her direct environment from ... More
Nicolás Gullotta creates performative works that interrogate the site in which they are ... More
Working across moving image and installation, Mariana Silva’s research and practice are rooted ... More
Ramaya Tegegne’s installations, videos, performances and publications interrogate the established narratives of art ... More