June 3, 2024

Marialaura Ghidini, Visiting Research Fellowship 2021

Marialaura Ghidini, professor and course leader of the MA Curatorial Practices at Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore (India), is undertaking a research fellowship entitled ‘Curating on the Web’. Starting from an historical mapping of curatorial strategies on the web, the research project focuses on curatorial work that subverts the assumptions and […]

Jorge Menna Barreto, 2019/2020, in partnership with Liverpool Biennial

Jorge Menna Barreto, artist and scholar based at the State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Postdoc Fellowship at Exhibition Research Lab 2019/2020, in partnership with Liverpool Biennial. Throughout his practice, Barreto has let specific sites determine what he will build, and more recently, what he will eat. Interested in agroforestry, land art, site-specificity, plant-based food […]

Rosa Johan Uddoh, Liverpool Biennial Fellowship 2018/2019

Rosa Johan Uddoh is the first artist to receive the Liverpool Biennial Fellowship founded by Liverpool John Moores University. Celebrating 20 years of the Biennial in 2018, the fellowship has been created to recognise and support the work of emerging artists; this year awarded to an artist exhibiting in Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2018. The year-long fellowship […]

The Serving Library, 2017/2018

The Serving Library is an artist-run non-profit organization founded in 2011 to develop a shared toolkit for artist-centered education and discourse through related activities of publishing and collecting. It comprises a biannual journal (Bulletins of The Serving Library) published both online and in print, an archive of framed objects on permanent display, and a public program of […]

James Charlton, 2016/2017

James Charlton, artist and researcher; doctoral research residency to develop and present his project Catch|Bounce. Towards a relational ontology of the digital in art practice.  Catch|Bounce proposes a radical rethinking of ‘the digital’ as a term defined solely by entrenched computational narratives. Building on New Zealand Post-Object Art practices of the late 1960’s the research […]